He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not. Or I just hate this flower. Photo from a hike Sarah went on.
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Over the weekend a ring around the sun formed from tiny crystals in the atmosphere. Both Sarah and I snapped pictures of it in different places around Eugene.
I love this puppy, but I’m still glad he isn’t mine. Spent the afternoon wandering the dog park with my Sister and her two puppies.
I decided to whip out my paint brushes and easel yesterday for the first time in a long while. This was my first attempt to paint a cloud, so don’t laugh too hard. What do you see in the clouds?
Here is a progression of the painting:
Step 1: Sky
Step 2: The Cloud
Step 3: The Ground
I think the cloud looks like a nose diving grey penguin. You?
A day with more sunlight than ever, Sweet Cheeks Winery wrangled in the summer solstice with a super sweet celebration.
With more grey days this spring than I think anyone expected, it felt like summer would never come. Did we even have a spring in Eugene? So with light lasting well into the evening, Eugenian’s were ready to party when the sun finally came out – and just in time for the first day of summer.
The patio at Sweet Cheeks even before the event officially started was jam-packed with winos basking in the sun. Selling wine by the bottle and spreading the love, Sweet Cheeks welcomed from large groups to couples for the evening.
Overlooking the vineyards as the sun set, the music went up. Grooving to the sounds of reggae led by Norma Fraser the celebration quickly turned from sitting to standing as guests took to the dance floor.
The wine liven the night and as the stars scattered the sky, we all drank in the start summer.
“Summer Solstice is one of the great turning points of the year, when the sun is at its peak and the days abound with the promise of life’s fullness. It is a serenely powerful time in which the beauty of the natural world can infuse our spirit, bring us alive to the present, and perhaps awaken a deeper sense of relatedness to the community of life, to the Earth, and to the cosmos.” – Paul Winter
These flowers were delivered to our office last week. They bloomed into these beautiful large pedals.
On our second stop on the South Willamette Barrel Tour today, we visited Sarver Winery. Here is a foggy overlook of their estate vineyards.