Sunday, August 3, 2008

Sunday Morning

I am an early morning riser. I love to sit on the patio, breath in the fresh air, and drink a leisurely cup of coffee before going to church. As always, I enjoyed church this morning. I listen to the homily and think about how I need to improve my self. The music was beautiful - all songs of which I am particularly fond. After church, I changed clothes and took my daily walk to the cemetery to water Sherry's flowers. It is a comfort that the cemetery is only a block away. After my visit with Sherry, I took a walk around the neighborhood. I love our neighborhood. We know almost everyone and they are all so friendly. We live in a small town (maybe 3,000). Our home is almost on the outskirts of town. We have a double lot which is nice.
These are Cindy's flowers. She and her husband are outside working every evening. They have done a lot of landscaping.

This is the front of Helen's house. The picture does not do the flowers justice. Helen has a beautiful pond in her back yard.

This is the front of Jean's house. She has such a wonderful touch. I love the bench.

These are flowers that border Kathy's yard. Her zinnias are beautiful. For some unknown reason, mine died this year - could it be the bunny rabbits?

These are the Mowery's roses. I took the picture in the alley behind there house. Roses border the end of their lot.

I really enjoyed my walk around the neighborhood. I have a meeting tomorrow afternoon and a meeting tomorrow evening - so I will have a hectic Monday. I have some grandchildren coming later for hamburgers, hot dogs, and a swim. I love having them here. Have a wonderful Sunday!!


Kellie said...

What a beautiful neighborhood! It sounds like a nice walk you had today. I enjoy those quiet moments myself. Right now they are few and far between. ha! I am glad you have had a nice Sunday!

Deb said...

Hi Sweetie, I enjoyed my walk with you. There are a lot of nice flowers in your neighborhood. Sweetie I'm so sorry about your lost, I know how you feel as I have been there myself. It's a long hard road dealing with the loss of a child, we just have to take our time, and seek the help of the Lord. My Thursday's post speaks of the way that I've learned to handle it all. It doesn't take away the fact that I miss my daughter so, but it helps to know the the Lord is in control. I pray with you, and for you. Deb

Kim's Treasures said...

Thank you for the tour of your beautiful neighborhood! I hope you had a great time witht the grandkids!
Have a great day!

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Sue@CountryPleasures said...

Nice to meet you, so glad you stopped by my blog! Your ferns are wonderful as is your nice little neighborhood. So sorry to hear about your daughter. Your flowers are lovely too!

JustinB said...

I like the photos