Watt's Up?

By lindee

Cherished Mother and Grandmother

I had a teaching job up in Pefferlaw about a 45 minutes north of home today. Afterwards I went to St. George's Church in Sibbald Point nearby to hunt for some blips. I saw this really curious grave marker for a woman who lived 79 years and who's marker had (on the other side) her name and dates and the phrase that makes the title above. On top of the marker is this bird bath carved into the rock. I thought it was neat and also thought it would make a good blip.

I also shot my husband's blip for him. He's visited famous Canadian historian and humourist Stephen Leacock's grave several times and asked me to take a photo for him for his blip today. Some refer to Leacock as the Canadian Mark Twain.

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