A Walk in the Park

Studly Doright played in his golf club’s annual members’ tournament this weekend, so I had great heaps of time all to myself on Saturday and Sunday. There weren’t any estate sales within easy driving distance, but I found ways to spend money anyway.

By far the best activity I engaged in this weekend was a walk through Dorothy B. Oven Park in midtown Tallahassee. I’ve likely driven past this park hundreds of times, but never really paid it much attention. This weekend, though, there was an arts and crafts show taking place there, so I thought I’d give it a go.

After strolling through the booths I took off down a path and discovered just how lovely this little park is.

The weather was perfect for a walk in the park, so I lingered awhile. Afterwards I walked back to the craft booths where I bought one little picture.

It looks sweet in my “Beach Bedroom.”

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

11 thoughts on “A Walk in the Park”

    1. I realized as I was walking through the park just how fortunate I was to have green trees and lovely flowers and warm weather when so many others are already shivering from the cold. I’m heading north to Nashville, Tennessee, this weekend, and while I doubt I’ll see snow, I know it’s going to be a lot colder than it is here in Tallahassee.

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      1. It’s early, even for Toronto. Most of the northern States along the mid and western border already saw a lot of snow. Ugh.

        I don’t mind snow but can we wait for December? Sheesh.

        Anyway. Lovely, your pictures. 🙂

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