After a conversation last week, I realised that I share different photos on Instagram than I do here. Little snippets that I find fun, but wouldn’t fit in a blog post. Taken on my phone. Somehow it’s quicker to grab my phone and not miss the moment. Even if the results are not as great as I can achieve with my camera. At least I took them, right?
(above: daughter with her new Ikea lights. Experiment with willow weaving to make a plant support)
(above: wren’s nest in shed. Papier mache seagull)
Seeing as my blog is meant to be a record of our lives, I could do with including some of these. Especially my favourites. So I thought I’d try and include a few photos, every now and again .
(above: clay mouse with a book from my childhood. Progress of daisy crochet blanket)
The ordinary moments, that slip by.
The moments that meant something at the time.
All adding to the warp and weft of the fabric of our lives.
(above: very chocolate cupcakes. Pumpkin leaf on Earth Day.)
Let me know if you’re on Instagram.
(above: blueberry custard pie and hot air balloon)
So that was the week that was!