Another week has gone by, another photograph Sunday for me to share and it’s just more flowers of course, these beautiful fox gloves are in a neighbours garden and have been utterly covered with fuzzy bumblebees all week!
When we finally move and I get to have a garden it will be full of bee friendly plants and of course lots of wind chimes and bird feeders.
It’s really been a long and warm week, with the pollen count really high I am so ready for autumn now, my poor eyes are just so fed up and I’m so surprised as to how high it’s been.
Oh well.. here’s to another week!
This weeks photo has to be the one I took last week of the fog from the beach at Great Yarmouth, we went out to Norwich and I thought it would be perfect to head to the beach to end the day but unfortunately the whole world was covered in this blanket of sea mist.
The sea is out there somewhere…
We walked a little by along the sea front in search of something to drink for the journey home to only find everything closed and the beach almost deserted!
There’s something so magical about fog and mist, however it made the whole town feel dirty and broken down but I think the lack of people made it that more enjoyable.
Until next time
Nothing fancy for this weeks photo, I forgot to do last weeks Photograph Sunday post as I simple was so busy, we went around my mums on the saturday, just me Amelia and Robin and it was lovely, Kai had so much fun with his dad and we got to go for walks and relax in the sun.
Amelia did this lovely drawing of a rainbow too, I love what she wrote as well..
‘The rainbow was colorful a lot and the colors are very bright and it is good’
I adore childrens writing sometimes.
This weeks photo just makes me smile, three children, two of which are playing Minecraft and one who is joining in with a dead controller.
I am always cautious about them playing the Xbox, or even when Kai uses is tablet because i don’t want them to become one of those kids who spend more time with a gadget than with us or reading a book, but for a few hours at the weekend and sometimes at the end of the school day if they’ve been good I will allow them to sit down and build things together, and it’s been wonderful seeing them learn hand eye coordination, cooperation with their builds and the laughter they’ve been sharing as they do stupid things together.
I was always worried they’d never get along, that they’d argue or hate each other but here they all are, sat on the rug playing a game and chatting, laughing and having fun.
This week has been so busy, so much so that blogging took a side step and life took over, it’s been warm and I’ve also had a clingy 2 year old to deal with so when the weekend finally hit I was so glad the children didn’t want to do anything besides play Minecraft on the Xbox.
Robin joined in too with a dead controller.. I do love a calm weekend.