Wednesday, October 21, 2015

52 WEEKS OF MEMORIES | 42 - FLOWER

We don't have much of a garden in our backyard, plus we're in the process of ripping it all up to re-do the whole thing {although its been a slooooow process}, so we don't have many flowers in our actual yard. Apart from the lovely ones that grow on the weeds that I shared last week. We do have some lovely little garden beds in our complex though. Bub loves stopping to look at all the fwowers and say hello to the bees {I personally hate saying hello to the bees because I'm allergic to them and I get palpitations just being near them, but I don't want to pass on my fears to her so I have to be brave mummy}. Since I've had bub its really made me stop and smell the flowers a lot more {and not just literally}, its so nice to slow down and notice little things each day. Small things like a pretty flower can absolutely make her day, its nice to see how wonderful the small things really can be.

42 | FLOWER


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4 comments:

  1. I am never sorry when I've taken the time to slow down and appreciate nature. Sounds like she's a nature lover.

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    1. Yep she definitely is. Even when we're driving she's always telling me about the trees and flowers that she can see out the windows.

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  2. It's the joy in the ordinary isn't it! Enjoy the flowers.

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    1. Yep sometimes the ordinary things are the best.

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