Having a picnic.
Enjoying the sprinkler pad.
Feeding the geese.
Nana and Papa.
The park wasn't crowded that evening and the only noisemakers were the ducks and geese.
The sun was just beginning to set.
In April each year Muskogee has an Azalea Festival with a parade to welcome visitors to our area. People from all parts of the country will come just to see the azaleas in the park. There are hundreds of them in colors of white, pink, orange, lavender and red. Dogwoods and redbuds will be in bloom also. But for this time of year we will be enjoying the turning of the leaves on the hundreds of trees in the park. When I was a child our family renamed the park after my mother (not officially) because it was her favorite place in Muskogee. When I was older my parents built a home within walking distance of the park. Each time I go I think of her.