The above wall is located on Spring Garden Street, approaching downtown and the West McGee Street traffic circle. This part of town is where the 16 Cents Ministry meets under the bridge and not too far from the Greenway and the Four Larks and Larder Restaurant. The cement wall looks like it might be getting pressure washed for a fresh coat of paint. When clean, the cement is quite beautiful in its own right.
The scene features one lone person cleaning the wall on a winter day. The man was working on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and he worked diligently even he thought nobody was watching. It is a reminder that some people have to work on holidays and that we have to take it upon ourselves to do the best job possible- even when nobody is looking. Integrity and a good work ethic are two of many character traits emphasized in the public schools. Obviously, the above man internalized the lesson. This is just a little food for thought as many head off to start their work week!