Not our best rose picture, but the rain has already made things look better all around the chapel!
Well, this little rose looks pretty sad, but now that we've had some rain, things are looking up. We were hit, apparently, with the same rose disease that affected the State over the last 2-3 years, and as a result, our roses aren't at their peak anymore. We'll survive and work with zinnias, lantana and natives!
Quiet at the chapel after Monday's meeting, visit time, spaghetti and saying goodbye to our best man, Bruce. He back in Oklahoma, but we're ready for our next visit! Here's a pro-tip from Cap to all our grooms out there. Be sure you select someone as your best man that you'll want to take a road trip with 36 years later! It was excellent, and he even got to stay at the chapel!
Gearing up for the Garden of Hope fundraiser and went over some meeting plans for weddings that are about to come up on the roster. Also, got intel on a wedding that I'm doing as the officiant off-site, so that should be fun as well.
We really got a lot of rain today! What a blessing...I didn't realize how much. I'll close, since it's time to recline. Have a good one, and stay positive every chance you get! Blessings on ya!