This was the week when we were (almost) late for school.
And it wasn't because the children were dawdling, it was because Mummy wanted to take just one more picture of a frosty gate, or leaf, or glove, or wall, or grass.
Mummy!!! Come on!!!!
Sorry. Just coming.
Now if I had a pair of gloves with a touch screen finger tip then that would save a bit of time ;-)
I loved watching the wee one eat his spaghetti. Who needs cutlery?
I drew, I sewed, I ticked off another present from the Christmas list.
I crunched across the frosty lawn to capture this cobweb.
I papped a front door. Because if I had a tiled path, a twinkly lit up hedge and a wreath, I would want is show off too.
I managed to find one of the few remaining frost covered fence posts at school. All the kids had been rubbing the frost off the rest.
Uncle Martin came to visit and deliver cuddles.
A Christmas lunch out and Jenga blocks will always end in a tower competition.
Only 2 weeks left until I have completed my project.
Should I do another year though? That is the question.
Are you carrying on? Or have I inspired you to start your own project?
I'm joining in with my fellow 365'ers who never let life get in the way of a good photo over at The Boy and Me.
My photos are in my album on the 365project site. I'd be so happy if you went to take a look.
I love your frost photos, it looks so beautiful! Jenga looked like a lot of fun too!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos! I love that door with the tiles and yes I have driven the children mad this week trying to capture frosty scenes! I have been having the same debate about this project. I have enjoyed it and will love looking back on it, but it has sometimes been a bind too. We'll see.ReplyDelete
The weather gives such fab pictures at this time of year. and worth being late for. Im like you I need a pair of gloves with the finger on as wellReplyDelete
The frosty cobweb is just magicalReplyDelete