I am a mother and photographer. I love working with people and nature. Photography is not just a another job for me it is my passion and I love every second of it. From the moment I first interact with the client till I deliver the photo's of the their photo shoot.
I am having one of those don’t want to get out of bed days.
Morné went to work around 6:00am this morning, brought me coffee in bed before he left. Thank goodness in winter I drink out of my Starbucks mug. Willow and I decided to close our eyes just for 5 minutes before we get up….🛌💤
The alarm woke us up at 8:00am….. ⏰😳🥱 Now I am drinking my coffee☕ and writing my morning post from bed. I keep forgetting I am supposed to be on holiday. I am allowed to take it easy.
According to the weather forecast we are having a cool winters day. A maximum temperature of 17 °C are predicted.⛅
I don’t have much on my To-Do List for today.
Take dad for birthday shopping for grandkids.
Charge batteries for Saturdays outing with Lian.
Edit and make some inspirational cards.
Fit in a Gaelic lesson or two.
Well that is it for now friends. I have to get out of my warm and comfy bed now😏
I want to thank you for your support and taking the time to read my post.
” A garden should be in a constant state of fluid change, expansion, experiment, adventure; above all, it should be an inquisitive, loving, but self-critical journey on the part of its owner.” ~HE Bates
Thank you very much for taking the time to join me in exploring our garden.
This morning Willow did not want to get up. But when I took my buff she was of the bed tail wagging. She knew something was going to happen.
When I took the car keys and her leash she did not run around like two days ago. I think she learned her lesson if she don’t sit so that I can put her leash on she stays home and I go out without her. This morning she came and sit infront of me so that I could put on her leash.
She ran to the car and when I opened the door she was inside.
It was a beautiful morning and we encounter a few dog walkers this morning. Willow took me for a walk this morning. My arm is still sore from the vaccination yesterday. Later Willow slowed down, and we both enjoyed a casual walk the second time around the dam.