Thursday, 26 August 2010

Getting my groove

Well its taken all of the children's summer holidays to finally get into our summer groove. Its been a little bit of an adventure both good and bad to get to this stage...
but here we are, the three of us away enjoying the last opportunity of quality time together before our routine changes in ways I an quite frankly not prepared for. After twenty years I will return to college education and work, my eldest child ventures off into the unknown when he changes school. The prospect of moving to a new home. So many changes and so much to move through. HOWEVER... right now this very moment we are all together, enjoying special family time.
Which of course weather permitting means time on the beach.
...and of course a little bit of yarn play for Mommy.

I wanted to say a special hello and a huge thank you for all the lovely comments on my last post, what a delight to log on and read such lovely messages. Such a gift. I welcome you to my humble little blog.

9 comments:

Debby said...

Since I am new to your blog I don't know for sure what is going on. I am sorry that you are facing all of these changes. I wish you and your children well. Keep on blogging - it really helps. ((((HUGS)))

T's Daily Treasures said...

Change is good! Stay positive and keep looking ahead. I'm still waiting for that raspberry muffin recipe. :) Enjoy the beach! I started back to work today (at the school which my children attend but they don't start until September 14th). Best wishes, Tammy

Susie said...

Embrace the change and you never know what may happen! can't beat time on the beach.
Take care.

Tracy said...

Change can be good... welcome the new and unexpected with open arms--who knows what great can happen! Wishing you & the children all the best in the days ahead... LOVE those peas in the pod! ;o) ((HUGS))

Thimbleanna said...

Ahhh, you're on the brink of a new adventure. New excitement is headed your way ... I can just feel it!

silverpebble said...

Did you make those peas in a pod? They're truly wonderful and have made me very very smiley this evening.

Best of thoughts and luck for the coming weeks x

Simone said...

Changes are scary aren't they? I am sure you will rise to them and soon the difficulties you are going through will be a distant memory. x

Kitty said...

Changes can be invigorating as well as nerve-wracking. Thinking of you all - you know where I am if you need to vent! ;) x

Twiggy said...

Hope you get through your changes ok. Enjoy the exciting ones and hope the scarey ones aren't too bad. You have each other, that's the important thing.
twiggy x