He told me there was a big branch on the ground but he moved it before I could get a good picture, so here's a bad one of the branch in two parts, under a different tree:
Yesterday, we went across town to the church I grew up in for their final service. They are closing the doors. It was kind of a sad occassion, but as the District Superintendant noted, the way to keep an apple for 100 years is to plant it, and many seeds have been planted here. Here's a favorite shot from the day, Grandpa and the Bruise.
I think my family, and friends from this church make up the primary readership of my blog, (although I do love you internet friends I've made, too!) As we were enjoying pot luck with old friends, I had a request for more "kids say the funniest things" moments, so I'll try to include some of those. So for Jeanne, today's lunch prayer:
"Henley Foddah, I hope Grandpa has fun during surgery. Amen."