The Weeks That Were
I seem to have lost track lately.
Too busy living and enjoying the blessings I have to actually record them, which is a shame, as I don’t want to forget a moment.
We’ve had a half term, which naturally the boys spent being ill. The entire time. They recovered just in time to go back to school, grrr.
I’ve been spending more time getting to know the area. Despite moving here 7 years or so ago I’m really not that clued up on the area. Which is a shame as it has so much to offer! From stunning views, pretty flowers, quirky book shops and wonderfully named roads; it’s a place I’m determined to explore more.
We’ve had some fab moments; such a relief that I haven’t taken a downwards turn since reducing my meds.
Of course we’ve been taking advantage of the glorious sunny days we are blessed with, would be criminal to live so close to the beach and not make the most of it.
These boys crack me up.
Every time we go to the beach they meet new friends, young or old, they’ll be throwing hugs around and generally inserting themselves in to other peoples families. I’ve given up apologising and feeling awkward; they wont stop being friendly and to be honest it’s nice to see them so uninhibited around strangers.
Linking up with the lovely Hannah at Make Do and Push