Posted in Countdown to Christmas

Countdown to Christmas: “Images of Peace” 12/3/22

For this blog category, “Countdown to Christmas: Images of Peace,” each day between December 1 and 25, I share some of our photography that invites rest, peace, tranquility and love.

1922 — Anita — 2022

Today our church, Asbury Memorial here in Savannah, celebrated the life of our oldest member Anita Clay, who passed away this week at the age of 100.

Anita led an amazing life. One tiny snippet: She was a founding member of the local quirky, funky Crabettes band.

We will miss you, our Anita.

May you beautifully Rest in Peace.

Oh, and the Crabettes played at the luncheon following Anita’s joyous memorial service.

Here’s a link to Anita’s full obituary …

https://foxandweeks.com/obituaries/o/9368/Anita-Lippitt-Clay

Posted in Countdown to Christmas

Countdown to Christmas: “Images of Peace” 12/2/22

“And his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:7

For this blog category, “Countdown to Christmas: Images of Peace,” each day between December 1 and 25, I share some of our photography that invites rest, peace, tranquility and love.

Silence

On a wall on West 52nd St, NYC
Posted in Countdown to Christmas

Countdown to Christmas: “Images of Peace” 12/1/22

“And his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:7

For this blog category, “Countdown to Christmas: Images of Peace,” each day between December 1 and 25, I share one of our photos that somehow invites us to rest, peace, tranquility and love.

Peace in the Park

Daffin Park, Savannah
Posted in Robert and …

“Robert and …” #12

A blog category of pics I’ve taken of Hubby Robert and … well, just about anything.

Robert with an awkward smile on his face, just below neighbor Barbara perched atop a blue ladder, while cuddling her teetering poodle at Robert’s head.

A little explanation. This … “event” occurred back in early December 2018 as our Washington Square neighborhood was doing our yearly decorating of the square with fresh greenery and red bows. Barbara and Robert were in charge of putting bows at the top of street lamps.