Too early for the pool, so I wore a pair of tights to keep it from being indecent.
The garden is coming along nicely.
Caftan-K Mart a few years ago
Gold bangles-all over
Both necklaces-The Mexican Shop, Evanston, Illinois-80's (but not everything they sold was Mexican-the place should have been called, The International Shop)
Fragrance-L'Air du Temps
We celebrated Easter at the park.
Danny dislodged it from the tree with his boomerang. Smart kid.
Visitors from space left cryptic messages at the playground.
And there's another!
The trees are all starting to do their thing. Good for the park, but murder for allergies. It was only after returning home that we read the pollen count combined with poor air quality from fires had combined to require a warning. I feel bad for anyone trying to fight a fire in these windy conditions today.
Pipal Park is an open-access park with ramps and playground equipment everyone can use. So many of our city parks are a very long walk over grass to get to the playground, which just wouldn't work in a wheelchair. There's a low fountain behind the slide that isn't on yet, but is also built in a way that children can splash about in it with varying degrees of mobility. There are chair swings with safety belts as well. The city would do well to build more open-access parks like this one. It was a bit empty today being Easter, but typically there's a throng of children enjoying the playground and open space. Picnic tables and barbecue grills are also available. Can you tell this is one of my favourite city parks?
So that was Easter. I hope yours was enjoyable as well.