Wednesday, July 22, 2015

52 WEEKS OF MEMORIES | 29 - INSIDE

What an appropriate prompt for this week! With my car being fixed during the last week {thanks to the guy who ran into it while reversing in the car park} plus the cold/wet weather, we've spent an unusual amount of time at home and inside. We usually go out at least twice a week so it was a bit of a {mental} challenge for me being forced to stay home for an entire week. So of course if I couldn't go visit people I arranged for them to come to me. Two play dates fell through, but we did end up catching up with Cate and Sophie. The girls had fun building blocks together and playing with Max and I was thankful for some real life conversation. Plus we set up my new camera finally {although I still need to finish setting up the wifi option}.

29 | INSIDE


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52 weeks of memories



10 comments:

  1. A nice photo and it sounds like you had some much-needed adult conversation!

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    1. Yes it was definitely needed. I "talk" to people all day on facebook but face to face conversation was definitely better :)

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  2. We've been confined to the indoors as well. I really relate to your pic! LOL

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  3. Playdates are great for the kids and the adults aren't they.

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    1. So good! I'd be so lonely without play dates.

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  4. We've spent most of the school holidays inside with one child sick after the other. School went back yesterday and I've got two girls home sick today.

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  5. sometimes staying home means when you get to go out and about you really appreciate it....at least thats what has happened here - last week was rainy and I had too much study to do so we stayed inside too much...being out and about exploring and appreciating the warmer weather we have had.
    Great pics of your week inside - hope you get your car fixed and returned {my oldest backed into a car in Sydney last week and both cars need to fixed, spooky I know!!!}

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    1. Yep I have the car back and we're definitely making up for it now :)

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