Yesterday went as well as could be expected. There were about 100 people who attended Liz's funeral.ing! The reception was held after the ceremony at the King's Arm.
Although Liz's funeral wasn't until 3.30 pm yesterday afternoon, we left home at 9.30 am for the one and a half hour journey up to the Funeral Directors. I had arranged for hubby and I to see Liz so we could pay her our last respects.
This left us with quite a bit of time before the service, so we decided to have a slow stroll around Great Missenden, which is the lovely little village where Liz lived.
Great Missenden is a typical English village, which is famous for being the home for the Roald Dahl family.
This famous children's author and his family were friends and neighbours of Liz. There is the Roald Dahl Museum in the village.
Photograph 1: the Red Pump Garage was featured in Roald Dahl's book called Danny Champion of the World.
Photographs: 2-4: the Roald Dahl Museum
Photograph 7: Footptints of the Big Friendly Giant - BFG - which lead to the graves.
Photograph 11: a floral model village fair being bulit by two ladies from the Amersham in Bloom Team!
This weekend I have two classes, so I have a lot to prepare and get ready! So until tomorrow, happy crafting.