I love where I live. Its not until you are forced to make decisions which are life changing that you really appreciate what you have. My husband has been offered a job in England and
I love where I live. Its not until you are forced to make decisions which are life changing that you really appreciate what you have. My husband has been offered a job in England and it is, in theory, a step up for him. Originally we were to be off by the 1st of march but that didn’t transpire. At the end of this month there will will be a further job offer, a different package and hopefully a better one at that. Then we have to go through the whole agonising decision making process again. It really is a toss up between the ‘lifestyle’ we have versus some extra money and the lifestyle that we don’t know about yet. So the jury is still out, we are still living in limbo but it is no longer a closely guarded secret. Its days like this, meaning the other day when I took these photos, that you really realise what you have on your own doorstep.
~~ The children call this the giant chess piece, and it does look like a rook.
None of these are ours, our boat is teeny in comparison.
This one was after we had trekked along many little sandy coves – ‘enough is enough mom’.
Shells – my five year old is fascinated by them. I guess last year she didn’t really appreciate them the same as she does now.
We found this old boat on the sand at Orlock, the children had a lot of fun playing in it.
I love this shot these two are just like man and wife.