Three photos that have been hanging out on my desktop - three good things that gave me pleasure:
Milledgeville, Georgia on April 11, with cousin Susan - this photo was taken from inside the tour trolley. I wish those colorful irises showed up better (click to enlarge.) The corner of Hancock and Clark was humming with activity - lots of college students walking about on a fine, warm day. Milledgeville was the antebellum capitol of Georgia and the Governor's mansion can be seen across the street there.
"The French Market & Tavern" in Locust Grove, Georgia, as we were about to part at the end of the day. A great find! Located in an old hardware store, the owners have made this old building their own by incorporating New Orleans style cuisine, with wonderful things to browse in the adjoining shop. We spotted some people dining Al fresco in the courtyard, as we were leaving. Love that flowering vine - I think it is Carolina Jessamine.
The Goldfinch earlier this year, so I sent this photo out to the group by email - sparking lots of back and forth discussion of birds in their gardens.
I hope you have a beautiful weekend, full of good things!