I’ve had a very manic week, so please forgive the lack of blogging. In fact I’m going to have a mini blogging break. In between working, and childcare I’ve got nothing done round the house for weeks and it’s starting to look like it! The kitchen is still half done, I’ve had sweetpeas ready to plant for a month now, Paul is muttering about redecorating the lounge, I can’t see Miss L’s bedroom floor and the washing….well there is a *lot* So this will be my last post for a couple of weeks – I hope no one minds?.
Anyway back to The Gallery, Tara’s come up with a cracker. Most of us hide behind our online persona’s and it’s scary putting yourself out there. But I love the inspiration behind this week:
‘The theme is actually inspired by Laura at Are We Nearly There Yet Mummy who wrote something that really touched me a few weeks ago and I want to ‘celebrate’ it through The Gallery. On tenterhooks yet? She wrote about photographs of her mum, who died when Laura was just 9. For someone who has been voted in the Funnest Blog category of The MADS, she sure made me catch my breath with that post! She wrote: “Luckily I have photos, quite a few in fact. I don’t just look at the photos, I pore over them I wonder what she was thinking, doing, wearing … just any glimpse of anything that makes me feel a bit closer to her. Now that I am a mother they mean even more to me . . . “‘