….week 17 brings us art, flowers, benches and more
Pam Garrison was a guest artist recently on Carla Sonheim’s Year Long Class and treated us to a lesson using random splashes of watercolour to create an art piece. Once the paint dried we had to look for shapes and bring them out with outlines of black ink.
In this piece I saw mostly flowers and some birds.
…I really should post these the night before
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…thanks to Terri for hosting Sunday Stills https://secondwindleisure.com/2021/04/18/sunday-still-monthly-color-challenge-views-in-violet/
….I thoroughly miss baking at the inn twice a week
It’s been more than a year now that the bakers and I at Montgomery’s Inn have gotten together to make and bake bread. I miss the friendships and the actual physical attributes of making dough and baking bread in a wood burning oven.
My one bright spot of the week is when I can drive to the inn to pick up fresh vegetables, eggs and meat from the Farmers’ Market. For the last two weeks the vendors have been able to set up outside. This week I took time to walk around the Inn and enjoy the views.
Thanks to Becky B for hosting BrightSquare https://beckybofwinchester.com/2021/04/16/bright-square-16/
….April showers bring May flowers
…thanks to Terri for hosting Sunday Stills https://secondwindleisure.com/2021/03/21/sunday-stills-monthly-color-challenge-spring-green/
There’s not a lot of green in Toronto yet so I had to look to the green grocers for shots of green.
….I can only hope but I’m not holding my breath
The last 10 days have been glorious. It started last week when we travelled to Niagara Falls for the day and the temperature rose to 20 degrees celsius. That practically t-shirt weather. I’ve seen signs of an early spring almost every day but in between we’ve had a few chilly days. Here are a few sure signs that spring isn’t far off.
People wearing shorts and t-shirts, enjoying the sun in the park, drinking coffee outside, daffodils in the markets, children playing in the park, wildflowers popping up through the brown leaves, beaver activity and grass turning green.