For most people, we often marvel at the beauty of a sunrise or the magnificence of a full moon, but it is impossible to fathom the magnitude of the universe that surrounds us.
Richard H. Baker
Yesterday morning I walked from 8:00-9:00 a.m. Very warm, yes, but bearable. It's amazing how the smallest grove of trees or bushes can literally cool the air down.
As you can see, there was nothing but blue skies. When I took this next photo, there was a guy passing me in his car who rolled down his window and looked up. He probably thought, what the heck is she looking at?
But seriously, how can you not be mesmerized by perfectly blue skies and gorgeous green leaves and beautiful blooms?
Today started off the same.
Nothing but blue.
A friend and I decided to explore a couple of new places we hadn't been to before. I found Someday Cafe via Instagram so we headed there for breakfast. Non-descript from the outside, but inside was completely different.
Quaint, shabby chic, comfy, cozy.
With good food in just the right portion sizes.
Enough for 2.
An hour later, as we left the restaurant, this is what we were greeted with. Same palm tree, different sky. An unexpected dust storm came blowing through.
Our next stop was the old American Mission Hospital built in the early 1900's which has now been turned into a cultural center.
We weren't able to take photographs inside but had a nice walk-through seeing Splendors of the Ancient East, Loans from the Kuwait National Museum, and Verses of the Holy Qur'an on Works of Art.
A lovely morning spent with a very good friend.
I'm hoping that blue skies will have returned by tomorrow.
Wishing you all a wonderful new week.