What a beautiful tribute to his wife. And how wonderful that so many of the people she touched during her life helped build it. I can just imagine walking on that trail and coming upon that........the sight must take your breath away.What incredible talent.You find the most amazing stories, Linda-I love reading them all.Carol
Gm Carol and Linda. That is stunning. It looks perfect, and it sends such a beautiful message. Living thoughts. It almost touches one. What a beautiful tribute and to have such talent to create it perfectly.You truly have shared many interesting things. Every time I visit here, I think to myself, I Wonder what Linda's going to share today. And everyday you fool me! Today I thought I'd see a good Recipe! lol. But this is way better. Thanks a bunch for sharingJanie Brrrrr
Thanks for sharing. Truly beautiful and what a touching tribute.Love your blog.BJ
This is really amazing. It is so wonderful to see the memorials that people made for their loved ones. The stonework is beautiful, and the apple is the perfect touch. I had a butterfly engraved in Fred's headstone....nothing fancy, just something I wanted there. Yes Linda, you do find the most interesting things to share. It is so nice to see what you have on each day. Wishing you all a wonderful day....Yeah Janie....Brrrr !! It was a bit chilly this morning, but what a beautiful day it will be.
What a beautiful tribute to his wife... I love art work made with what nature provides. I also like the clever title for this post. :)~Dawn
This is utterly amazing. It made me cry to see and feel the love that this man showed his wife. Good morning to you all. Myra it's been very cold here. Everyone I know here has been sick with this weather. Take care and Gods Blessings to each of you.
He must of loved his wife unconditionally, a wonderful tribute to the love he shared with her