The picture is of Anne Hathaway's home in Stratford-upon-Avon. A little history follows: William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway were granted a marriage licence by the Bishop of Worcester. They were married at Temple Grafton, a village approximately five miles (8 km) from Stratford. After their marriage , as was the custom, Anne Hathaway Shakespeare would have left her home at Hewland Farm to live with William Shake-speare in his father, John Shakespeare's house on Henley Street in Stratford. Six months after the wedding and marriage, in May 1583, Anne and William became the parents of Susanna, the reason for Will and Anne Hathaway having to marry with such haste. The baptism of Susanna was conducted on May 26, in Stratford Parish Church. Will and his wife Anne Hathaway started their married life in Stratford.
Ed and I were in England and Scotland in May/June of 2008 and we saw incredible places. One of the castles we enjoyed because it was furnished and showed a lot of historical artifacts was Warwick Castle. This was one suit of armor on display.
As you can see by my last few pictures I am into my archives for pictures because I will never get caught up at this point and I've taken some pictures in the past that I feel are worth sharing.
We had a close friend pass away and it's been a difficult couple of weeks. On top of that, my former job has called me back to work which involves a long commute to and from so I'm putting in long hours.
The picture is from the chapel dedicated to the veterans at Edinburgh Castle. It was a very small chapel but had wonderful stained glass windows.