5.28.08

3 fast miles on the mill early a.m. Icing my foot. Slept good with the boot last night. Lots to do today.

Obituary http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000110488939X

“ANNA BRIDGET LINZEY, 63, of Cumming died Monday. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sawnee View Memorial Gardens; Ingram Funeral Home.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on 5/27/2008.”

The viewing for Bridget is at Ingram’s on Ingram Road in Cumming [straight up 400] and begins at 11:00 a.m. We’ve got to drop by Bob’s house first to leave some of the food for the meal this afternoon so, we will all leave here about 8:30 a.m. and hope not to hit a bunch of traffic. Will probably make a Starbucks run on the way up– it’s the last Wednesday in May for the FREE Pike Place blend coffee offer.

My cousins bought a Honeybaked ham and made potato salad, fruit salad and tea. Bridget’s life-time best friend, Meg, is bringing the papergoods. My mom made a cake 1/2 covered in chocolate frosting and 1/2 covered in caramel frosting– she’s GOT to please everyone 🙂 and she also will being fresh strawberry shortcake. I’ve got the whipping cream. Last night I baked a boatload of heart-shaped biscuits and a HUGE pot of fresh green beans. Had to have something GREEN. I expect there will be about 25 of us there for the meal. OH, and I made Key Lime butter and Orange butter to accompany the biscuits 🙂 I’ll bring some regular butter as well.

First however, we’ve got to get through the viewing and the graveside service at Swanee View Memorial Gardens at 2:00. Our long-time friend, Kent Richards, will do the service– that was Bridget’s request. She also had three songs that she wanted played or sung. She had all this planned out and written down. She was ready to go home. The first song is “It Will Be Worth it All” or sometimes called “When We See Christ”. Chris will sing this song. The second song, “The Unclouded Day” or sometimes called “The Uncloudy Day” Sari will play on her violin. Both of them JUST got the music yesterday so pray for them! The third, “Lord, I’m Coming Home” we will all sing together. I printed the words and music to that song on some pretty pink paper. Pink was Bridget’s favorite color.

If you are reading this today, please pray for us.

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