Here are some pictures from an Atlanta trip recently. There’s a post from my first Atlanta visit last year here.
Love, Peace & Joy
Take off from BWI…up and aup we go!
Moonshine from Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint. This drink was way too strong for me. I was buzzed from just three sips but I drank it all…(not so smart I should say)
daytime view from my hotel room
night time view from hotel room
the weather was beautiful so I walked through Midtown
This was really inspiring. It applies to the sculpture in the next picture.
In Woodruff Park. Check out previous picture for the description of this sculpture.
you all know I love sunsets
Today was a sweet reminder of how much I am loved and appreciated – I think I forget that sometimes. I was happily overwhelmed with kindness, well-wishes, yummy food and desserts, and most importantly the nurturing love of friends and family. May I press on toward the beautiful future God has planned for me.
I woke up early this morning and sought to see the sun rise above the eastern side of Baltimore. I especially enjoyed the marvellous cloud patterns in the sky. It was a tad cold but what a treat!
Pleasant View Gardens
“And for those of you who may be feeling sadness and disconnection with all holiday merriment imagery. Be kind to yourself. You are loved and lovable!” – Gregg Masters
Sunshine on a winter day never felt as sweet as it was today.
Can you see the birds?
This chirpy bunch kept me entertained as I waited at the bus stop next to the tree a few days ago.
“Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.” – Allen Klein
I went to a book sale at my local library, and came across this haiku as I was browsing the books. Fascinating!
There is tension in the air
It stifles the holiday cheer
The lights are bright
But the chants are louder
“We can’t breathe!”
Monument lighting ceremony
protesters all over the streets. they chanted ‘hands up – don’t shoot!’ and ‘we can’t breathe’ as they marched
heavy police presence