The Little Town that Could
This past week we celebrated our 35th wedding anniversary. Over the weekend we went up over the mountain to the little town of Chemainus, home to painted murals depicting the town's history, charming homes and wonderful gardens. We had fun wandering throughout the town, snapping photos, talking, and admiring. Sometimes just an overnight getaway can provide that bit of distance from real life and enable relaxing disengagement.
Chemainus is also home to the Chemainus Theatre. We've attended a number of productions and save one, have thoroughly enjoyed them. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat made me smile widely throughout. Such energy!
A big bouquet of roses to the staff at the hotel. We arrived, as planned, on Friday evening. We had booked the night, dinner and the theatre. Unfortunately, I had reserved for Saturday evening, not Friday. The staff immediately called the theatre and the dining room and arranged for us to eat and watch the musical in spite of my mistake. We had excellent seats and a wonderful dinner.
My blog fix up (previous post) is coming along well, but it's so time consuming to take down photos from the blog, delete them separately in Picasa, resize them, then repost. A lot of posts lack photos, but I'm making progress.
Linking to Mosaic Monday, hosted by Mary of the Little Red House.