Sunday, March 20, 2011

MACON'S THICK WITH CHERRY BLOSSOM VISITORS AND PINE POLLEN AND CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES AT SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH, MACON, GEORGIA!

This Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM we have an organ recital in the Church featuring Gail Archer. Then tomorrow at 7:30 PM we have an organ and brass concert; then on Thursday we have Solemn Sung Vespers with a Eucharistic Procession in the Church, Exposition and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Be there or be square!
My white Honda Accord, Fr. Justin's black truck and others covered in green pine pollen!

The green thick stuff that sticks in your throat! O the joy of Spring and the Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon. Note the Cherry tree in full bloom, a light pink, but the thick green pollen is from the pine trees, you can taste it! The Cherry trees all through Macon are splendid, thousands of visitors!

A better view of one of Macon's Cherry trees, 300,000 in Macon, this is the only one on the Church's property next to the rectory.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess I'll have to wash my car after I get there next week. Small price to pay for a free peek at Spring.

rcg

Anonymous said...

We went on Sunday to see the parade and were a bit dissapointed in that Cherry St was not covered w/Cherry blossoms. But the parade was nice, and long. :0/