Sometimes all you need to do to improve your view is to change your perspective.
My view right now is looking down the stairs at a pile of coats and shoes that need sorting and cleaning. No really, I am sat at the top of the stairs waiting for what was an overtired 3year old to settle down. However, he had a snooze in the car and is now a slightly refreshed overtired 3 year old who wants his wand to 'help him sleep'.
I will change my perspective and consider the stairs a path to a lovely glass of wine to complete what has been a lovely weekend with friends. *waits patiently* *steps over coats and shoes*
Irritated not to know how the trick was done or fascinating magic?
Annoyed at The Wee One for hiding in the supermarket or a wonderful silhouette photo opportunity?
Leaves fallen signalling the end of Autumn or a bounty of golden leaf kicking fun?
Miserably cold or happy that it's cold enough to wear my new hat?
Boring day at home doing jobs or a chance to watch him play and make up robots with blocks?
Adorably cute new puppy or a terrorist with needles for teeth?
What's been your perspective this week?
Gorgeous puppy!!! I get very irritated by magic tricks ;)ReplyDelete
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A fabulous post, a great reminder that things aren't always as they seem xReplyDelete
Cute puppy! I would love one, but my other half says two kids and two mad cats is enough for now. I love your hat too! :)ReplyDelete
you have a puppy! wow he/she will keep you on your toes.i love your photos and the words which accompany each of them this week - very clever. i like the one looking down on your son playing with his blocks (he looks cheeky) and you look cosy in your hat and scarf xReplyDelete
awww do you have a cute new puppy? (he is cute even if he does have sharp teeth!) Love the thought of different perspectives - and it is so true. Great photos as always but I especially like the silhouette and the leaves - liking your cosy hat too!ReplyDelete
my perspective this week has been good with 2 new grandchildren to spoil, yes glass half empty of half full is all a state of mind. I love kicking through piles of lovely coloured leaves.ReplyDelete
I love that phrase, terrorist with needles for teeth ..... love it!ReplyDelete