I’ve just read a beautiful blog post from a mum who has been living with her eldest son’s leukaemia treatment for the last year. Her story ( http://mumma-love.com/2014/09/26/one-year-on-our-journey-with-leukaemia/) was a lovely reminder to take stock of what’s important in life and slow down to enjoy it.
Life runs by so fast these days (it’s the end of September already!), it’s good to be reminded to take some time and literally smell the roses. Until I find a rose (there are some amazing ones in the church garden near Goose Green), I’ll sit here and enjoy breast feeding my little E because those days are numbered and I want to treasure every one.
Saw these purses today - love the turquoise one at the back. Potential Christmas pressie I think!
Cancelled jabs this morning happily result in coffee and cake near the beautiful and ever more autumnal Goose Green.
Out for an afternoon walk to catch one of my favourite views. You really know it’s autumn too when the ground is thick with chestnuts.
Always thought there was something a bit romantic about looking though fancy gates…
Electrifying jellyfish at the Horniman Museum aquarium. Loved this.
It’s been almost two years since I’ve posted - a lot has happened. No reason I stopped other than I suppose life got in the way. Which can also be viewed as a good thing! Anyway, I’ve decided to start again as many things are capturing my interest and I would love to have somewhere to bring them together so I don’t forget. So here I am again.
One word describes what has happened since I last posted - baby. Amazing how inspiring a little new life is and how tiring!
Happy Christmas from Rouyn Nouranda!
Another Christmas tree for you. This time in front of St Paul’s cathedral.