two posts down I posted the half way point of our full weekend. Left you all with the couples dancing under the stars and raindrops. Here is the second half. It was all positive. .
By this time I’d been up to many hours as I had to create my hat My best time is two A.M. when everything is quiet in the house. I pulled out Leonard Cohen’s music and listened to Hallelujah again. Made it a late Sunday morning in bed. Try to not get up before I’ve seen “Sunday Morning” in bed. Then it was a go slow Sunday. A day reserved for my better half. Found this quote in one of my magazines and took a quick shot with my iPad. Good to be reminded whats important.
Totally lost track of time and knew we would eat at the Taco Lady as our friends had invested so much time making it fresh again. Alas they were closed by the time we got hungry, so enjoyed eating al fresco with our favorite neighbors. The pace picked up again Monday morning as it is May 5, 2014Cinco de Mayo, not to late to support your local Taco Lady. En route a stop at the post office to send out the thank you notes for all the assistance, with the Mail-Art Reception.
Another stop at the Lake Worth Art League as there was an art change out. This means there will be an art opening this coming Sunday at 3 p.m. and on to our destination to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Taco Lady. Found a a full house there, with patrons claiming that it was they who are depicted in the hot air balloons.
The mural was painted by Lake Worth artist Buttons Brokovitch. It was a family affair as this picture below shows,
Terry, her husband also took part as did artist Chris Gostling. It took a village and they completed it all and in record time with love and attention to details that money can’t buy. After a great breakfast burrito a leisure stroll back home to my back yard to continue working on my Labyrinth.