Everyone has their own unique way of coping with these trying times......
I shared the changes to the out side a few days ago, and now I have the inside ready to share with you guys.
Hope you enjoy the tour......
If you missed the post sharing the outside of the Sanctuary.....here's a link to it,,,,,,http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2020/04/back-yard-sanctuary.html
It looks like we will be quarantined a few more weeks here at home.....so, I will be back to share more of our projects with you guys soon!
love that gate and the arrangement you have created oh so pretty and in this day and time really needed a serene place to share with our LordReplyDelete
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oh my gosh its just perfect* I love every single thing you did. I just may make my back yard cottage a prayer room nowReplyDelete
Just lovely Penny and I love the idea of a prayer room!ReplyDelete
Love this idea & how pretty your room is! Thanks so much for sharing this at the Craftastic Link Party and inspiring me to make a prayer space:)ReplyDelete
Your backyard is more than just a plot of grass. Love everything you have done...the prayer room is a true sanctuary.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I love the stained glass and all the crosses. May be my favorite "Penny thing" yet!ReplyDelete
Good morning Penny, Oh, I love your little mediation chapel. I love the Lord's Last supper statue. Is that a Llardo figurine? That is a jewel. Every inch in your little room is gorgeous and very peaceful. Everyone needs a room like that and maybe we wouldn't have all this sickness and abnormal behavior going on. I know we would all be a lot happier if we had a place like yours to stop and evaluate our lives.ReplyDelete
Your backyard is so peaceful and beautiful. May you and Mr H always be able to enjoy it together. Life is short. I am so thankful you share with all of us the important things in each day. Like the old saying "Stop and Smell the Roses".
Thank you so much. God bless all your efforts.
A cute and comfy and comforting space! I have shared my garden in 2 blog posts but so far, no she shed or prayer place in t. I do have an iron gazebo! I can pray throughout the garden as God is there, too.ReplyDelete
What a lovely place to pray and rest during these times!ReplyDelete
It blesses my heart to know you are a prayerful woman. Love what you did to make a special "Prayer Closet". God Bless.ReplyDelete
Penny, what a beautiful, peaceful prayer room you have created! It's absolutely lovely, and has so many wonderful components. Truly a sanctuary in these challenging times. Take care and stay well, and thank you so much for being a part of Hearth and Soul.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful sanctuary to sit and reflect. So many unique and beautiful crosses.ReplyDelete
What a lovely place. I think my blood pressure went down 10 points just scrolling through the pictures! Although I usually feel closer to God when among my few flowers, I know this space would just encourage prayer and meditation!ReplyDelete
I love this idea! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful space! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.ReplyDelete
I love this. I've been spending a lot of time in the garden praying too. Come over and see it featured, Penny. I hope you are well.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful prayer room, Penny!!! You two did a marvelous job making it share your faith. <3 Happy to feature your post at this week's Share Your Style #255, thank you!ReplyDelete
Hugs and hope NM opens up soon,
Penny, I think this is a darling re-purpose of you sweet tea room. Still a lovely place to take your tea but now it can offer a peaceful place to 'just be' also. Love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I'm delighted to be featuring your lovely prayer room at tonight's party and pinning too.
Wow Penny, this space is absolutely beautiful! I love all the stained glass pieces, churches, headboard benches, and the list goes on. How wonderful to have this sacred space during these challenging times.ReplyDelete
How beautiful. I have always wanted a small chapel in the forest part of our yard for prayer and meditation. Yours makes me more determined to get mine done.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely idea to turn your tea room into a prayer room, it is perfect!ReplyDelete