"I started photographing my domestic world and writing not just about what I had made,
but why I made it, examining the thoughts that accompany creativity and the act of making."
Jane Brocket from The Gentle Art of Domesticity p. 189 UK edition

Tuesday, April 10, 2012


This morning my almost three-year-old grand girl was working on flash cards with her mom.
She sounded out
" huh...eh...nnn "
Then she triumphantly concluded
Then later the little darling went out
in the yard with her mom
and brought me back this
beautiful bouquet
I want to share with you.
Blessings <3


  1. Children are so sweet are'nt they. I have a few psots to catch up with as I spent Easter with my Mum. I went last Thurs and home today. On one of your posts I think you mentioned someething about life 'spinning along' mine is but maybe not quite as I would like, however what will be will be. Mum, DH and I had a lovely peaceful Easter, I did not make it to Church although sat in the churchyard on Saturday for a wee while thinking. take care Anne x

    1. Yes, their lives often remind me how precious life is. I'm so glad you and DH were able to spend time with your mum. I too missed church this Easter [because I'm trying to encourage a pulled muscle/ligament to heal]. I hope the peace you found in your days away from home will invade your week now that you are back to your normal routine. <3

  2. Such a smart girl! And what a lovely bouquet!!!

  3. I love that daffodil with the darker orange trumpet! I "need" to get some different varieties to mix with my old standbys. See you on Friday!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

  4. Kids really do say the funniest things :) Your bouquet looks absolutely beautiful...I have to say that I think daffodils are my favourite flowers as they always look so cheerful x x x

  5. LOL How darling. Your granddaughter reminds me of my 3yo niece. Silly, funny, darling girls. And what a beautiful bouquet! :)


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