After church we went to see the traveling Dignity Memorial Wall that I posted about coming to Memphis a couple of weeks ago. Even though is was 100 degrees outside, I really wanted my kids to see it. They may not look exactly happy in the picture because they were very hot standing on the black walkway in front of a black wall but they really did enjoy it. The volunteers who were there did a great job of making sure people were safe in the heat. They had shuttle service from the parking area to the space where they wall was. Our shuttle driver was an elderly gentleman who was very nice and he told me about how he transports cancer patients to their treatments during the week and he also serves as an escort to take WWII vets on trips. That was so inspirational. He may never know this but he really blessed me with his servant’s heart. The spirit of everyone out there was just so sweet. I don’t know if it was because of the meaning behind why we were there or what but I was just really impressed with how kind and compassionate everyone was to each other even in 100 degree weather.
If you would like to find out if the traveling wall is coming to your area, you can check the schedule here.
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