Sometimes the coronavirus social distancing rules can work in your favor. On this morning’s walk, to avoid an approaching cluster of walkers, joggers, and people with a baby carriage, I veered right rather than left, as I normally would, and was treated to this pretty tree, in full flower, with the Stars and Stripes in the background.
Spring is a gorgeous time in German Village, with lots of flowering trees, tulips, daffodils, and other brightly colored blooms in sidewalk gardens, and a perfume-like fragrance in the air. it’s a great time to get out of your house and walk — while strictly maintaining that six-foot buffer zone, of course.
Kish is up in Cleveland for a family bridal shower, so I used a bright sunny afternoon to run errands — at the library, the post office, and the grocery store. As I walked around it was a pleasure to see so much brilliant color from yellow flowers, green lawns, and pink flowering trees. The colors make spring special after a dreary, monochromatic Midwestern winter.