This week’s Project 366 will be short and sweet (I’ll believe it when I see it!). We’re onto week 31 and not long to go now.
On Sunday, we visited NT Claydon. We’ve pretty much exhausted all the nearby National Trust properties but this isn’t one I’d go back to. Still, these lavenders on their display outside the shop in their were so pretty.
On Monday, N had a nutty evening. His uncle popped over, and N discovered a beachball freebie we got a while back. Crikey, you should have seen N, his dad and uncle. The 3 of them kicking this ball all over the place. N was loving it.
On Tuesday I didn’t get many photos, but I spotted these gorgeous bright flowers in a bouquet when out at lunch. I love gerberas, and this didn’t disappoint.
I’d hoped to try and get N to carry on with his reading and practising some writing over the holidays. The reading has been non-existent apart from him noticing and asking about some words when we’re out and about. And the writing’s not really happened either. Until Wednesday when N got his pens and paper out and started writing. Yes, of his own accord and working out his own words and ‘spelling’ too. It was very sweet, but just proves that he’ll do it in his own time when he’s ready. As usual. (I’m not entirely sure what the first 2 rows actually said, but the bottom said ‘Auntie Julie’.
On Thursday I popped over to the farm to pick up N and found one of the farm cats on the table under the car port…eating from the massive bag of dog biscuits. Let’s hope it didn’t then drink lots of water and end up with a swollen tummy.
On Friday there was more horseplay from N with his dad. I think N was trying to keep hold of his dad and stop him going back out to work, but it could have been anything!
On Saturday I went for a spontaneous morning to Art in the Park in Leamington Spa. It was a lovely event with arts of all kinds on show, to try out or watch. And the weather was just beautiful.