I'm not the most religious person in the world, but my grandmother is. She's been a fantastic mother to 6 beautiful girls, grandmother of 12, and great grandmother of 4. She has done some exceptional things for the church and last year received a letter from The Pope recognizing her lifetime of work for the church. She has been going downhill for quite a while and it looks like her journey through life will be coming to an end soon. I'm not asking that her life be extended but that her transition be a smooth one and that everything she expects on the other side be true. So I'm going to my church... the open air of the mountains and a long hike while thinking of her. If all of you men and women of god could say a prayer for my Grandma Kay, I'd be very grateful.
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church ––
I keep it, staying at Home ––
With a Bobolink for a Chorister ––
And an Orchard, for a Dome
Sounds like a remarkable woman. Prayers up.
You and I share the same attitude about chuch; Jesus Prayed in the garden, I like to pray in the woods.