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Did y’all know that Beyonce bought a church last month in New Orleans? Some people think she wants to become a preacher. They have been joking on the internet wondering if she will still sing and dance (and twerk) or will she just twerk for cheese-zues? If you click on the URL at the bottom of the article you will see an instagram photo of people in a California church having Beyonce mass…

 

 

Praise Bey! Beyonce Buys Church in New Orleans—and Fans Are Ready for Worship

| May 22, 2018

Fresh off her dominating performance at Coachella, Beyoncé—according to reports or, at least, a trust associated with the megastar—has purchased a 100-year-old church in New Orleans. Located in the Garden District, it’s just a few blocks away from where her sister, Solange, lives.

The church was built in 1900 and was sitting empty after the deaths of many of its worshippers, according to the New Orleans Times–Picayune. The stone building with 7,500 square feet of interior space and 18-foot ceilings was listed for $850,000.

The property was purchased on May 11 by the Noble Jones Trust, which also owns a home on Saint Ann Street, where the sisters, their mother, Tina Knowles, and the rest of the family have been seen during Mardi Gras.

Another home in the Garden District, just five blocks away from the church, is a $2.5 million stunner that has been linked to Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment company.

There’s no telling what Queen Bey has in store for the space. It’s zoned to allow “limited non-residential uses such as places of worship, historic neighborhood commercial establishments, and recreational facilities that are compatible with surrounding residential neighborhoods,” according to the city. This means the church could remain a house of worship, be turned into an epic home, or become a spot for the BeyHive to get in formation.

The “Lemonade” singer is married to JAY Z, and they are parents to Blue Ivy, 6, and 1-year-old twins Rumi and Sir. Beyoncé certainly wouldn’t have any trouble drawing a crowd on Sundays.

Last month, Grace Cathedral in San Francisco held a Beyoncé Mass and packed the house. Perhaps the entertainment powerhouse smells a fresh business opportunity? Or perhaps that’s just the scent of incense burning near the altar.

In the Garden: This Post Is Not For the Fearful: Don’t Scroll Down

Apple trees are planted. I also planted the peach and lemon trees but I did not take a picture because I’m not done with the area yet.

Front garden.

a closer view of the blooms. Oh yeah, the tree leans because a hurricane bent my tree over but it’s still beautiful.

Watermelon jungle.

This water-moccasin was just under the tree in the front yard with the pink blooms that you see above. When I went to water because it has been very dry lately, it moved when the water from the sprinkler hit it. A Hebrew man (relative) killed the snake. In the picture above, the man rolled the snake over for the picture although it looks alive. The man crushed its head.

It seems this snake was terrorizing the neighborhood for a few days. My young neighbor said it was on his front door step the day before and he shewed it away with a broom. He said he had no shovel to kill it and he did not know how to kill the snake. He also said it was in his next door neighbor’s yard. From reading his face, he looked so glad that it was finally dead…Two days later, when I was going to work two buzzards were eating the snake and flew off when I was approaching my car.

I made a post awhile back called ‘interesting movie’. It was about this movie called ‘the conjuring’. A couple of weeks ago, I watched ‘the conjuring part 2’. The most memorable thing about that movie to me was that the mother chained the little girl’s room shut so that she would not sleep walk in there at night (because the portal was opened in her room with an Ouija board). However, the demon(s) would make her sleep walk downstairs then TELEPORT her into the room from the downstairs ceiling into the floor of the room and into the room itself!! At the end, they thought the portal was closed but 40 years later the mother died in the same chair that the previous owner had died in….they noted it at the end…because well…it seemed strange and there is no such thing as coincidence…

In the Garden

I bought another lemon tree, this time an Eureka lemon, similar to the Meyer lemons that you buy at the grocery store. Now I have the old Ponderosa lemon tree and this new one. The Pondersosa lemon tree was beat up during one very cold night we had this past winter. I have not seen many flowers on it so far this year but it is still green.  I just have one more fruit tree that I want to buy.

I bought this all yellow-flowered hibiscus to match my lemon tree(s). However, the day after I took this photo, a deer came and ate all the flowers and some leaves off of it. I planted some marigolds around it. Supposedly, deer and other animals do like the marigold smell. I will see if this applies to deer…