Since we were celebrating graduations in Sunday...Sunday Bible Study, I thought it would be great to celebrate Peggy's graduation back into the wonderful world of having her time and schedule back. Yesterday, Roy and I went over to the Play Grocery Store and picked up a cake. The Play Grocery store makes some dang good cake. This was chocolate with triple fudge icing.
After church, Roy, Bill, Peggy, Dena and I went out to lunch. Let me assure you, the laughs were plentiful and the stories colorful, colorful in a good way...not bad. Bill and Peggy had been to a wedding last night and that just led into stories of some of the worst weddings we have ever attended. It has been a while since I attended a bad one, but the memories from years ago are still fresh.
Dena and I are going to another celebration for Peggy later this week. And there is another celebration the week after next. We should celebrate Peggy. There is so much about her that most, unlike me, don't really get to see. Of course she is funny and can make the most mundane chore exciting, but she is compassionate, caring, giving, and sentimental. And she has about 110 songs slated to be sung at her funeral, not that is anytime soon.! She added to the list this morning, In Christ Alone. I told her Lisa P does a very fine job with it.
June 2 is her last day at Memorial Parkway Jr. High and June 3, if there is a bright light shining in the West, it is Peggy smiling cause she's free at last, free at last. It's her year of Jubilee, she's the captive been set free...