Some things don’t need a lot of explanations; but my feverish need to complete this art piece became all too clear after we watched the ten o’clock news and found out tonight was the full “Pink moon”. Yeah, so I’m a Cancer. Like I said, it explains a lot about the last few days.
Welcome to today’s rainbow moment. 😏
I hope everyone has a wonderful week. Don’t let this one pull your strings too tightly. 😉💕
PS I named the piece Midnight Flight of the Faeries. Guess I may change it to Pink Flight at Midnight. 😊
I thoroughly love spending time near the Atlanta BeltLine, so was not disappointed when last week’s work event was held near one of the best areas of it. It was the finale to a vision fundraiser ending with a walk on the BeltLine. I had planned ahead because I had a special little gift for someone who lives there, though we have never met.
Oh! And I did make some new friends! 😀
Real out of townets
Oh…what? Yes! My tiny friend and my little gift. I adore the #tinydoors folks and made a special gift to leave for them at my favorite door.
Who lives behind such lovely door?
Who knows? But I left them a gift for the tiny garden!
My very favorite tiny door…so far!
And here is one other for you. This one is so unreachable I have no idea how any one but a real faerie could have put it there!
We had a nice walk down the BeltLine where local artists share a myriad of eclectic designs and grafitti. Hubby spotted this one and we had to get a closer look…
Eeeek!! We need to close that door! Pronto! 😱
What better way to cool off than with a tasty fresh made popsicle from Atlanta’s own #Kingofpops and if you want an adult version, they make them in their shops. Such imagination and yumminess all in one. For our event I chose an Orange Cream Pop.
This is our group photo. It was a gorgeous day.
This is for a very devoted Doors Poster. Visit Dan’s blog for some amazing doors!
Some random moments aren’t strange or weird but still unexpected. I try to enjoy these tiny miracles that find us when we sometimes need them most. I think from now on I’ll think of them as ‘rainbow moments’-miracles we sometimes miss. I’m sharing mine with you.