Here’s to you from Thanksgiving Season in North Florida. We’re green again after a week of rain—all the rain we should have had over the last few months. The image is from noon yesterday on the spectacular grounds of Evergreen Cemetery, where I’ve walked with my parents and/or their dogs over the last eight years. I now stroll it daily with hubs and the bonkers Blue Heeler whom Mom left in our care. We are grateful for this nearly 300-acre, inner-city oasis that we often have to ourselves—but for the groundskeepers who worry when they don’t see us for a few days.
"bonkers Blue Heeler" 🤣 What's his/her name? I look forward to hearing your take on The Covenant of Water. I haven't read it yet but it's making the rounds among friends. I hope you, hubs, and the Heeler have a marvelous Thanksgiving.
Having a green thanksgiving over here in Tally, as well! I hope it is a lovely day for you and yours.
Grief is such a weird thing...death day anniversaries usually sneak up on me, or at least they have in the past. The closer I get to the ages my parents died, the more I notice those dates on the calendar. I'm glad you've had a release of the heavy weight of the immediate aftermath. May her memory be a blessing.
Happy Thanksgiving, Lausanne. 🦃