I have much to do today.
I would tell you what I did Wednesday, but I can't remember. I think it probably entailed starting on a new genealogy--yes, that was it.
Thursday, I drove on up north 30 miles to have lunch with the K-12 school gal pals. I ordered Nachos and when it came, it was so large, they served it on a round pizza pan! Needless to say, I had left overs!
Then out to The Farm to visit 'Lil Sis. Her hubs dug up two of our great grand mother's Hostas, which grow along the front of the porch of the home they live in. The Hostas were planted in the 1920's, so I will let you figure out how old they are. We also have Peony plants that have grown that long and Lily of the Valley and Iris. Amazing how long a plant can live, isn't it?
On my way home, I stopped at the Cemetery, just to check in on my ancestor's and Fred. My sister had already filled the urns. Beautiful bright Pink flowers that showed up from the road and every part of that cemetery. Our big family plot (actually 2 plots) really looked nice.
I moved the little cement angel dog, that sits on Fred's marker, over to the other side. Every month, I move it to the other side because I don't want the rain that collects under it, to darken the marker.
Everybody is there.
Great Great Grand Parents: Peter and Anne
Great Grand Parents: Charles and Sophia
Grand Parents: Roy and Helene
Parents: Charles and Dorathy
Great Uncle: Ray
and still room for four more which will be: my sister and her hubs, my son Mark and daughter Pam.
Can you even imagine the reunion on the day of Rapture?
I have to go to the Food Bank this morning and then get to work on cleaning up and maybe painting my porch. Pam and Karen are coming tomorrow to plant the Hostas for me and perhaps lay down the mulch.
Oh--now I remember what I did Wednesday. I went to Lowe's and bought paint for the porch, new step treads, sand paper, brush and roller.