Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Would You Like A Cemetary In Your Fron Yard?
I have mixed emotions about it. It could be a little eerie if you heard noises in the middle of the night. On the other hand if it was a family cemetary it could be nice to go out and sit and visit and talk. Yes I know the person is not really there. Their soul is where ever it is going but still you feel as if they are there. I know I do when I go to Mel's grave. The reason I am asking this crazy question is this---. Sunday was a pretty day so we threw caution to the wind as far as gas prices and went for a country road ride. We actually found two roads we had not explored before. We found the usual old barns, houses, windmills, and cattle. One house we passed had a cemetary in it's front yard. It was on my side so I called it to John's attention. He said it must be a pet cemetary. No it isn't that is people tombstones. I know a person who had a ranch and lived on it and his married girls has homes on it too. He had gone through the process of getting permission to have a cemetary there on his ranch under a big oak tree. Now his wife and daughters can go out and have coffee with him under that old tree. I think it's kind of nice.