Lady Di,I absolutely love to stroll through old graveyards and read the epitaphs. I often wonder about the people and what their lives were like. This summer I visited an old cemetery in the rain. One day I want to go back when it's nicer and explore the entire yard.Enjoyed your post. The church is very unique.Blessings,Mary
Dear Dianne ~~ Lovely photos of the church and graveyard. I think most of us enjoy looking around cemeteriesand finding out the oldest tombstonesand reading the epitaphs on them.Glad you enjoyed the cat joke and picture. The safety tips were quite good and good to keep them in mind.Take great care, my friend.Love, Merle. And Peace to you.
MaryAh, I knew we had more than age in common. I am gonna wait until after the first frost just in case their are buggy critter lurking in the grass. PeaceMerleI often let my imagination go wild with the imaginary facts between the dates posted on the stones. Peace
Neat shots. I love old cemetaries. We have lots of them out here in little used to be towns tucked away here and there. One farmhouse down in the valley has a fenced in spot with 6 headstones. I would like to have that. MB
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