21/06/2015

Life Lately

Sometimes, things feel like a whirlwind, and I find it hard to keep up. Other times, I feel like I'm coasting, and prioritise certain things over others. For example, sitting on my bum, doing nothing, becomes a very important part of my day. This blogging break has been one of those. Unintentional in the beginning, I ended up enjoying the break from social media. I was tweeting less, posting became non existent. But, in the end I missed it, and so here I am, my second post after my little hiatus. In the last month or so, I have...


... Started up a little crochet bizz making cute little yarn-y friends - For more information, check out Inked Hibiscus Designs...


... Had a (messy house) fort day. Watching movies on the laptop, snuggled up in blankets with the smallie. You can't get any better than that.


... Went to the woods nearby for the FIRST TIME EVER! It's absolutely beautiful. So peaceful and the walkways were filled with wild garlic. I'm already looking forward to going back.



... Wrote a very special communion reflection for my oldest friend's wedding in a couple of weeks... That I absolutely can't show you.


... Went to the same friend's hen party in Waterford. Yeah, I know my makeup is dire, but I did have to do it on a ferry many hours before this photo was taken...




... And crocheted her a very special little friend...




... We gave Caelen his birthday present two months early, by doing up a section of the back garden into his very own playground! When I say we, I will admit that Tommie did the majority of the work. He's a good'un!.. And because it's raining almost constantly since we finished, here's an in progress shot of one side of the garden now.



... Realised that soon I'll have a three year old. A THREE YEAR OLD! It's both exciting and terrifying all at once...


All in all, it's been a good month (and some). Now I feel like whatever blogger block I had has been lifted, and I'm ready to take up my little hobby once again. Lets see how long it lasts this time!
 

1 comment:

  1. The crocheted octopi are so cute! So is the penis but in a totally different way :P I once crocheted a womb for an endometriosis fund raiser
    Love Hayley,
    Water Painted Dreams

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