These vines are being trained to become a wall of greenery someday. The tendrils look as strong as any rope.
I caught this guy staring at me during breakfast.
I’ve got my books, my music, and my favorite chair… life is good!
The town of Gainesville, GA has a lovely square, and on this particular weekend an arts festival was in full swing… literally. Along with booths filled with fun and quirky artwork, we also enjoyed several troupes of young people dancing in beautiful costumes to native steps and music.
While visiting the garden in Gainesville, H and I were delighted to experience its current exhibit, Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks. This installation showcases fourteen larger-than-life sculptures by artist Sean Kenney, all created with hundreds of thousands of LEGO bricks. The detail was amazing. Here are a few of our favorites.
Sister S and I are in the matching red hoodies flanking a neighbor. H thinks we look like little yard gnomes, and I have to agree… but I’m not feeling the magic or fun.
Each year the United Methodist Women of our church make scores of apple pies for their annual November craft show. I can always tell it’s fall when the apples show up in the kitchen.