When September Ends

Sadly the September I had hoped for has come to a skittering halt, but at least help has kicked in, and there is still hope, and still reasons to be cheerful. Like these:

Perfect Skin

Well obviously not perfect. At all. But after being told I really needed to get a mole removed – though no expectations of anything nasty – it was a lovely bonus when my skin was praised by someone who really should know what they’re talking about!

Happy Birthday

My beautiful eldest daughter turns 25. Impossible to believe that the little 5lb bundle placed in my arms so long ago is now a strong, confident, clever, energetic and caring young woman who is determined to make the world a better place. Love her so much ❤.

Walk This Way

I predict a lot of walking in the near future, and that gives me the chance to revisit and photograph favourite parts of the city like these.

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And maybe even explore the nearly countryside…

Last Weekend

Was filled with running, music, cake and a very happy daughter who enjoyed it all. It’s impossible to feel down for too long when you share your life with someone who takes so much joy in hers.

B at Smithfield

Head over to Mummy from the Heart for more reasons to be cheerful and have a wonderful week x

R2BC at Mummy from the Heart 

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8 thoughts on “When September Ends

  1. Happy Birthday to your eldest daughter – I know she’s been a great friend and support for you over the years. And I love the phrase, “the nearly countryside” – we used to live near there when I was growing up. You might have meant “nearby countryside” but I like the concept of the “nearly” countryside which is just an oasis in the suburbs.

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    1. The phrase popped into my head about 11pm last night, so I can’t remember now exactly what I meant !!! I’ll let you know when I find some 🙂 xx

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    1. It adds that extra dimension doesn’t it? And makes you really look around you if you’re planning to take photos, because you never know what you might see 🙂

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