This section also had a lot of large monuments rather than the flat stones that are found in most of the newer sections.
Our trees still don’t have any buds on them yet. I’m looking forward to showing you photos of this beautiful cemetery in the summertime.
Another view of the same mausoleum. I have a lot of other photos I took this afternoon, including the earliest dates I’ve seen yet, but for some reason they would not download. I’ll try again next time.
I have finished six more pair of mittens. I got woefully behind on them as I was working on the baby cross-stitch. That is at Michael’s for framing and should be done by the 13th. I still have four more pair of mittens to go before I am caught up.
We had a quiet weekend. Dennis worked at the church camp all day Saturday putting insulation and drywall up in the dining hall. The camp is near the South Dakota border, about a one hour drive from here. I did some house cleaning and laundry. After he came home, we got diesel in the truck. Gasp! It wasn’t even at half a tank yet and the pump shut off at $120! Isn’t that awful? I would hate to see what it would cost if we were empty. Then we went out to visit with Mandy and Piper for awhile. Brad was at his parents house helping to rebuild their garage that burned last week. It sounds as if they are making good progress in the rebuilding process.
Yesterday was church in the morning where I sang on the praise team for the service. I don’t normally do that anymore as I’m feeling much too old these days. It was a hymn fest which is always very much enjoyed by everyone, especially us old people. After that we had lunch with Dennis’s Mom and his cousin Cindy, who we haven’t seen in many, many years, but we keep in touch through Facebook. She lives in Texas but comes to Omaha on business once in a while. All in all, it was a very nice weekend.
I hope you are all having a wonderful Monday enjoying the blessings that God has given us.
Blessings and love,