And just try to guess what the name of this horse is...
My Shug always pets the horses after they take us for a tour.
During the day if the graveyard doors are open, you are allowed to go in and visit.
And most evenings you can schedule a ghost tour through the graveyards. I would also recommend a ghost tour. They are usually filled with history as well.
(look at all those bricks!)
I love the live oak trees.
My Aunt did not get better, and by Sunday she passed away. She was fine the Sunday before...even went to a graduation party. We were told that her lungs and heart were not strong enough for surgery. She was only 70 years old, but she was a heavy smoker....for years.
(I know I told you about my Aunt the other day, but it was kind of a quick summary and I just wanted to give you a bit of chronological order to the week. I am playing catch-up again. Not to worry, last week will be summed up in one post! And Peeps, I'm going to tell you, I'm tired)
PS - The name of the horse....Kevin! I know...weird name for a horse, huh? Did you guess right?