Monday, August 27, 2012

Zen Monday: #211

May your Zen Monday be a beautiful day. Please share your feelings (and of course your opinions) in the comments.

17 comments:

SH -ic said...

a lamb in a cage :))

John Sandel said...

Definitely. It is definitely a lamb in a cage. Exactly. This is fun!

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Excuse my ignorance, but what is 'a lamb in a cage'? never heard of that phrase....seriously...I did notice the spelling and thought maybe ...

Laurie said...

Candle in the wind...

Clifford Beshers said...

Zen meditation. Start your weekly search for beauty by finding the ugliest thing you have ever seen and sharing it. Collectively, you will only be able to go up from there.

Speedway said...

As it turns out, 'soler' is a Spanish word for 'occasional', so it would be appropriate for this little lamp, as it'd only be used once in a while. Then, there's the 'lamb in a cage'. I looked that up, too, and think the 'candle in the wind' comment works if the wind is a lion. All this is to get to my question: Is a candle in the wind what drunk guys do on a dare?

LOLfromPasa said...

John says, 'Wait for the sale.'

Jean Spitzer said...

And it comes in blue, too.

Bellis said...

We spell it "soler" so you can't get your money back when it doesn't work.

Patrizzi Intergarlictica said...

6.99 for that POS? Imported.

Patrizzi Intergarlictica said...

ohm

Ms M said...

For that price, it should include the "sunflower" (pictured on the right), to enhance the "soler" power.

A lamb in a cage -- a Soler Lamb. Sounds rather religious, doesn't it? The cult of the Soler Lamb.

Margaret said...

I got nothing.

Virginia said...

Solar lantern? With the threat of yet another hurricane, I"m thinking this might be a chic way to light my apt. when we lose power.

Crap, that wasn't a zen comment at all.
V

Petrea Burchard said...

Oh, hello hello! This has been an odd, good, weird day at my house and I think this has been an odd, good, weird Zen Monday as well, don't you? I laughed out loud at a lot of the comments and thank you, I needed to.

A huge branch (huge! maybe 28-30 inches in diameter) fell in a yard on our block today, barely missing two small children. Apparently this really happens in our current weather conditions. We were all a little freaked out.

Just thought I'd mention it. Be careful out there.

Speedway said...

Between the drought causing trees to shed their branches, have you been affected by the little earthquakes? I was working on another project, so only listening to news of clusters of tremors somewhere in CA.

Petrea Burchard said...

I have felt a couple of little tremors, Speedway, but John didn't notice them. They are strange things. I'll never get used to them, nor should I.