Here are the fill-ins:
1. The most interesting museum I have been to is _____________.
I do not travel very much. But I live in the city which is home of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. It is dedicated to the victims of the domestic terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in which 168 people were killed and nearly 700 more were injured. This building included a daycare for children of employees so children were included in the dead. My husband and I were home on that day and we felt the explosion about 15-18 miles away.
The museum is well worth seeing. It’s main feature is an empty chair for each person killed. Heart touching.
2. The most interesting historical place I have been to is _______________.
A favorite genre of reading for me is historical fiction. I especially like the “Gone with the Wind” type story. Therefore, I do like historical places such as Vicksburg, MS, but I have not spent much time there, mostly I just look as we drive through – a husband thing. However, we did get more sights in days gone by before the by-pass highways.
3. ___________________ is back!
Mostly I am happy to report that my ability to walk is back. I only use the cane now if I go to places that have big parking lots or long halls.
4. I was surprised ___________________.
I was surprised last Saturday evening when my son and his fiancee told me they were going to get married the next morning! They did so in a private ceremony in the pastor’s office after morning church. Surprise. See “Just Married” on today’s blog.