We went to Panajachel for the day, Crossroads Cafe is always at the top of the list of places to go. Once I got home and was grinding this freshly roasted coffee. I could not get over the smell, it was SOOO yummy, then it started to brew. I thought to myself if only I could have a scratch n sniff blog everyone would know the wonderful smell this coffee had. Here is the picture I took for you all to see, sorry it's not a scratch n sniff!! It was delicious....
Thursday, July 21, 2011
My sweet Nana went to heaven last week. She was a wonderful Godly example to me and many other people. She was beautiful inside and out. I was able to go the the funeral and spend time with my family. As I was going through old pictures while at her house I was amazed at how many people she new and prayed for. It was a great time of remembering Nana, as the whole family gathered to celebrate her life, I truly believe she would have been pleased to see us all together. Finding little notes she had written, she expressed her love for her family, and Especially her Lord and Savior!!
Below is her obituary.....Ann Crockett Reeves Duffy, age 91 went to be with her Lord on July 11, 2011 at 6 a.m. Born in Weakley County, TN on March 31, 1920. She was a Memphis resident since 1940 where She lived a full life. She served at Open Door Bible Church where she met Frank Duffy. She loved sharing her faith in the Lord Jesus, being a Sunday School Teacher, and was a leader in Bible Study Fellowship. She also served on many missions trips, hosted missionaries, was a prayer warrior, and mentor to many. She was one of the founders of Hands of Mercy women's auxiliary for the Moriah House, worked with Child Evangelism Fellowship, and was a business woman. She loved swimming and teaching how to swim. She was preceded in death by her first husband Sheriff Edward Reeves and son Charles Andrew Duffy. She leaves her husband Frank Duffy, seven children: Ann Carolyn Reeves Davie, Lynn Duffy Whetherholt, Edward Reeves Jr., Leigh Duffy Iwaszkowiec, Frank Duffy Jr., Richard Reeves, and Jane Reeves. She also leaves 23 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be July 15 at 1 p.m. and the service will be at 2:30 at Open Door Bible Church, 1792 North Parkway Memphis, TN. Burial follows in Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials can be sent to Child Evangelism Fellowship or Moriah House.
One of Nana's favorite verse was
Proverbs 3:5,6 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart;
and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths."