what do you think?
there’s no doubt that master B adores his dad. while Michael made some adjustments on the windmill, Bear stayed close by taking photos with his new camera. then as they watched our dog chasing roos in the paddock, i noticed their body language was freakily similar – it was a moment that had to be captured.
& loving it!
we’ve had almost 4 inches of rain since friday & its been the most wonderful kind – gentle & soaking with cool overcast days. perfect for regenerating the grass which needed it so badly. you can already see a tinge of green across the paddocks. its been a great start to the year – lets hope its a sign of things to come!
POTD for 4-1-2009
& today after 2 inches of rain overnite
… some things stay the same …
we’ve had some welcome rain over the past couple of days, so the ground is quite muddy & my mud monkeys have had such fun playing in it! seeing them out there today, brought back memories of another muddy day …
Madi was just 3 years old back then & i love the look of pure joy on her beautiful face! the joy that comes from simple pleasures … fast forward 5 & a half years & its great to see that both kids still adore the simple pleasure of playing in the mud!
unlike the lyrics of the carpenters song, rainy days & sundays always make me smile
new years day, a fresh start, a new chapter in life waiting to be written ~ Sarah Ban Breathnach Simple Abundance
ali edwards (life artist & inspirational blogger) talked about the one little word concept in few years ago – the idea is to identify a single word that sums up what you want for yourself in the coming year. last year my word was focus.
the word i’ve chosen for 2009 is bloom – to grow, develop, flouish; to be radiant, a picture of health.
is it a coincidence that the petunias have just started blooming again ??