Autos of beauty
Johnny DID NOT arrive in this, but If I have a last ride and not buried at sea, I wouldn't mind this being my RIDE!
So for today:
After a lot of stress and work, it all culminated into a good service. Sherry & Brenda did good. We did not expect a big crowd. It was cool and windy and many of the family were sick or ‘concerned’ about spreading not just the Covid, but colds.
Sherry had not asked for chairs, but we were glad the director brought them out. There were a few more standing to the left of the shot.
Son, Jack Jr. singing 'Will the Circle Be Unbroken?' Of course he did a great job.
Pastor Peterson did a good job also, His timing was also good.
Above, after the service, My Sweethearts Corinne and Sherry talking with Brenda. I am sure both felt a load was gone off them, and no problems.
For you folk in the cold country this would have been balmy, but for us southerners, 10 mph wind and 40-50 degrees is COOL, at least not comfortable.
For you that did not read about the hospital incident between Pastor Peterson and my sister Shirl, I will give the reader's digest version to give you a smile.
Shirl was rushed to the hospital, She gave me strict orders NOT to inform the pastor. She was at the time easing into some dementia. Of course I told the pastor. When he knocked and walked into her room she looked up front her bed and said, "Oh Shit!"
He handled it great. That has brought a lot of smiles. Shirley would enjoy the story being told (after the fact).
Sherry and I both are the last of our families now.