It’s another week of Project 365, and we’re into week 33. This week’s been a busy one, and I was pleased to have a couple of days off work. It’s always good to have a short working week, although it did still go past fast too quickly. Onto this week’s photos.
On Sunday, N wanted to go our for another bike ride. This was his second one, and we went the other direction to the week before, heading towards his nursery. Considering he has no gears, he did really well on the nearly 2 mile ride, although the final hill to the farm he had to walk up. I do want to get myself a car bike rack so we can head off and do some forest trails to give N more practice in a safer environment than rural roads.
Monday, and I was finally back online at home after 3 weeks – there were a lot of notifications having not turned on my tablet for most of that time. Major pain in the backside, more days with phone calls to BT than not, and an extremely long deadline (eventually) despite their 6 day promise on their online charter. Pretty shocking performance, and I must remember to write my complaint essay and send them my bill for the extra costs not being online occurred.
This week saw some amazing sunsets, and this one was on Tuesday. I just happened to glance out of the window, spotted the pink and headed out with the camera.
Wednesday meant another wander down to the farmyard after nursery and work. The new turkeys are growing well in readiness for Christmas. According to N, his uncle prefers the white ones, the father in law prefers the black ones.
Thursday we went on a Living Arrows blogger meet arranged by Hayley at Shutterflies. It was a lovely day (despite the rain towards the end of our trip), and we had a lovely long walk in the wood. I’m not sure what N was thinking about here but the stick and fir branch are still in the car, with him refusing to give them up.
Originally I’d had plans to take N away this weekend with a friend and her daughter, but due to a variety of reasons we’ve not ended up going. Instead we just arranged to go out and catch up, and on Friday we went swimming followed by lunch. N was really excited about the twin buggy (my friend doesn’t have twins but the sister in law who passed on lots of baby gear has!), so ended up pushing her daughter around the town.
Saturday we didn’t do much at all. Just food shopping, a few chores, and then back for lunch before N went out in the afternoon on the farm. N set up a film to watch, then called me through to watch it and snuggle up with him. So sweet, I shall savour those kind of moments until he starts school and stops bothering. You wouldn’t believe from the photo he’d agreed to have his photo taken!