Representing the South and the spirit of Louisiana is this door to the home of my long time best friend. She painted it herself! I think all it needs for football season are 🐯 stripes! This door leads to a family crypt in Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska “WYUKA is a Lakota Indian word meaning “to rest” and upon entering the grounds many tell us a “feeling of calm” comes over them. You are invited to tour the 140-plus rolling acres of trees, shrubs and flower gardens that make Wyuka Cemetery one of the most quietly beautiful places in our state.” The Nebraska legislature in 1869 passed the act providing that eighty acres of land belonging to the state of Nebraska, not more than three miles distant from the state capitol building, should be selected by a board of trustees and approved by the governor as a state cemetery. The act does not name the cemetery. The name was given after the site had been located and the tradition associated with the name is that it was "