What a week. I was struck down with Freya’s school germs last Sunday and couldn’t even get out of bed. She was then sent home from school again on Wednesday but I’m pretty sure something else, other than illness, is going on – especially as I had to leave her sobbing my name on Thursday and Friday, which has never happened before. It was heartbreaking.
It’s safe to say I was very pleased when the weekend arrived. To kick it off we went to Cromer on Friday night where is was 18C at 6pm in October! We were on the beach, making sandcastles with no coats in sight. It seemed crazy (but very enjoyable). The shot above is taken from the pier. It’s not technically perfect but I really liked the way it came out. It reminds me of an oil painting.
I hope you’ve had a better week than us.
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We had a little after school jaunt to Cromer on Thursday night where, unsurprisingly when it was 3C, there were not many people out and about.
This meant it was perfect for Mark (and to a lesser degree Freya) to play on her scooter.
It was nice to see my favourite posts again too.
When it got too dark, we bought some chips and made it home just before her normal bedtime, as it was a school night.
It was lovely to be out and about again.
Hope you’ve had a good week.
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We went to Cromer last night, just as the sun was setting, for a little adventure, which culminated in eating takeaway pizza on the pier.
It was really busy at that time, with people heading for the evening show, but I managed to take this one while no one was walking by. I’m sure there was a lot more I could do, technically, to make the lights stand out a bit better but there was something about it I liked. I’ve posted some more pics on Instagram.
Wishing you a great week ahead.
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