Back in January, I created a spread in my altered book showing my support for the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo located in Paris, after it sustained a brutal shooting that killed staff and police guarding the paper. You can see the original post here. Today I created a tag honoring Paris again. This time it is for all the people of Paris: those who gave their lives, those who are injured and/or fighting for their lives, and those who welcomed strangers into their homes in the middle of the crisis.
I don't really know any other way to show my support for those who have lost friends, neighbors, and loved ones, or to those who have opened their homes and hearts to injured strangers, other than to honor them with a tag in my empty tea cup.
My rubber stamp didn't exactly center on the white as I had hoped, but it just shows it's definitely hand made.
The polymer clay disks, celebrating Paris, are left over from a swap I was in years ago.
As I was putting the tag away, I realized I should show the disks were stamped on both sides.
I now raise my empty cup to the people of Paris and hope they understand how very much they are loved by the rest of the world. If only the growing number of zealots could stop fighting in the name of religion, put down their
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AEDM, and I created a link-up party, as well as a tag honoring and showing my compassion for the people of Paris, France.