Monday, September 27, 2021

Meandering Mishref

 Yesterday we had a sandstorm so it was a stay inside kinda day, but today there were blue skies and a breeze so I headed out to one of my favorite areas for walking.

I usually start out on the walking path, but then on the way back meander through the neighborhood to get a different view.

I like how the homeowner here trained the bushes to shade the drinking fountain.
It's always fun to see how people decorate their yards.
And I always love seeing a utility building painted with artwork and made pretty. 
Hope that you are all doing well.
Sending love your way.
Happy Monday!


Delighted Hands said...

I had to do a double-take on the 'tree' on the building--I thought it was real at first! lol
Very nice to start the day with a walk with you! Beautiful.

Wanda said...

What a special walk. Love the different ways people decorate their yards too. Love the heart on the tree. Tree lovers, and tree huggers. HaHa.

Miss Merry said...

Such a lovely spot to walk. And I spot a heart!

Betsy said...

I enjoyed seeing all of your photos around town. It's always nice to see how others live. We're enjoying getting to know your town through the walk.

Susan said...

Hello Tammy....How wonderful you are still faithful with your walks. I love seeing your photos. The pink bush is especially lovely. And, of course, I LOVE your hearts! Thanks for your sweet visits and comments, too. Hug. Susan

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

Beautiful walk...and great art, both in the painted tree and the hedge ! Anyway, it's been a long time since I've visited your blog and I'm glad I stopped by today ! Have a good rest of the week !.

Serena Lewis said...

A lovely walk, Tammy...thanks for taking us along. I loved the painted tree on the building and, of course, your crochet hearts.

I hope you have a nice, peaceful week. x

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
What a bubbly post with lovely flowers and happy things that people do create for uplifting their spirit.
There are still many little miracles around us; we just have to get out and see them!
I've had a stressful day yesterday, driving back and forth to Atlanta for our car's 1st checkup. Which went fine and it was complimentary. On the way back we got stuck in traffic for one hour... not so good!
And I heard on my iPhone an incoming message when almost home... turned out the eldest son of dear friends (he himself passed away on Dec 5, 2019) had passed away yesterday. Too young and leaving an 11.5 year old boy and his wife behind.
It hits you hard.
Big hugs,

Angie said...

Tammy - thanks for sending love our way - all is well here in Autumn-y Montana!

Crafty in the Med said...

Thorough enjoyed this glimpse of where you like to walk and what you spot on the way. Like yourself I do like to see a shabby building used for some interesting artwork and it is fascinating what they can do with hedges. I recently saw some giraffes cut out from the bushes in the middle of a roundabout. I need to go back and take a photo :-) Love your crochet hearts! I hope you are feeling better. keep well Amanda x said...

I love seeing your walks. Our temps are dropping and fall is here in full. I am loving it. Have a great week. Kit

handmade by amalia said...

I love it when people plant for shade and you can walk in all weathers. I also love the painted tree.

Dee said...

The water fountain bush is so cool. Gives you a little shade while you get water.

Rostrose said...

Dearest Tammy,
I am also always happy when the walls of factories or other farm buildings are beautifully painted. Sometimes it is even illegal grafitties that still beautify the houses.
I hope you are fine, even if traveling is almost impossible at the moment. I keep my fingers crossed for you that it will be better next year!
Hugs and all the best,

Maya Kuzman said...

Isn't it fulfilling to be able to witness the small beauties and treasures along your walks! I admire your "eye" to spot those little treasures!

Susan said...

Hi Tammy....Thanks so much for stopping by. I am doing okay and hope you are, too. You are still walking and still making sweet hearts so those are both good signs. We are at the end of autumn here, awaiting winter's stinging cold. How are your boys doing? Where are they now? Hugs. Susan

Terra said...

Pretty scenes and touches of added beauty along the way on your walk. I hope you are well, I see no post for a couple months. Maybe you are traveling?

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