Oh, man. One of those senior moments...looking frantically for my glasses...which were on my face...
Got home at midnight last night after a good work session on a trade show set. I'll post some pictures soon.
Saturday went to a memorial service for the 92 year old aunt of a ministry friend of mine who is, herself, in her 70's.
This is quite a story. The auntie, C, was quite a woman. She married late in life because she tended her sick father. When she did marry, she married for over 40 years to a Christian man. They both ministered in many ways. C heard that many babies at a local county hospital were going home wrapped in newspapers, so she set about cranking out baby blankets and caps. Tons of them. She was a seamstress, an arts and crafts freak, a baker, and with no children of her own, was a grandparent to many neighbors and nieces and nephews. The love for her that was expressed at the service was amazing. Even more amazing, C had Alzheimer's, and she stayed in her home where she died peacefully last Monday. She was tended not only by her family members; neighbors shouldered much of the responsibility to keep her from going to a nursing home. She had round the clock care. Who of us would do this not only for our family. . . but for a neighbor?
What a testimony to truly walking the walk, both C and her neighbors and family! C reaped what she sowed, and I pray that her family and friends are blessed as well by their tender and faithful care.
I didn't know her, but I was truly honored and blessed to learn about her, and rejoice in a life well lived for Him.