This weekend we went to Statesboro to scatter some of PJ's ashes. We've put it off for a while, and it was just time. I haven't posted anything about PJ's passing on the blog, but Mary did a great job here and here. Eight months later and it is still very difficult. Since Andrew will be leaving Statesboro soon, and heading to Clemson for graduate school it seemed an appropriate time. PJ's girlfriend joined us and there were lots of memories and tears shared. I took a few photos knowing this would probably be the last time we are in the area. One place we visited was where PJ started Brainiacs Studios. He dreamed of bringing creative minds and talent together. We found out at his funeral that he also provided shelter to many people with no place to go. This place was so peaceful, and I understand why PJ loved it here.
On a different note Sunday was pretty jam packed with stuff- laundry, cooking, a fresh pedicure-manicure and getting caught up with general stuff. I got out early on Sunday for a bike ride. I'm managing about 16 miles on city streets in about 90 minutes. My goal is to do that in about an hour by fall-we'll see. This is one of my stops-yes that is the I-285 bypass, and yes I may just be a bit crazy! This kind of cycling certainly keeps me on my toes-and alert!
locks on the go for quilts on the grow-the new hexagon, and I am trying to get caught up on these. I meet up with Brenda and Joyce in a couple weeks. There are sooo many steps, and it's all hand stitched!
theater. Hope your weekend was everything you wanted.