What resonated with me most this week was being in Boston for what Mayor Walsh named "One Boston Day" - a day for people to perform acts of kindness towards others on this 2 year anniversary of the bombing. After an event at the State House I walked over to the marathon finish line. The memorial brought tears to my eyes, but what I chose to share from this day was a photo from Old South Church's resiliency project. They had a couple large posters stating "Resiliency is...." and invited people to write what it meant to them. I stood, watched and read comments for a while, it was a very touching way to remember the day.
As for the other days this week:
Sunday - We spent time with my kids' nanny from years back who now has children of her own. My son loves spending time with them and I caught a special moment in an archway of a local "castle".
Monday - Prepping sugar cookies for a New England airedale gathering tomorrow. Froze them for when I had more time to be creative. :)
Tuesday - Finally! Crocus blooms in the yard!
Wednesday - Resiliency project by Old South Church. I love the "T" sign in the background.
Thursday - "Cheated" and used a photo from Wednesday. I walked to the ducklings in Public Garden to see if they would be donning a wardrobe. Sure enough, Momma Duck had the whole familyi in their spring bonnets.
Friday - After work I decided to decorate the airedale cookies, I think they turned out pretty well!
Saturday - Went to a wine tasting with a dear friend and these caught my eye. Our local liquor store had a remodel and now has a high focus on craft beers. I have always loved looking at the labels, they're so creative.
Have a great week!