Set your flag out as a signal to your family or others at home that you’d like them to give you space and cut you some slack during your moon time. If they forget, wave your flag as a reminder! The flag stands about 12 1/2" high and features a cute pewter charm of an angel resting on a crescent moon hanging from red and silvery glass beads. It comes with a flag stand and a pretty white organza bag for storage.
I decided to use white as the body of the flag fabric to symbolize purity and surrender. I see it as surrender to the natural cycle we are part of, going with the “flow” so to speak. It reminds me of the Mexican euphemism for menstruation: “me baja.” This came from the original “me baja la regla” or I’m under the “rule,” the rule being the law of nature that brings on our monthly cycles. I added a red ribbon to symbolize the flow of blood, some silver and red glass beads and a charm of a crescent moon with an angel resting on it. It comes with a base so you can stand it up, a pretty white organza bag to store it in and instructions in case you’d like to give one as a gift. May it serve you well.