Good morning! I hope you’ve had a lovely weekend. This week ahead is a very busy one so hopefully all goes well as we have a lot of visitors, events and activities going on!Continue reading
Happy Monday! I hope the week ahead is going to be a productive one for us all. I know personally, I’ve got 4 or 5 pieces of work to get prepared so this is going to be one of my busiest weeks in a long time. My Mum will be in hospital later today, having a T.O.E. This is basically a camera down your throat, so they can look at the back of your heart. I’ll share more about this on my Instagram I’m sure if you want to find out more. This weeks living arrows 10/52 post is now live!
Now I have to be honest and say that this photo is from a few weeks ago! On Tuesday last week I accompanied my Mum to the hospital and my week has been really busy since!
This photo shows Daisy and her uncle Anthoni playing in the local park. Anthoni has been staying at my Mum’s house lately, to help look after her and make his commute to work a little easier too. I’m really pleased that Mum has more company and someone staying with her overnight a few days a week. This has relieved some of the worries I have when she’s not well.
Monday is here again, already. Mad! Anyway, Monday is always a good day for our household. We are all organised for the week ahead (mostly). We have activities that we plan each week, to avoid sitting home every single day. This is hard for me as I’m self-employed so obviously need to be near my computer to make money. However, I don’t want Daisy stuck in everyday. Now that the weather is getting nicer we are getting out and about more. We’ve got an allotment too so that will be keeping us busy this Spring. Another week has gone by and Living Arrows 10/52 is now live!
Living Arrows is a linky from the lovely Donna from What The Redhead Said. Parents are invited to link up weekly and share photos of their children from the previous week. I love taking part and I’m looking forward to looking back at the end of the year.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth – Kahlil Gibran
Living Arrows 10/52 – 2017