Don’t adjust your screens folks, that’s right, I’m still on February time here at Wellies on the School Run. Between writing posts on my latest Little Loves, a Sunday well spent at the beach and World Book Day last week I just didn’t get around to posting my favourite photos of the month. In future I think I’m going to do this round up on a bi-monthly or seasonal basis as I seem to have given myself too many things to focus on in an all-too-familiar rush at month-end time. You know those people who put pressure on themselves to do things and then realise a bit further down the line they just can’t keep up with it? That’s me – ALL THE TIME 😉 . And so.
Moving on from my personal trying-to-do-it-all-and-failing habit, it’s been a funny old month on the photo-taking front with the Scottish weather offering us a carousel of offerings including Spring, snow and Spring again on repeat. We’ve enjoyed a few more school snow days and also a bit of sun worshipping. Oh well, it gives us something to talk about doesn’t it? – most days I’d be lost without a bit of weather chat. I think about 99 per cent of my Instagram posts include some kind of reference to the weather. So much so that I’m thinking of changing my blog name to something more meteorologically-related – what do you reckon, folks, is Weather on the School Run a catchier name for this here blog? 😉
Weather aside, it’s been nice to see the first buds of Spring these last weeks, and (even if I did buy them myself from my local supermarket), the joy of simple blooms. Elsewhere we enjoyed walks, cycles and wanders around our lovely town when the sun was out. And a bit of sea-gazing – there’s nothing like a bit of sea-gazing to reset those weary eyes.
And reason 5067 I love living in Scotland: our national animal is the unicorn. You can see this statue in Falcon Square in Inverness if you’re ever visiting – bit of advice folks, wherever you go in life just remember to keep on looking up. There’s not much more to say here apart from IT’S A UNICORN. And Scotland and unicorns together – hey, that’s life made in a single square.
On the blog side, there are always photo-styling opportunities and flatlays. Little secret – I don’t always read books surrounded by flowers and on pristine backgrounds but this little online space of mine is where the pretty rules. In real life the bins have to go out and sinks aren’t always empty. That’s real life but no one wants to see the bins now, do they? 😉 If it’s okay with you I’ll keep the pretty stuff instead 🙂 .
One thing that never needs airbrushing is family, and I’ll leave you with this capture of a heart-shaped rock we found on that said Sunday on the beach. As you do, we took a photo of our feet around it (minus the pawed child who was alas too busy rounding up a pile of seaweed). Things that remain constant in life: family, love and the impossibility of getting a decent family photo including canines. Better luck next time, eh?
For now, four pairs of feet will have to do.
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What a wonderful collection of lovely photos xx
Thankyou Susan hope you are having a lovely week xx
Such gorgeous photos as always! I know I say it all the time but you live in a beautiful part of the world. I do wonder what we would do if we couldn’t talk about the weather, I kind of like that we do so much though and that we’re well known for it. Since my mum moved to France all our conversations and texts compare our weather!! She sends me photos so I can see what the weather is like there, aren’t we odd?! 🙂 xx
Aww thank you Hayley. Yes I think us Brits would be lost without the changeable weather – my family and I live really close to each other and we still text about the weather too! xx