At the beginning of May, we journeyed back to Ohio, where we visited friends, before attending the Kentucky Derby. As we drove up the road to our friends' house, I was thrilled to see that their dogwoods were in bloom. Here are a couple of picture I took during our visit.
The first photo symbolizes a decision. Which fork will I take? The second photo symbolizes a journey into the unknown. What lies ahead?
After we visited our friends we spent the day before the Kentucky Derby exploring Cincinnati, the city where we met and got married. We did a number of things that we never did while we lived there. We walked along the river front on the banks of the Ohio River. The river walk wasn't there when we lived there before so we had an excuse for not having done that.
We also visited a cemetery. When my husband said the number three thing on the list of tourist attractions in Cincinnati is a cemetery, I had to laugh, but after our visit I understood why it is number three on the list. Here are just a couple of photos I took in Spring Grove Cemetery.
Whenever I take a trip, I always wonder how I can work that into a book. What kind of story do you think I could write that would incorporate these places?
I will give away the first two books in my Village of Hope series to one person who leaves a comment. I will draw the winner on May 18, 2016.
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