Sunday, September 4th
My friend Mary, the one who is in the hospital, missed the wedding of her oldest son Jesse on Sunday. I was there as her representative along with several other family members. The wedding was supposed to be outside at Jesse's dad's house on the lake....but the rain had other things in mind so it was moved to the Elks Lodge and was just as beautiful as the outdoor one would have been. Jesse was very handsome as he waited for his bride to come down the aisle and Liz was gorgeous. I wish them both eons of happiness.
Monday, September 5th
What a wonderful church sign!
Tuesday, September 6th
The sky has been so gray....and today there was a peeking of sun and blue. Loved it!
Wednesday, September 7th
Do ya think they are from Louisiana?....and are LSU fans?
Thursday, September 8th
We bowled in Alex City tonight. It was the first night of our league. I thought the fountain in the yard of Aliant Bank looked so pretty and the grass behind it so lush.
Friday, September 9th
My Friday post was about the cascarones (painted eggs) my students made for my class and Frank's fretwork. I had a ball taking these pictures and am so very proud of Frank's scroll saw work....he has really amazed me with his eye for minute detail.
Picture of our church....this is Frank's next endeavor. He is going to make a pattern of the church and do it with the scroll saw. I will definitely be posting about it when he finishes and I can't wait to see.
Our church sign. Still Magnolias, my group, is singing next Saturday at the church. I can't wait. It seems like forever since we have been together harmonizing.
Saturday, September 10th
I went with Lyndi (pictured) and her mom, Marcie to get Lyndi's senior pictures made. Kevin Lanier, the photographer, is a friend of mine and knows I am interested in learning how to take better pictures so he allowed me to monkey back on some of his shots. I had a blast seeing through his eyes....Lyndi had a blast being Queen for the day....and mom, Marcie.....she became a camera assistant for Kevin Lanier.
...great day with great people. Thanks Marcie and Lyndi for letting me tag along.