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December 02, 2012


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Hettienne Grobler

Indeed, I do not know what it is but I cannot get enough! thank you for the energy that you put into these twelve days, visiting all participants and leaving meaningful comments!

Meri @ Meri's Musings

I, for one, am glad you have this obsession with Mary. It always gladdens my heart to see the diverse images of her.


This is awesome. Love your mother Mary and all of the other examples of finding the sacred in the ordinary.

Nonnie aka Scrappy Grams

I not only love seeing the different images of our Blessed Mother, but my heart is gladdened by your descriptive words!
On my blog, I usually have little traffic when I offer photos of my parish church and the surrounding grounds. So I am thrilled to find an audience that you've introduced to me who appreciates the beauty of art in churches.

Sue Fox

"Goodness me Mary is it that time again?". x


What an interesting experience this is turning out to be for me. I'm very glad that I decided to participate and thank you for hosting it, Rebecca.


I find Mary one of the most amazing characters in the Christian Bible. She is strong, willful, and ahead of her time.

Dawn Elliott

I can't seem to get enough of her many thanks to you for giving us the opportunity to bask in these days of sweet indulgence!


This is totally beautiful. Yes, isnt it odd how she"appears" just anywhere and at random? Here, she appeared a couple of years ago on a window glass in huge rainbow colors on a two story building. They said it was from the sprinklers, but...ahem...the sprinklers dont reach two stories high. People came from miles away to view this image. It is gone now. I wonder what her message was.


well...I am posting postcards

have been dealing with computer woes and am a bit behind...and it's DEC already!


will happily go visit all the virgins

Forest Dream Weaver

Thanks for your lovely comment Rebecca.

Sweet dreams!


Love your words Rebecca, and I like the "burnt tortilla." :) Happy Sunday to you.

peggy gatto

I always love seeing the other marys!!!!!!!!
My piano teacher used to tell me it was a
MARY Christmas.

Magical Mystical Teacher

Mary of the Scorched Tortilla would be my favorite! :)

Magical Mystical Teacher

In fact, it has such a nice ring to it--"Mary of the Scorched Tortilla"--that I think a song is order!

Laurie Zuckerman

Cool, I like Peggy's comment, "Mary Christmas!!"
Good morning to all on this second day of December.
Looking forward to savoring each and every one of your Mary posts today.


My first day linking up. I look forward to everyones post - So many beautiful Marys. Thanks for doing this,



Beautiful post ~ lovely words and photos ~ so spiritual ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

PS ~ Have made a special page for Virgin a Day and will try my best to keep up ~ Such devotion here ~ ^_^


What a beautiful idea for a blogging event! Thank you for hosting it. I feel so honored to be participating.

Deb Taylor

Oh Holy Friend....I am here again....reaching back to my previous days spent with you

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