So here it is Tuesday already, and I haven’t written so much as a word. But it’s not your fault–I’ve been quite busy with all sorts of family “quality time.”
Last week was my nephew’s very first band concert.
And stepdaughter #4’s baby shower.
And hubby convinced me to make Sunday dinner (luckily part of the family couldn’t make it and I only had to cook for a dozen or so).
And finally, I managed a trip back to the Rockefeller Park Greenhouse with my folks yesterday.
So here I am today, with piles of dirty laundry, semi-empty cupboards, and some really tired feet, but it’s okay.
Sometimes it’s more important to take the time to hang out with your family…
and your dog.
Mom and I went on an adventure yesterday to Cleveland’s Rockefeller Park Greenhouse.
Built in 1905, the Rockefeller Park Greenhouse is open year-round, including holidays, and not only supplies the City of Cleveland with the plants for its citywide landscaping needs, the greenhouse serves the public as a free facility dedicated to educating, fostering and supporting gardening.
And visiting the Rockefeller Park Greenhouse is FREE.
“The Greenhouse is truly one of Cleveland’s treasures,” said a local lady we talked with…after looking at the one acre of indoor flowers, Mom I had to agree.
I took so many photos I can’t decide which to use for my 365 Project.
Which do you like best?