A few final photographs from my visit to my sister in Washington, D.C. last week. These include one of 'Mr. Beau,' my sister's meticulously trained and truly wonderful Doberman, another of my sister, second cousin, step-father, and yours truly on the steps of the church outside Lexington, North Carolina just after our late mother's interment service, two of me solo at the National Cathedral, and a final one of my sister and me hamming it up during a long evening walk the day before I returned to Michigan. My sister routinely walks to the cathedral, about three blocks from her place, to enjoy the grounds and gardens. The Bishop's Garden, in particular, is a place she likes to sit for quiet contemplation and internal dialogues with our late maternal grandparents and mother, very much in keeping with the Episcopal side of things. Our grandfather, who was raised Methodist, became an Episcopalian when he married our grandmother. Before you ask, I am not sure tha
As John Burton put it yesterday:ReplyDelete
"I wear a tie at home...because...
1) I think better dressed
2) I am not a barn animal"
Agreed! Although I have met the odd horse that was pretty well groomed. I know. I couldn't pass it up. Ol' Mom always said I was easily entertained.ReplyDelete
I also wear a tie when working from home. It just feel better when I am dressed like a grownup.ReplyDelete
And complements on the great fair isle socks. I am wearing a pair with cords, tweed jacket and plaid wool tie today, all in various shades of brown and tan.
Thank you, Charlottesville! It's hard to go wrong with Fair Isle, tan, and brown.ReplyDelete