Monday, May 12

Country Church of the City



Things are slow on the craft-front around here as we are quickly approaching departure for a month-long family visit in Texas. So many ordinary and time-consuming things to get done that it doesn't leave much time for the creative stuff.
But since we've hit spring here, I've spent more time recognizing and remembering all the beautiful things outdoors, anyway, instead of trying to make beauty within the confines of our apartment. Here is a little church within walking distance of our place that I've always loved and finally took a picture of. I love the cute little "country" pockets you find when driving or walking through the city. Makes it feel not quite as cold here.

5 comments:

moomer said...

Reminds me of one of my favorite quotes: "The real voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." (Proust)

The Jerrolds Family said...

What a cute church! It makes me want to stroll your streets in the sunshine...

katy said...

congrats on your lollipop post on the crafty crow!! i'm going to try this for sure!

WebSurge, SA said...
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WebSurge, SA said...

My grandfather was the minister of this church for 24 years and created the garden. His name was Rev. Benjamin Martyn Will.