It was a great funeral! Haha! So many funny stories about Marian – during the service and at lunch afterwards. She had no filter and would say just about anything that popped into her mind. Her son-in -law told several hilarious anecdotes during the service which led to more after the service. I thought it was pretty funny that she kept changing her mind about her outfits to coordinate with the lining of her casket. She had her jewelry all picked out, too, which I hope they kept at the end. Such sentimental pieces – many from her husband Al. Saw many people at lunch that I never run into – neighbors, out of town family and many friends from all the groups Marian belonged to.
Yes, the music went fine, too, and yes, I guess I knew it would but I’m so used to playing with Margaret that I worried. Now I can relax and get back to sewing and reading. I’m reading John Grisham’s sequel to The Firm called The Exchange. I’ve hit a dull patch in the middle but tonight I’m going to power through.
I have some new reader photos to post:
Fluffybun is becoming my best pal – when I got up this morning she was sleeping in my sewing chair!
This is Rosie who is so terribly lame she can hardly stand up – the one whose grave is already dug in case she dies this winter. Should I just have her euthanized?? I hate this part.
Heard about a dog today that should have a new home. 6 month old labradoodle made to live outside because the wife hates dogs. Husband loves dogs but isn’t on board with dog care. I don’t need to even tell you what I think about this.
It’s a sports weekend coming up plus church and then on Monday Rick has an appointment in Minneapolis at the Twin Cities Spine Center.