|Kilmartin Chapel Graveyard
But, oh what pretty graveyards they are! Each time we pass one I hesitate, wanting so badly to stop and take a leisurely stroll. They are so frequently seen here in the tiny towns we pass one can almost forget that each marker represents a life gone (and sometimes 3-5 family members stacked right on top of each other). I read the inscriptions and ponder that despite the years that have passed (sometimes more than 100), that person is being thought of on this day simply because I have stopped. Since I am feeling rather lazy, I end this particular post with some photos. May you all live to be 100 (if that's what you'd like) and end up having your names read 100 years from now!
|At Dunstaffnage near the Chapel
|Chapel at Dunstaffnage.