Monday, August 15, 2016

OUR REMEMBRANCE GARDEN


We recently dedicated our long awaited Remembrance Garden.
There is an area for quiet reflection
 and a place to spread a persons ashes if so desired.
 



A few brave souls withstood a heat factor of 105 degrees
for the brief (thankfully) ceremony.




There is a "memory walk" interspersed with memorial bricks
purchased by those of us who wanted to remember our loved ones.






This area was under the tent and obscured by chairs at the time.
I took this picture and the next from the brochure.
The wrought iron benches where also purchased as a memorial
to a loved one.






 Even the clouds were hot !!
( I see a form breathing hot air ?)




Thank you to those whose devotion to this project made it possible.



8 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Missy! The Remembrance Garden is wonderful. I like the memory walk with the memorial bricks. Beautiful cloud shot. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

What a beautiful little labyrinth in the memorial garden -- such a great idea and a wonderful way to remember those loved ones who have passed.

Mildred said...

The Remembrance Garden is truly lovely and work of "heart." I know you all will enjoy it.

Beverly Frankeny said...

That is lovely. Thank you.

Lowcarb team member said...

The Remembrance Garden is very special indeed ... wonderful and well done to all concerned in completing this very special place.

But 105 degrees is very very hot isn't it!

Take Care

All the best Jan

"E.", Beth Edwards , said...

that is so so special. hope you will get to visit again when it is more cooler temps. i understand the heat. so rough around here too. i am really wondering when the humidity will end? it is hard to get things done when all you wish to do is stay inside. please stay cool, you and the furry friends. ( :

Stewart M said...

Looks like a nice place to people to end up - peaceful.

Cheers - Stewart M - Jabiru, Northern Territory, Australia

Lynne said...

Very nice Missy . . .
Not sure if I could have "weathered" the 105!