Do you know which cemeteries or memorials these pictures belong to? ANSWERS BELOW
I have a passion for history. As I have mentioned in other posts that history can have many forms and is not always in the written word. The Davis monument is a beautiful form of history to take in if you are ever in the northeast part of Kansas. Ok, I realize that this may … More A small country cemetery ( Part 2)
I have a list. A list of places I want to go, things I want to see, things I want to do. Now some call this type of list ” a bucket list “. I call my list – “life list”. I’m not planning on leaving this earth anytime soon but I have become more … More A small country cemetery. (Part One)
I am passionate about my cross creations because I know that time spent quietly at a loved ones grave can be very private and special. Sometimes a person just wants to recall a memory, or have a conversation that never was spoke, or just a moment to show respect for the life that was part … More A celebration of Alfonso’s life
The Veterans Memorial Park in Wichita KS shows community pride as well as gratitude to all that have served for our country. This park has awinding walkway lined with beautiful trees, amazing monuments, and personal memorials. These pictures are only a small fraction of the memorials in this park. If you live in Wichita and … More Veterans Memorial Park Wichita, KS
This is a memorial everyone should see. This memorial is dedicated to the men, women, and children who lost their lives the day the federal building in downtown OKC was bombed.
I can understand why people are attracted to Sedona, AZ. I don’t know if it’s “the vortex” or just the shear beauty that surrounds this quaint town. The Chapel of the Holy Cross and the memorial garden path are worth the climb up a very steep hill.