I did the random.org thing again and Kelley of Writtled won Damyanti’s A to Z Stories of Life and Death. I’m sure Kelley will enjoy this wonderful collection of stories, based on the letters of the alphabet. How cool is that though? Kelley was my guest last week and gave away one copy of her book. The good you do really does come back to you!
I don’t have a variety of pictures today because of my fascination with one church building that’s in Half-Way-Tree – a major landmark in St. Andrew. I wanted to get some good shots of it and have been trying for weeks. I finally got some.
The St. Andrew Parish Church was founded in 1664 and considering that, I dunno if I’d be comfortable sitting inside it on a Sunday morning. Could be why they're doing repairs. Still, I do know that the structures put up from the days of slavery were built to last.
I’ve only seen shots of the inside on television during official funerals. It’s awesome! Click to enlarge photos.
And for those who have absolutely no interest in the building above, I couldn't resist the peach hybrid hibiscus.
And because I know better than to post only a bunch of pictures, I'm going to ask if any of them could perhaps spark a story idea. Have a great weekend and if you haven't done so yet, go check out Damyanti's A to Z Stories of Life and Death here and here. Based on the quality of the stories in this collection, you're getting a steal for the price.
Have a great weekend!