One of the things I love about RevGals is the long-term friendships I have with people I have never met, and may never meet. I have known Marie, the writer of this FF, through several seasons in her life, and I'm delighted that she's joining us this way.
Marie says at RevGals: Hello RevGals! I’m thrilled to be hosting my very first Friday Five, as this was the feature that got me started participating in the blog ring back in 2007. This week I’ve been back at my seminary, Episcopal Divinity School, for Alumni Days. There is so much that makes this place special to me: the chapel, the quad, the apartments and rooms where I lived, and the library, where I first encountered the woman who is now my wife.
So for today’s Friday Five, tell us about five of your favorite places. Have fun with it, and make sure to link in the comments if you play at your blog. Pictures always appreciated!
Thanks for asking! This is St. Teresa Beach in Florida, looking out at Alligator Point. My family has been going there for generations.
Here I am fishing with my Daddy at the same beach. Fishing is what you do.
Here is my Aunt Emily and Uncle Oliver's front yard in Lake Jackson, Texas. We went to many picnics there, for birthdays and holidays and just because.
The Old Episcopal Cemetery in Tallahassee. This funeral was for my Aunt Nancy, and my grandparents' graves are just to the left. I don't plan to be buried, but if I were to be, this is where I'd want to go.
Anywhere my sweetie is, is home. Especially if it's at the beach, like in this pic.
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