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A Cemetery Wedding

A Cemetery Wedding

I married the love of my life in a cemetery.  People asked “Why would you marry in a graveyard?”  Thank Ghost Adventures for that.  493 more words

Happy Mardi Gras!

I had the pleasure of visiting New Orleans and attending Mardi Gras pre-Katrina, in 2003. It was an extremely fun and action-packed week! However, I didn’t get to see as much of this beautiful city as I would have liked, or explore more of Louisiana. 424 more words

Poem Prompt

Hello Folks,

Last night my writer’s group used the following prompt for an exercise. Craft a 10-20 line poem with each line starting with the first letter of your first name. 82 more words

My Graveyard Photography

One of my favorite things to do is to take pictures of cemeteries, especially older ones, I will definitely be adding more from these cemeteries, especially Greenlawn since I didn’t get many pictures the first time I went, and maybe I’ll find other cemeteries to take pictures of as well but here are the ones I have taken so far. 48 more words

John and Rachel Elizabeth Davis Buried at Old Paint Lick Cemetery

Old Paint Lick Cemetery in Garrard County is full of very old graves and many newer ones.  John and Rachel Elizabeth Davis both died in 1925 – she May 31st and he on August 9th.  101 more words

Genealogy Research

Grave robbers with pickaxes & sledge hammers plunder hundreds of tombs in Sierra Leone


New security measures were in place Sunday at cemeteries in the Sierra Leone capital Freetown after grave robbers used pickaxes and sledge hammers to pry open tombs and steal coffins and jewellery. 278 more words

Lifestyle, Beauty And Fashion

The most tragic day of Teddy Roosevelt's life

At the beginning of 1884, everything seemed to be going Theodore Roosevelt’s way.

The 25-year-old Harvard graduate, a descendant of a colonial Dutch family with deep roots in New York City, had already written an acclaimed first book, … 447 more words

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