14 August 2013

. . . i love to see the temple . . .

. . . oh my . . .
. . . this is the enormous 
north lawn of the temple . . .
. . . the one you see 
when driving down main street . . .
. . . the one where you 
{and thousands of your closest friends} 
sit to watch the easter pageant . . .
. . . the one where the larger than life camels 
and three wise men 
stand during the christmas season . . .
. . . the one that provides an unobstructed view 
of the visitors center christus . . .
. . . what in the world have they done 
to the north lawn? . . .


. . . they've removed all the grass . . .
. . . redone the sprinkler system . . .
. . . installed some sort of 
reinforcement system . . .
. . . and planned for more efficient drainage . . .
. . . tomorrow evening, 
manymanymany youth 
{and their leaders} 
will convene to lay new sod . . .
. . . this very important north lawn 
will be good as new 
{actually even better} 
before we know it . . .

. . . also --- if you've attended the temple lately ---
 you know things there are even better . . . 
. . . it's a very lovely place to be . . .


1 comment:

Nedra said...

we always just walk up the front steps, so I haven't even noticed the back lawn re-do. Tonight I will walk over and see the latest.