Here's this week's finished mandala. In case you didn't see the mandala book, take a look at this post. I'm looking forward to creating a mandala a week. I will be posting each new mandala every Monday until my journal is complete and spring is arriving.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
I actually have a few photos to share today. I spent some time driving around and just sitting at a park enjoying the beautiful day we had yesterday. Come along on my journey!
My first stop was Harvey's Farm Market, in Fairport. I love this little market - they've always got great produce and I appreciate the time they take to arrange their displays. It makes you want one of everything.
I left the market with potatoes and apples in tow. You do know that I'll be baking apple pies, right? Hopefully, they will be photo worthy!
After I left Harvey's, I continued through Fairport and decided to drive along the Grand River and the stone docks. I wasn't disappointed. A rather long ship, the Joseph H Thompson, was docked and unloading gravel. I did a Google search and found a very interesting history on this 706 foot ship. She's been in use since 1944 and was used during war time. Have a look HERE. I wasn't able to capture the entire ship in one frame.
After I watched the ship for a little while, I ventured off to a local park where I could sit near the Grand River and just enjoy the warmth of the sun. This park must be a well kept secret, because there are never very many people here. That suits me fine.
It was a gorgeous day, but still there were little reminders everywhere that winter is right around the corner. I know sunny and mid 60 degree days are numbered, so I was happy to be outdoors and soaking up some sun.
Have a great week, and as always, take time for YOU as you "Celebrate, LOVE, and Create!"