This is the new Catholic section of one of the hundreds of local cemeteries, this being one of the larger cemeteries around, though you couldn’t tell it from this picture. In the first days of November, there’s a particularly easy plenary indulgence you can get for the Holy Souls: here.
This is the last big bit of plastic that served as a wall for the hermitage for the past year. It’s just been dropped to the ground from on high since — you guessed it — just about the last section of non-wall has been replaced with something more substantial (plywood and 2x4s).
That bit of plastic was not tossed or even put away. It’s now serving as a way to keep the kindling dry.
Kindling… Some of those branches are 4 inches thick. I’ll have to use the saw on them again to get them down to size. Here’s another pile about three times as large. I’ve yet to cover it up.
I’m distracted by a certain Laudie who thinks she can fly if she just flaps her ears fast enough.
Since she’s putting on weight, and she thinks she can fly, why don’t I just call her Dumbo after, you know…
Such distractions! I’ll have to get back to writing about Genesis. Lot’s of animals in that account as well.