Good morning everyone! It's Tuesday again. It comes round so fast!
Lets start with my postcard. It's a postcard from Spain that I sent to someone last week:
So what's been happening? While most of Europe is covered in snow, we are relatively comfortable. No snow so far but some chance of snow tomorrow. Well we have a four wheel drive vehicle so we should be OK.
I hope electricity has returned to the house of Elizabeth at Altered Book Lover. The weather has been very bad there too. Are you OK Elizabeth?
I'm linking up with Elizabeth at Altered Book Lover for T for Tuesday. Any post with a drink in it is welcome. So here is my contribution:
When we were at church on Sunday, our Ecuadorian friends asked us if we would like to come home with them and share lunch with them. We did. There was chicken and rice and guacamole and a large sweetcorn dish and lots of pork meat too. (not everything was visible on the photo).
Just as we were leaving, their youngest son offered to take a photo:
My hubby and I with our jackets on on the left.
Before I go I'd like to share some more street art with you. I have nearly 2000 images of street art on my Pinterest page, and when I am in a city, I look out for those things.
When we were in Madrid recently I found this one:
I know nothing about it. We just walked past it. (For those who noticed it, sextienda means sex shop).
I love to see the sides of large buildings (where there are no windows) painted with something beautiful or eye catching. Here are a few examples:
This is by an artist called Aryz. He lives in Barcelona, Spain. In one biography I read he was born in Palo Alto, California. I don't know. He is a young man with spray cans and paint roller and he works all around the world.
The following murals are all by Aeyz. This is in Granollers, Catalunya, Spain.
Aalborg in Denmark.
This can be found in Venezuela, in Maracay.
This last one is in San Francisco.
I hope you liked this collection of murals/streetart/grafitti.
I'm going to love you and leave you as they say....