As I mentioned in yesterday's post, I am on jury duty this week. It was a beautiful Southern spring day, so I spent my generous 1 hour and 45 minute lunch break outside in the park.
The fountain in front of the courthouse:
A nice place to rest, feel the breeze on your neck and eat lunch:
A wedding party exited the courthouse and walked across the park to have their picture made in front of the fountain. I am embarrassed to be an obvious voyeur, so my photo of the bride and groom leaves a lot to be desired. You just have to imagine the groom is on the receiving side of this embrace since you can't see anything except his hand:
There was some art for sale:
And around the corner some hot dogs were for sale:
Big beautiful trees provide plenty of shade:
Tomorrow my plan is to visit the art Museum on my lunch hour. It is right across the street from the courthouse. If my case has not been resolved by Wednesday I will visit the library. I haven't been in the old library in many years. As I remember it, the architecture inside was very lovely. This is the new and the old library. They are across the street from one another.
After only one day the verdict is in on the new sandals I shopped for this weekend. While they are extremely cushy and easy to walk in for long distances, the top portion of the sandals is guilty of rubbing my foot raw. See my blister! I had one on each foot by the end of the day.
Gotta run. I've got to pick out the pair of torture chambers I will wear on my feet tomorrow!