Even in winter, the Village of Liverpool pet store punster can come through for me on my safe walk.
During a recent safe walk around the Village of Liverpool’s Washington Park, I noticed some trees holding January leaves. Others, not a one. I quite liked the contrast.
On a recent safe walk around the blocks surrounding my job at the library, I came across the morning-empty lot of the Retreat. A cold mist falling made it look quite like a skating rink, thought my imagination.
So when I explain to folks here in Bloggyville about where exactly Liverpool is, I always come up with the phrase “just outside of Syracuse.” During a recent safe walk in the Village, this sight struck me. Exactly two miles outside, from this busy corner.
I know the first big snow drift in the Village of Liverpool looks daunting already. Wait. Just wait.
I think the owners of the new bakery two businesses down from my library workplace are helping my staying power in not dropping in and stocking up. Sugar is the first word. I can’t. Someday I will bring some home for my dear wife Karen, I promise.
They’re looking good in the Village of Liverpool. That made me feel fairly frosty during a recent safe stroll during a work break at my library job.
This Village of Liverpool hair salon window front offers a good sign for keeping vigilant about fighting the virus.
I cast my eyes up during a safe walk around the Village of Liverpool and feel good seeing the Orange figure on the roof of The Retreat. The No. 44 and and Syracuse colors make me smile, even in this trying season for the Orange football squad.
Spotted this week outside the library where I work: A bright red that won’t yet give in.