Sights And Sounds of the Season

It was a really nice day yesterday. My former church had a sunrise service in their cemetery at 7am. I went. It was gorgeous weather outside, and the service was charming and delightful.

So beautiful...

So beautiful…

The service at my current church was packed with music. There were also lots of fragrant flowers there. It was a feast for the senses.

I love Easter hymns

I love Easter hymns

After church, I went to have dinner with the Ric and Ceil and family. The street their house is on looks like something from Dr. Seuss. It’s full of redbuds.

So pink and fluffy, the snorzgatch trees...

So pink and fluffy, the snorzgatch trees…

After a delicious meal, we went for a walk. Their whole neighborhood is full of blooming trees and shrubs and plants. It was delightful.

I loved these tall trees.

I loved these tall trees.

We ended up at a convent – a real, working convent. We didn’t see any nuns, but the grounds were idyllic and peaceful. I felt like I was on a movie set or something.

Spacious and beautiful

Spacious and beautiful

By the time we got back from our walk, it was 5:30pm, and time for me to head home. What a nice day.

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2 Responses to Sights And Sounds of the Season

  1. Deborah says:

    That is a perfect day!

  2. Lauren says:

    Do your friends live on Endor? That’s practically a forest!

    I like that your church starts out in a dark cemetery. What a great way to begin the Easter service!

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