on my brother-in-law. When I get one I will share it with you all. Thank you for your prayers and kind thoughts.
I have done nothing but rest the last few days, waiting for the antibiotic to kick in. I think one minute I feel better and the next minute I don’t. I noticed yesterday afternoon that the lilacs in the cemetery across from my back door were in bloom. So I walked across the grassy lot to check them out. It was a mistake because the wind was blowing at a pretty good clip and I wished I had kept my old sick self inside.
On the way across the lot I spied the first
weed flower that blooms in Illinois in the springtime. The beloved dandelion that we pay big bucks to the exterminator to eradicate from our yards. I can remember eating many a dandelion green when I was growing up which is one reason I am not at all fond of greens of any kind now.
I also noticed while clopping through the grass that there was still a lot of the debris from the tornado in the grass. Lots of pieces of shingles and some fairly large pieces of wood slivers. I think these will play havoc with the lawn mowers when they start to mow. Which should be soon because the grass is at least 6 inches high.
Then I moved on to the the first lilac bush. This is a beautiful cemetery and it has a lot of lilac bushes surrounding it. The cemetery is very large and usually one or two days a week if I look out my kitchen window I can see a burial taking place. A lot of history in that place. http://www.genealogytrails.com/ill/tazewell/zzzlakesidelist.html
Have a peaceful week. Stay safe and be happy!!