A little of this, a lot of that
I hope that this little mound is the grave of a pet and not a memorial to someone who was hit by a car while crossing the street. There was no marker, just the flowers beside the sidewalk on a lot between two buildings.
Below are police stations, old and new. The new one is not much larger than the old but it probably has internet, etc. as well as electricity and phone lines.
Below is a handsome building that was once the town hall. On the side face there are windows trimmed in a burnt orange color. Very nice with the bricks. The building has been a restaurant, an office building and many other things. Check out the sidewalk.
And here is the library. I haven't been in it but intend to go. It is hard to think that their collection is extensive, but one should not judge a book by its cover or a library by its storefront. It is rather cute.
Now I need to get to the painting, which has been ignored over much of the holiday season. I did envision a new piece last night and got up to sketch it so I wouldn't forget but I have to look at it in the light of day to decide if I want to commit to it. My resolution this year, my word for the year, is "deepen" and I want to deepen the thought that goes into my work as well as the other parts of my life. Do you have a word for the year? Please share it with me if you do.
Please feel free to comment or just to let me know how things are going with your endeavors.