After eating, it only took us about 15 minutes or less to drive out to Sanctuary Hospice House and we walked around the grounds first. A nice group of folks who were very obviously Ole Miss fans offered to take our picture all together and I have to say, his focus was about as good as MS State fan's would be! It really was a nice gesture. (I took his group together in return.) Everyone you meet there feels like family because we have all been through similar circumstances, and some are still going through them with their loved one. Sher is holding a picture of Mama.
The boys are always looking for ways to torture their sisters and Sher and I both had cicada shells or skeletons, whatever they're called, in our hair at some time while sitting here.
We walked to the courtyard and without much trouble found Mama's memorial brick. I think Morgan spotted it first. And it was on the side nearest the wing and window of Mama's room.
Sher had seen the brass plaque with Mama's name, birth date and date she died, in the gazebo, along with other patients' plaques. None of the rest of us had and she pointed it out to us easily - they were arranged by dates of their Homegoings. It was difficult to get a good picture of it because of the way it was shaded and the sun position. (If I knew how to operate my Photoshop, I would have a little arrow pointing to hers, but I think it's fairly clear.)
There is a resident cat on the grounds and of course Amy found it. We could tell it got lots of love.