Alcy went to Tyler to photograph roses. Debi went to Burton to photograph a cotton gin and NWHPC was to go to Smithville for Photo Fest. I stayed home.
But I did have big plans. I was going to go see The Pine by Mickle Maher at the Catastrophic Theater on Friday Night and go to the Bayou City Art Festival on Saturday and Sunday. Friday night came and went without any theater. I'm just not good at doing things by myself--although I still might go. Saturday morning I preferred to sleep in. Besides I had a book I needed to work on if I am to get the October discount from Blurb. Sunday morning it was raining and I discovered I only had twenty bucks in my wallet so I decided to exchange a rainy art festival for breakfast.
Only two of these were shot in Glenwood. The first and the cherub with the rosary. The rest were shot in Washington Cemetery which borders Glenwood. Washington, originally a German cemetery Deutsche Gesellschaft von Houston was established in 1875. The name was changed in 1918 due to the ill will toward the Germans after WWI. The historical marker posted in the cemetery dates it to 1887, only one of several inaccuracies on the marker.