When I think of gardening and flowers, I think spring and summer. I've never really thought much about fall being a time for flowers. But around the time of Laynee's Heaven Day anniversary, her garden seemed to come alive. Every plant has exploded into it's most glorious state. I know that this is due, primarily to the selection of plants. Since it was planted in the fall, most people chose to bring fall flowers. The color serves as a reminder to me that Laynee, though she left us one early fall day, is very much alive. Her spirit lives and though we cannot see her, she resides in glorious splendor. Though we are in a season of living without her here, one day we will see her in all her glory.
Waiting for that day!!!!
The climbing clematis on her trellis is a brilliant white with the
Jamee, notice the new walkway border the
Russ just finished. All that's left is the ground cover
between the stepping stones.
Our neighboring land owner, and beloved friend and mentor
of Jim's had this tree planted in our yard in Laynee's memory. The
last two years it's blossom's opened on exactly September 7.
Love you, Laynee Grace.