It’s winter, the time when all good knitters get to work and churn out the knitwear. I’ve been watching a newly-discovered podcast, “Fruity Knitting” on YouTube, while working my stitches. The wintry weather outside makes creating inside an awfully satisfying occupation.
But wait, late last week, our northeast Ohio temperatures hit 75. Many people had the same idea I had. Get out there and enjoy the fair weather while you can. One of my Facebook friends posted a video of her early morning walk around her neighborhood. That prompted me to post photos from my walk around town that same morning.
Yup, its 7 am. The sun is just rising and folks are driving to work. This is the downtown area of my small, northeast Ohio community. It is centered on a village green where in olden times, sheep and cows grazed. Below are some of the buildings on the green.
Now, there were once many churches right on the green but now, only one, Christ Church Episcopal, remains in its original location serving its original purpose.
The others have been repurposed to be the Spiritual Life Center and the town hall.