June 14, 2021

A Mural and More Pics from Marie's Visit

Last week I said I would post another Montross mural for Monday Murals, so here is a nice one. This is on the side of a shop called "Carrot Cottage." 

Here we see some carrot logos on the store.

Mosaic Monday

Changing the topic to Marie's short visit, she went into the back yard to record the sound of the cicadas. One landed on her shirt! She also saw the mean geese which still acted threatening to me. 

 After we met Lynn for lunch and visited Skyline Drive, we stopped at Massanutten Country Corner to see the animals and do a little shopping. 

It was so good seeing my daughters together again! We were unable to get together for Thanksgiving or Christmas due to the pandemic. I'm so thankful that we all made it through and were able to spend a little time together. 

I realize that some of my internet friends are still under Covid restrictions, and I hope things will improve for you soon. Stay healthy!


  1. Linda - lovely mural. But more importantly, so happy that you were able to get together with your daughters. Hopefully, this is the beginning of better days! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

  2. Super mural find Linda and how wonderful to be able to spend time with your daughters, looks like a really happy time together ✨

  3. ...Montross looks like an inviting place.

  4. It was good that you got to spend time together.

  5. That Montross mural is beautiful.
    Geese can be quite mean, lol
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals

  6. So great to have family together again...I'm thinking of the same possibility. Loved the mural and I think I'd enjoy the Carrot Shop!

  7. I'm so pleased that you were able to spend time together.
    I enjoyed seeing your photographs and mosaics.

    All the best Jan

  8. It was great to read you were able to actually spend real time with your daughters. Love, love, love that Montrose mural, too. A banner week for sure.

  9. Great to be with your daughters and a very special time for you.


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