Quite a different morning from yesterday’s spring-like weather! On my walk today I was wearing a shirt, two sweatshirts, and my winter coat; tights and sweatpants. It’s cold out there.
Anyway, my husband and I did a few miles on the Pennypack Rail Trail. This is a long-familiar location; I must’ve walked or run hundreds, if thousands, of miles here over the last ten years or so.
I chose a small painting, 6″ x 6″, for today’s drop off. It’s one I did some time back, 2018, I see from my records – I’m going through my inventory and sending these out into the world, as well as new ones that I am making now.
We’re expecting snow/sleet/rain over the next day. I chose a sheltered location – one of the old control boxes from when this was an active rail line. I have left many items in it over the years. Not too long ago, someone added the words you see above the top shelf. I like the message and I hope my painting fits in.
Here is the whole scene as you might come up upon it on the trail.
All right, that is it for today! Happy Thursday.
I love how vibrant that painting is and how it suggests Spring growth and then the promise of summer – just what we need on this bitterly cold and grey day. You will absolutely brighten someone’s day.
I hope so. We are so close to spring, we need to hang on just a little longer.