Thursday, 24 June 2010

A little bit of ordinaryness.

Fun in the 'hot' sun!
Cool dude in the playground.

Our summer solstice fire.

Playing in the garden in pyjamas....very early in the morning.

Making pictures with painted pebbles.

Painting pebbles and rocks.

Our array of wonderful masterpieces. We had such a peaceful, relaxing morning just painting and chatting....Bliss!

Monday, 21 June 2010

He's the one.

He's my lover, my best friend, my soul mate, the amazing daddy of our beautiful boy. Every day is fathers day in our house.

Saturday, 19 June 2010

Fun on the farm.

Lots and lots of fun was had on the tractors!

Feeding a lamb, but charlie did keep asking where its mama was. I have to admit though that there was only a few lambs that were fed this way and not like some farms we have visited where its obvious the lambs are fed with bottles purely for visitors amusement.

A very friendly and patient sheep :)

The farmer pulled a little train of barrels filled with very happy excited little people.

Sunday, 13 June 2010

The Endless Knot.

I thought I'd share my new tattoo with you as I am so happy with it and Love it so much. It is the buddhist symbol The Endless knot, I also have another buddhist symbol on the bottom of my back of The Parasol. These tattoo's mean so much more to me than just a 'pretty picture' I feel empowered by them and they are a part of my soul!

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Appreciating the ordinary.

To fully appreciate ''the ordinary''is an extraordinary gift.
A very happy boy.

Charlie's drawing of a prairie dog, I have to say I'm so excited as it really did look like one and he spent ages very carefully drawing it :)

Monday, 7 June 2010

Spring Wood.

Admiring the gorgeous lambs and their mamas.
Sring wood at Whalley.

phew, map reading is such hard work.

ok...I just love this pic x

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Sunny days by the river.

We've been spending as much time as possible outdoors in the gorgeous sunshine and what a beautiful place to spend an hour or two skimming stones than here at the River Ribble just 20 miles away. Apparently it was here in this very area that Tolkien had his inspiration for 'The Shire' in the Lord of The Rings books. I think I've found a new favourite place to be.

Beautiful pictures by a lovely mama.

I've been meaning to post a photo of these very gorgeous pictures by the totally talented mama at: , thank you for being so clever polly :)