For so long we have huddled up inside in sort sort of human hibernation throughout the cold months (which tends to be half the year in Aberdeenshire). The unpredictable weather has raised my hopes (and the daffodils) quite a few times that spring might actually be here. However I think the sun may have finally got the memo and has decided to make an appearance or two.Continue reading
Here we are again… finding ourselves at the end of yet another month. It feels like someone has pressed the fast forward button on life and I can’t find the remote! Ever since I was little, I couldn’t wait to be 16… then 18… then 21… then married… then to have kids. It’s a strange feeling to finally have ticked these achievements off, I can’t help but think I’ve wished half my life away though. Now I want to throw down the anchor and just enjoy it, but it’s passing quicker than I would like and faster with each year that passes by. If only that remote was real… I’d be hitting pause for certain, just so I can take it all in for a bit.
With March landing tomorrow and the end of the first quarter in sight, it’s time to reflect on what’s been happening this month in our little lives…Continue reading
I can barely believe that I have been doing this blog series for a whole year now. It only seems like yesterday that I took my first ever family photo of the 4 of us. It’s been an incredible experience so far and capturing our little famalam growing up over the year and also helping me build up some confidence in using my camera at the same time… so thank you to all the lovely hosts of the me & mine project for spurring me on to capture these moments.
Well, that was January.. not quite sure what happened there. Pretty sure I just blinked, but it’s gone. Here’s what we got up to…Continue reading
If you follow on instagram, you’ll know that at the weekend we packed up and headed South to visit my beloved Nana. Her health over the last 12 months went downhill quicker than I thought was possible. Perhaps because we stay so far away and therefore don’t see the day to day, the changes are far more stark.Continue reading