Welcome to The Prompt, Week 41. Thank you so much to everyone who joined in last week. Another wonderful collection of posts!
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If you had asked me two years ago which was my favourite season, I am not sure I would have had an answer for you. I would have probably mentioned the hopefulness of Spring and the warmth of Summer. I may have commented on the seasons in Scotland blurring into one; the reality of the seasons being far from literary imaginings.
I’m fighting a losing battle with plaster dust! It is everywhere. On every floor and every surface.
Regular readers will know that I get a little obsessed with the trees during Fall! I take a lot of photographs of leaves against the beautiful blue skies. The colours are stunning, reds and pinks and oranges; and vibrant, glowing yellows.
Joining in with Charly’s Alphabet Photography Project over on PODCast.
Both boys stopped napping when they turned two. This wasn’t too much of an issue, they were at nursery so I didn’t have to deal with the mid-afternoon grump. And, exhausted after a week at nursery, my husband and I generally managed to get them to take a nap at the weekends (until they were about three).
I haven’t been very organised for Halloween this year! But, with less than a week to go it was time to let the kids loose on some simple Halloween decorations.
It’s been far too long since I did any fun baking. The boys may have a homemade snack in their lunch boxes
every most days, but I’ve been sticking to old (easy) favourites.
First up, I have to say that I have a long way to go in my photography of interiors… Secondly, you are about to see my house in all its messy glory; this is how it looks day to day at the moment, although I may (!) have cropped out some of the worst bits *coughs* and I am helped by the fact that we haven’t unpacked much yet. Enjoy!