Four unrelated good things this week - going from gray to colorful:
The skyline of midtown Atlanta was lovely and mystical looking, as viewed from the parking deck of Georgia Public Broadcasting on volunteer night. We had needed rain so badly and it was welcome when it came.
More gloomy sky, but loved the cheery scarecrow wearing Santa's hat. Madison, Georgia, last Saturday.
It took all week, but I got my little tree up. It's sitting on a draped crate so that it will have more presence. :) I decorated it a little at a time and finally finished yesterday. Richie Bear was purchased at Rich's department store, in the mid-1980s, when it was still open. And the cardboard Santa to the right was given to me by my kindergarten teacher, way back when.
Coworker Bobby salvaged peppers and green tomatoes from his garden last night, since the temperature was dropping into the 20s (fahrenheit). It's cold here in the south today. I chose two red peppers that he swears won't be hot. :) It was astounding to see these garden baskets on this wintry day.
I hope your weekend is full of good things!