How We Will All Wind Up

Bill Jeffcoat

Bill Jeffcoat

Bill Jeffcoat was a lifelong writer and chronicler of his life’s events.  In today’s post, we would like to share a story from Bill involving himself, a dog, and an open grave.

“If buried in the Abilene Cemetery, and someone wants to find your grave, it will be like this: Sec. 11, Lot 9, Space 889, even if you do not have a gravestone marker.

“It is not easy to be the caretaker of the cemetery.  On digging the grave, all kinds of problems come up, such as large tree roots and sinking sand when you go down six feet. Read More→

The Small Town Photographer

Bill Jeffcoat

Bill Jeffcoat

 

A note from Bill Jeffcoat about being a small town photographer:

“One of the delights was one got in on a lot of social and family events by taking photos at the location.  Weddings, family gatherings, reunions, class reunions, whatever when those who could, hired a photographer.

“Knowing all the people, the cameraman would just hang around after his job and visit and socialize.  Normally, he would not be invited to these affairs, but it gave him a chance to observe the family interacting with each other and record all of this in his mind to mull over and think about the small town society as part of his life also.”