I celebrate each Saturday with Ruth Ayres at Discover Play Build and the rest of the wonderful community that celebrates together. Come join us! Tweet at #CelebrateLu
Having visitors again is always something to celebrate. This week filled with visitors I was happy to have, from a former student and her husband in town at the Tattered Cover for their book launch of Find Me Unafraid to my son, daughter-in-law and grandson in Thursday to celebrate my birthday and a special family ceremony. I celebrate also the two rainy days we had, what a lovely blessing for our dry, dry earth. Pictures show some of the joy, and you can imagine the in-between.
|Jessica and Kennedy Odede at The Tattered Cover.|
|At The Kitchen--in our renovated Union Station all |
together Saturday night before parting again.
After two years since my husband, Arvie's, passing, we felt it was time to place his ashes in a more permanent place. This is a nearby beautiful cemetery, in a special niche. Now we will all have a place to visit, to remember good times. Just our family was here Friday morning, and we shared fun memories, still missing Arvie's zest for living, something we hope to carry with us always. I shared a favorite poem of Arvie's which you can find here, the third poem down: The Long Boat, by Stanley Kunitz.