Tag Archives: Holmes County cemeteries

Lunch and a Cemetery Wandering Around Glenmont

Since Glenmont is near my house, I ate some leftover gluten-free spinach spaghetti at home and drove west on CR 520 listening to Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer.  When driving to this cemetery, look for the Glenmont sign. … Continue reading

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The Case of the Wayward Radishes

It was talked around all summer that someone had planted radish seed on Mr. and Mrs. Harbaugh’s graves at Oak Hill burying grounds, just to disgrace them. Click on the link below to find out why someone wanted to disgrace … Continue reading

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Lunch and a Cemetery Goes to Berlin Cemetery

A quick Earl Grey tea and Lena’s Amish Granola Bar at Jitter’s Coffee House.  I know that’s not a real lunch!  I could have had worse.  I meant to grab a book on CD but forgot, so I was alone with … Continue reading

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Lunch and a Cemetery–Uhl Family Cemetery

Lunch today is Morning Star veggie “chicken” patty with collard greens.  That’s all I had in my fridge, so I’ll have to eat it before I leave.  Peter Frampton’s Do You Feel Like We Do played all the way from the … Continue reading

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Lunch and a Cemetery — Prairie Township Cemetery

Today’s lunch and a cemetery is at Prairie Township Cemetery.  It is a beautiful, summer day.  The temperature is 78 degrees and the sun is shining.  Lunch today is veggies and hummus, with a diet coke. Don’t tell my husband; … Continue reading

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