This is the 2nd year my brother’s village WI group have yarn bombed the village. He always sends me photos of the unusual ‘goings on’ in the village, although I think he’s getting over the quirky nature of some of their events. I had to go and take my own photo of it.
There’s been some lovely sunsets earlier this week, and one evening 2 of the cousins turned up for some football in the garden. The 3 of them had a great time, with N occasionally going on the climbing frame to survey his ‘land’ across the fields. I was hoping to get him on the monkey bars, but he’s started to get scared of them. That’s despite him last year being quite happy to whizz straight across hem, much to my… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – sunset silhouette”
This week’s My Sunday Photo is the first day this year we’ve properly spent out in the garden. It’s still too water logged on the grass really, but we got the kite out for some kite flying. Of course, as soon as we got it unfurled, the wind died down and N got bored trying. So while he went off and cut the grass (with scissors), I enjoyed some relaxation and kite flying. Taking me back to my childhood.
Since our work moved to flexi-time and allowed those on compressed hours to take flexi as well, I’ve managed to scrape at least a half day off each month. A day’s nice, but not regularly achievable when there’s been school holidays and my annual leave off. But half a day works out quite nicely giving me a bit of me time. I do feel a little strange when flexi leave falls outside school holidays. It’s strange going off for the… Continue Reading “My Sunday Photo – me time”
It’s been really chilly this week, and it culminated in me spotting this lone icicle hanging next to the bedroom window. Of course I didn’t have my big camera, only my phone. But given I had to bend my arm holding the phone out of the window in an uncomfortable position, I didn’t mind. Thankfully my phone camera is pretty good and I could get in the trees in the icicle.
Sometimes you see some amazing sunsets and sunrises in the UK, and this was one this week. A fiery sky, it really did look as though the sky was on fire and burning behind the tree. We’re so lucky living on the farm. We see everything around us, although taking photos of the best skies is sometimes restricted depending on which window I can hang out of at the time.