Hamilton is the capital of Bermudaand easily accessible from all over the island by public transport.The Commercial District is just like anywhere elseand not worth photographing.However, a 30 minute stroll reveals plenty of areas that are worth photographing. As well as housing administrative offices, City Hall is home totwo art galleries and a performance hall. The Cabinet … Continue reading Hamilton | Bermuda
We have a neighbour's gardener working on our side of the wall today,and that inspired us to get out and tidy up the flowerbeds, do the weedingand plant out the empty containers that have been looking forlorn for months. Which meant a visit to the garden centre.Sunflowers, lavender and agapanthus.Helena has a new photographic theme for … Continue reading Snap #19
There are some things about autism that are hard to live with. It's all relative, because, let's be honest, autism is hard to live with.Full stop. Let's talk foodand specifically, the presentation of it.We're fortunate in that The Boy Child is a good eater.He likes what he likes,although it can be difficult to get him to try … Continue reading Autism and the Everyday #10
Monday has rolled around again, and that means it's time tojoin in with the lovely Sian and share something that I've learnt over the weekend.***There really is nothing quite like meeting a new baby.You can see what Sian discovered over the weekend here.
Continuing my new series for Fridays: the contents of that Smythson notebook,one page at a time."Tread softly,because you tread onmy dreams."~ W. B. Yeats
"The new football season is going to be awesome!You won't believe your ears, Mum!"
Helena has a new photographic theme for 2016: Snap, a visually linked group of 2 to 4 images.***I admit to becoming a little obsessed while in Bermuda;I was on the prowl for the perfect image of a palm tree. The first three images were shot on my big camera, a Nikon dSLR D3200.The last two were taken on … Continue reading Snap #18
My sister recently sent me a WhatsApp of a scrapbookpage she'd made for my nephew's album.I liked it so much, I immediately made my own version.The same but different.After a bit of searching, I found the original version of this designon Shimelle's website.You can see that here (it's near the bottom of the post).
Monday has rolled around again, and that means it's time tojoin in with the lovely Sian and share something that I've learnt over the weekend.***The term inclusive doesn't always mean that it is.The gym where I am a member is also the place where The Boy Child has his weekly swimming lesson.Officially, now that he is 9-years-old, he is … Continue reading Memorandum Monday
Continuing my new series for Fridays: the contents of that Smythson notebook,one page at a time."Life is not meeasured by the numberof breaths we take -but the number of things thattake our breath away -~ Anon.