Off and on over the past year or so, I have watched bits and pieces of Schitt’s Creek, but have never gone out of my way to view it regularly. Just yesterday, though, I was mesmerized by several back to back episodes, and have concluded that this is a brilliant production, featuring extremely talented actors.
Now that we are supposed to spend more time at home, I will maybe find time to check out what I’ve missed — on the smaller screen.
Of course, I added some hearts, some x’s and o’s, and “Mom!” and then drew a leprechaun inside — just for fun — for Mom!
According to some researchers, there are health and psychological benefits to spending time on a childhood activity we once loved: colouring.
I do believe this upcoming premier event should be on everyone’s calendar.
“Why?” you may ask. “What’s so special about Terrasse en Art?”
Yes, Carley loves Gerbera daisies.
And yes, . . . she is very cheerful.
‘Nuff said. 🙂
Yes, I had to extend my patience to capture these Painted Ladies! A tripod and remote shutter-release were mostly useless with these fluttering beauties. The colours were worthy of my efforts even though the sharpness was compromised.
Although the mosquitos tried to spoil our fun, . . .
it was a perfect evening for using up some of our flood-damaged wood that had been accumulating in the fire pit, and, . . . for finishing a bottle of wine.
The Franklin had been feeling neglected, so we made her happy too.
I bought these in Ontario on Easter weekend, but alas! they are long gone.
Audrey, I look forward to my next visit so I can buy more!
Metaphors abound with this expression, . . .
but, I’m using it today to mean taking a break–today I will visit my friend.
Here’s a fun little song by Taj Mahal with a hint at another meaning. 🙂
We hear it often, “No, thank you; I really don’t need anything for Mother’s Day. I have everything I could wish for.”
Anyone for a cuppa?
This shows the results of some recent playtime with a smart phone app and Instagram.