Yes, she has sat out in front for years as a place to have people join us for the start of the tours, for Yoga, for massage, for meditation, and to simply ruminate on life and spirit. That was all before we even finished her so you can imagine what a wonderful life she still has ahead of her.
The Forget Me Not Chapel is still here at TTH and I never will forget so many who have come of age.
The Forget Me Not Chapel sits thee quiet and alone. It still is not quite finished though its been here for so long. Here you see the rafter tails before we added the facia with the scalloped bottoms. They came from the La Vernia bootcamp.
Soon she goes into place where she can hold weddings, gatherings for celebration of many events, and more, possibly by the pond in Salvage, Texas as it is now slated, with a minister on call to join people in matrimony if they wish, or other ways of celebrating life. The Tiny Texas Houses on the far shore will be there for brides and grooms, family and friends, so that all can share in the beauty of both the woods, nature, the event, and the memories for years to come. Who knows, they may even merit a Tiny Texas House instead of a giant expensive wedding and honeymoon… for a novel concept in how to help the next generation come around to a new way of living that is nearly free.
Time to finish Forget Me Not Chapel and put her into service to the people.
The windows came from Buffalo NY where they were hand etched with little crosses on the upper panes.
Here you cans see how nicely the facia changes the look of the chapel.
This will be the crowning touch behind the steeple that still must go up upon the roof. Yes, we have done it before.
Forget Me Not from the inside looking out. This is all original textured glass from Buffalo NY too.
front door view without the coming hand railings.
Inside view of the pulpit.
Forget me not window on the front door stops prying eyes.
As the world turns, so does the pulpit. A close up view of the doors turned sideways to form the wainscot. Tin Ceiling is fine too. Beaded wood on walls was made from salvage 2×4’s. Windows all from Buffalo NY.