Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Woodland and Bubbles

A walk in the woods with the grandchildren, who are staying over for a couple of nights.

The low sun is cutting through the trees and partial mist. The light is beautiful.

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The youngest grandson has insisted on bringing his bubble mixture.

It's too good an opportunity to miss





Once again Chrsitmas has been an enjoyably relaxed affair. Over the years it has been honed to include all the bits we love while ridding ourselves of the things no one was really bothered about.

As well as being extraordinarily fortunate in having a roof over our heads, clothes on our back and food in our freezer, we also don't have to endure nightmarish scenarios of being forced into close proximity with people we're less than keen on keeping company with.

I hope your festive season has been as enjoyable, or if not, it has at least given you plenty of blog-fodder to write about

6 comments:

hope said...

Ah bubbles...childhood magic in a bottle. Love the last one!

Wasn't my favorite Christmas on record (Shingles, followed by the Flu that just lingers) but I have a good Hubby, good dog and enough to keep us safe and warm. Best to you and yours for the coming year.

Kim Ayres said...

Hope - Sorry to hear you've not been well. Glad you have the support of of a good hubby and dog though :)

Hope 2015 is wonderful for you :)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Christmas is over, my cousin and her family are back in the US, it's a grey, drizzly day today...and your photos are simply WOW, make me feel wonderful inside!

Kim Ayres said...

Guyana-Gyal - I'm glad they put a smile on your face. Wishing you all the best for the year ahead :)

Puneet Kumar said...

Aw Great Sir :)

Kim Ayres said...

Puneet - thank you :)