It’s been a bit of a dreary (not to mention windy) week in Norfolk and Freya and I got soaked for the first time this term walking home from school on Friday. As a result I thought I’d share some sunshine in the form of these sunflowers.
Mark came home from work with them, which was a lovely surprise. It just happened to be a night when there was a beautiful sunset too and I couldn’t resist getting them together.
They lasted a good while but as they were getting past their best, I decided to have a play with them. I’m always admiring flatlays on Instagram. How hard can it be, I wondered? Actually quite hard indeed when you don’t know what you’re doing.
The only one I like is this one.
I’d quite like to work it into my blog header, some how.
I hope you’ve had a sunny week.
As always, I’ve linked up with Darren’s My Sunday Photo. To see what other people have captured, please click on the camera below.
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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After a week of illness, we all felt the need for a little fresh air and adventure yesterday – and after getting various chores done we set off for Happisburgh Lighthouse.
Built in 1790, Happisburgh (pronounced hazebra) is the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain. There’s a chance to climb the 112 steps to the lantern at events and tours run during the year.
Along with the lighthouse there is a beach to explore, a lovely cliff top walk and a fabulous playground too.
Just what the doctor ordered.
I hope you’ve all had a healthy week. To see what other people have submitted for My Sunday Photo, please click on the camera below.
Also, please pop back tomorrow because my latest Behind The Book interview is with the fabulous Isabella Davidson, who writes the popular blog Notting Hill Yummy Mummy and has now published her first book, Beta Mum: Adventures In Alpha Land.