We are in the midst of winter, and here in our home in the midst of wintry sickness. Not much fun – Mia came home unwell on Friday and it has ravaged through each member of the family, though so far luckily leaving Simon untouched. There has been a fair amount of couch time, reading, watching movies, and spending some time on computers. Reuben and I have finished our current books, watched The Lone Ranger (which we enjoyed very much), and drunk a lot of herbal tea while sitting in one spot for the past couple of days. It’s oddly nice to be forced to do very little.
In the past day I have been going through my rather shocking photo files trying to right their filing wrongs – well let’s say it’s been a while since I have done what I always promise myself I am going to do, and that is to go back and organise them into months and years. You would think I would know better, you would think I would know to save myself the hassle by doing it at the time… apparently not. It is rather lovely going back through these files though. I am guilty, as I am sure a lot of us are, of not printing very much at all – which remains to be odd with me as I do take rather a lot of photo’s. One aspect of today’s organising that I really enjoyed was looking through some of the more summery moments captured in our two summer breaks – at Moeraki and Kakanui. Two places we just love, and two very magical spots in this beautiful country. So I thought, in the middle of winter, I would share a little more of our summer – and if you were at all curious as to how much time I can waste into the computer, the answer is most of the day it would seem.
Please pop by again later in the week – I will be announcing and launching my newest idea and challenge – I hope you all like it, and I really hope some of you may be inspired to join in!