Sunday, 29 September 2013

Continuing on the Happiness Journey.

I am late posting my Art Journalling but I thought that I would in the weekends make a post or two catch you up on my thoughts regarding Happiness.  I really loved this months prompts and the kit which visited Japan.  To me Japan always conjures up images from youth and a fabulous holiday I had there.

(credits...  these are all made using Tangie Baxters AJC March Collection)

Friday, 27 September 2013

Fridays Fabulous 5 # 41

(image source here)

Here are my favourite finds for this week.

  • Since we are off to watch my daughter play hockey at a national under 13 tournament I thought that this post would be great for taking the photos with athletes on the move.
  • This post by Mye De Leon about the birth of her little boy.  I feel her pain and understand exactly were she is coming from.
  • What about these fun little baubles.  I think that they might just be worth having a go at from Meet Me at Mikes.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Wordless Wednesday 25 September

It has been quite some time since I posted and there have been many photos taken.

(taken on my smartphone)

I am linking this post to My Little Drummer Boys

Oh Boy

Please forgive this post I started it on my computer then we had a branch on our power line,a few sparks of high voltage power, leaving us with half power.  You know the sort...a few lights, the tv and importantly when it is a winter storm my electric blanket. So this post is the first from my smart phone.

Oh boy life has been hectic in my life and something just had to give.  Sadly my blog was one of those things.  The reality of having children who  have been busy with winter sport.  Added to that their is the music, speech and drama, and of course the busy things that make up the of a mum who cares for a disabled child. Even my creative brain took a break which I hope returns quickly.
So with the last week of term three (of four) underway and so many untold stories I am ready to tap the keyboard to get them told. All those Saturday mornings at the hockey turf and a hospital with one child who had food poisoning for just a start.

A rose given to me from a little 5 year old in one of the classes I relieve in on a weekly basis.