The Green in June

June already and a wet one it has been so far.  While the rain has hardly been absent I can’t help but think that it is here for a reason and that we must accept it.  Yes it was a wet Coldplay concert but good it still was, yes all the plans to celebrate our birthdays in the great outdoors were shattered we still laughed with friends – we are still enjoying walking  and visiting our wet chickens (now aloud allowed to roam free).  I look at the windows and sight many times and move on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer salads from the garden have been replaced by soup

Camera Shy

 

 

Little time to take new pictures at the moment so instead I am playing with what I have on my computer…I have overdosed with cross process of blue and red and other soft filters but I am liking the effect…

a slice of a teenager head

Someone asked me last week what it was like to have a teenager in the house – I could not really think of anything bad to say. Still,  it got me thinking and I truly believe that we as a family have recently embarked on a beautiful challenging journey of emotions.  We tread on thin ice a lot of the times, say all the things we promised ourselves we would never say, we regularly have to shut the bedroom door to avoid the sight of chaos only to push force the same door open a few days later to retrieve the expensive mascara bought a few weeks ago.   We observe, disapprove often,  admire greatly, miss the little girl we could simply pick up and cuddle better, smile at the sarcastic humor that suddenly appeared from nowhere.  Sometimes she lets us in her world very briefly.  It’s a nice world I think I vaguely remember it…