7th February, 2010
In honor of Mami at Sundays In My City; today my post will give you a glimpse as to what my city looked like on Sunday. Hop on over to Mami's blog and visit some of the other beautiful and interesting city sights from around the country.
I know, right!
About a block to the South of the cottage is a beautiful park. When we first moved here it was just a parking lot. Now it's a family playground with swings and slides for the kids. Also, it is the entrance to Fletcher's Cove. The view has been memorialized on my blog many times. Some of you have been on walks with me that started right here at Fletchers Cove. In the summertime there are free concerts, and families and friends gather with their picnics to enjoy live music, a little bit of kid karaoke, and spectacular sunsets.
Faith is to believe what you do not yet see; the reward for this faith is to see what you believe. (St Augustine)
Thank you Mr. Fletcher!
The base of the sculpture was created by local resident Dennis Higgins, and was designed to mimic the waves and pick up the flows, curves and shapes of the trees. I think he succeeded very well indeed!
Last weekend we went to a Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras party on Saturday. So I guess I can wish you all a happy Sunday on Monday! Thanks for linking up to Sunday's In My City.