Wednesday, June 12, 2013


Because this is from so long ago, we’re going to let the pictures do the talking. 

Missouri in December wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Not freezing, didn’t rain, and was interesting enough to keep me engaged for the three days I was there.

Now, onto the pictures.

Told you it was December. Thanks for the giveaway, wreath. 

Nothing like courderoy pants and rubber boots. My feet were freezing. I was not prepared for that. 

Part of the Berlin Wall at Westminster College. Winston Churchill gave his "Iron Curtain" speech here back in the day.

Church of St. Mary, which burned down in the Great Fire of London in 1666, and then bombed by German bombs in the 1960s. Then it was brought to America. A real coming-of-age story.

 Good ol' Winston. 

 The real reason we were there - my sister Amy graduated!

 Look at her go!

 I think that's supposed to be the sun. It was early and it was a sad excuse for the sun.

At the top and bottom. 

St. Louis looked like a good city. I was surprised. 

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