Around the Village: Springtime Edition
It's been quite awhile since I've done an edition of Around the Village, and since spring has turned my sleepy, little village into a kaleidoscope of bright color, I thought it was about time to do another.
My husband and I took a walk through the village on Thursday afternoon. It was warm, bordering on hot, really, and bright not only in sunshine, but also in stunning color. I'm keeping my words to a minimum in this post, and instead will let the photos do most of the talking.
A blooming tree
Church steeple with the bright, light green of spring foliage.
And have I mentioned we have an old, colonial whipping post in our village green? Well, we do. Those colonials, apparently, didn't mess around. There used to be a pillory here as well.
ye olde whipping post
View from within the green
Spring has sprung at this village home
Another village home
Spring at the old schoolhouse
Behind this village home, you can see the church steeple. I love seeing the yellow wreaths on so many village doors.
A very bright time of year in the village
Another village beauty with its spring wreath
Flowers in my own yard. I love being a part of the vibrant village community.
Wouldn't you love to peek behind that door?
Well, that's spring around here! Today I am spending some time in Boston again. I was there last week too. Can't seem to get enough of that place, especially at this beautiful time of year, and will write about it next week. Hope you all have a beautiful weekend!
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