Rain is part of the forecast for two more days. My oldest sister visits from Sonoma, and we decided not to let the rain discourage us when it is badly needed by the plants we cherish and depend upon.
Living in a tourist town, I go about my business and don’t become a tourist until someone visits. Something I hadn’t noticed until yesterday? New murals, cleverly covering the wall in front of Murphys Grille where people eat outside. Flirty feet.
In fact, the feet are what you would be seeing if the wall wasn’t there.
Clever and fun; a little wink of whimsical art in my own town. Makes me think about how un-quaint Murphys used to be. But, I won’t go there. We had lunch at Cactus Jacks. For a truly delicious sandwich, chicken pesto on foccacia bread with Cactus Jack’s special salsa which contains cactus in the mix, you can’t go wrong.
We peeked into shops and between raindrops, I caught some pretty faces, kind of wishing I’d planted pansies at home.
Changing lifestyles doesn’t allow much time for gardening. I’ll enjoy other’s gardens instead.
Later, brother Will braved hail and rain to share a light supper with us. A nicoise salad and a bowl of soup.
My taxes finished; a nice relaxing day. None of us melted. April rain brings May flowers. I hope the same is true of New Mexico where I”m headed later this month, back to the Motor Home.