My Week In Pictures // Week 5

Welcome once again to my new series of posts – My Week In Pictures.  It is where I choose a maximum of 3 pictures to sum up my week.  This collection of posts is designed to help me focus on the happy stuff in my week.  It is often too easy to get dragged in to the complexities of life and lose sight of what is important.  So this series will – hopefully – help me combine my three favourite things in my life: my family, my love of photography Read on…

Month of 1sts

Month of Firsts – July 2017

Here we go again, time to round-up the firsts for another month.  I started this series of posts because I have a type of epilepsy that affects my short-term memory.  Quite simply if I don’t write it down I forget it.  I don’t want to forget the moments that have brought a smile to my face, those that pulled at my heart-strings and even those that left me wanting to rip my hair out in frustration.  Thankfully there have been none of the latter this month – that I can Read on…

My Week In Pictures // Week 4

Welcome once again to my new series of posts – My Week In Pictures.  It is where I choose a maximum of 3 pictures to sum up my week.  This collection of posts is designed to help me focus on the happy stuff in my week.  It is often too easy to get dragged in to the complexities of life and lose sight of what is important.  So this series will – hopefully – help me combine my three favourite things in my life: my family, my love of photography Read on…

My Week In Pictures // Week 3

Welcome once again to my new series of posts – My Week In Pictures.  It is where I choose a maximum of 3 pictures to sum up my week.  This collection of posts is designed to help me focus on the happy stuff in my week.  It is often too easy to get dragged in to the complexities of life and lose sight of what is important.  So this series will – hopefully – help me combine my three favourite things in my life: my family, my love of photography Read on…

Month of 1sts

Month of Firsts – June 2017

Here we go again, time to round up the firsts for another month.  I started this series of posts because I have a type of epilepsy that affects my short-term memory.  Quite simply if I don’t write it down I forget it.  I don’t want to forget the moments that have brought a smile to my face, those that pulled at my heart-strings and even those that left me wanting to rip my hair out in frustration.  There is a bit of a mix this month, so Harry here is Read on…

My Week In Pictures // Week 2

Welcome to my new series of posts – My Week In Pictures.  It is where I choose a maximum of 3 pictures to sum up my week.  This collection of posts is designed to help me focus on the happy stuff in my week.  It is often too easy to get dragged in to the complexities of life and lose sight of what is important.  So this series will – hopefully – help me combine my three favourite things in my life: my family, my love of photography and blogging. Read on…

My Week In Pictures // Week 1

Welcome to my new weekly series – My Week In Pictures.  This collection of posts is designed to help me focus on what matters in my life and to take the time to capture – in photos – the happy stuff in my week.  It is often too easy to get dragged in to the complexities of life and lose sight of what is important.  So this series will – hopefully – help me combine my three favourite things in my life: my family, my love of photography and blogging. Read on…

Time Flies

There are some features of Facebook that annoy me – I DO NOT PLAY CANDY CRUSH SAGA NEITHER DO I WANT TO SO PLEASE DON’T INVITE ME – is a particular bug-bear of mine – and then those that make me smile, such as the feature that let’s you see your memories from previous years.  This particular reminder blew me away because remarkably it showed what had happened on the same day over the last 4 years, and so I wanted to share it here.  In my opinion it is a set of quite special photographs Read on…

Pumpkin Patch

Magic Moments // Pumpkin Picking

I have never picked a pumpkin.  I don’t particularly like pumpkin so there has never been a need to.  But having a child means you have an excuse a reason to try new things.  I’d seen photos of friends that had gone pumpkin picking and it looked like good fun so I decided that we were going to give it a try. I had a romantic vision of fields full of autumnal colours, neat rows of pumpkins, and happy children skipping among them.  The reality was very, very, different.  Now, I have only watched Read on…