This weekend The Husband was at home, and for a change he wasn't "hiding" behind a barricade of all sorts of medical books. He had a real "just-to-enjoy" weekend.
Saturday morning, we had a lazy breakfast with coffee and a strawberry jam. Then we got in the car and went on a little road trip to Bentonville and Fayetteville. Teenager refused to come with us, claiming his weekend sleep.
Our thirst for an art was satisfied at Crystal Bridges Museum.
|George Henry Smillie Coastal Scene, New York|
|Charles Demuth, Sail: In Two Movements|
|Mary Cassat Summertime|
|William Trost Richards Along the Shore|
|Hans Hofmann, Sun at the Wall|
|And more sun outdoor...|
|...while hiking numerous trails around the museum|
Life is not just black and white, or gray.
It has many colors, we only need to stop and see it.
Have a good week, and have a simple things to enjoy, my friends!
Wonderful pictures! Beautiful day. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Yes it was a very good day indeed.Delete
very true.. there are many shads & colors.. loved the weekend with you :)..ReplyDelete
Thank you. I am glad you do :)Delete
Love your pics and that burger looks mighty fine!! Glad to find your blog :)ReplyDelete
Yes, that burger was mighty fine indeed, so delicious! That's another thing I want to master!Delete
That portobello burger looks amazingly delicious! I might buy some mushrooms next week to make one :)ReplyDelete
and please, post it so I can learn how to make it too! :)Delete
Sounds like your day was filled with beautiful scenery, photography, art and food - nothing could ever soothe the soul more :DReplyDelete
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That is true, art and food go perfectly well together.Delete
Sounds like a perfect weekend - I have to remember to do this more often and have some completely work-free weekends.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a plan, I need to remind it myself quite often as well.Delete
I love couple and family time together. Sounds like a fantastic and relaxing weekend.ReplyDelete
Rest does wonders to a person's soul. :)Delete
Nice! I love lazy breakfasts and I love art museums. I am happy for you that you had a very good day with your dear husband!ReplyDelete
I am happy too, especially when it's rare occasion at this time...Delete
Good reminder! It looks like a lovely day!ReplyDelete
Ye, it was a good day. And I need to remind myself to make it happen more often. Everyone needs a rest, and The Husband said that he doesn't remember when he rested that well last time. It was nice to hear from him. :)Delete
what a wonderful day and that art looks so amazing!ReplyDelete
What art does to us? I don't know, but it does something... :)Delete
That was quite a lovely, relaxing and colorful day, thanks for sharing. The horse sculpture is one of my favorites, do you remember who the artist is?ReplyDelete
Hi Norma, No, I don't remember seeing any signs. I hope to go back with the camera (all those picture were taken by phone) and maybe I'll find the author's name. It s really great sculpture indeed, one of my favorites too.Delete