New Life in an old Graveyard

graveyard with weeping cherry and forsythiaSpring is gorgeous in central Virginia. Despite the fears and self-isolation of the Coronavirus, each day:

  • the amount of light increases,
  • the leaves unfurl further,
  • more types of flowers bloom
  • the number of birdsong increases.
  •  the average high increases weekly despite temperature fluctuations

 

There is new life in this woodland graveyard of St Paul’s, Ivy.  The Church may be closed, but nature thrives  next door.

8 thoughts on “New Life in an old Graveyard”

  1. There is something about those above-ground crypts that are spooky and mesmerizing at the same time. Have you been to the graveyard in Key West? There are a lot of tombstones and crypts with some very pithy sayings such, “I told you I was sick.”

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