Monday, July 27, 2009


A friend and ex-coworker got married this past weekend. Jason was a ringbearer:

Donald was excited to get dressed up, too:

The venue, the ceremony, the bride - everything was BEAUTIFUL! Here is where the ceremony took place:

There was even a beautiful old log cabin quilt in the main house, framed and mounted on the wall, but I couldn't get a good picture because of the reflection off the glass.

So, another weekend down with NO QUILTING, but I had a great time. Oh, and on the way home, we needed a break, and pulled in at a place called Ellwood. It was an old, remote 18th century farmhouse that was taken over as headquarters for Grant's army during the Battle of Wilderness(?). It turns out that that cemetery on the property is where Stonewall Jackson's left arm is buried. (The rest of him is buried here in Lexington, VA where I work).