It’s the weekend so plenty of opportunity to take photos so spoilt for choice again. With a teenager in the house there are endless shots of phone gazing but I’ll spare you another of those.
When I was a kid we used to shell peas…one of the jobs we liked but there weren’t many peas left to cook by the time we’d finished. I guess mum didn’t mind…
Our washing machine has broken. Throwback to happy student days sitting in the launderette keeping warm! I took Aonghas – important rite of passage learning how to wash in a launderette!
Would have been my Mum’s 88th birthday today. 34 years since she died tomorrow. I prefer to think of her birthday than her death day so today’s photo is dedicated to my Mum. Scary to think I am now older than she was in my memories. Love you Mum. Xxx
I was quite nervous doing my first keynote presentation for the CLA in Napier; fortunately I could use the cold as an excuse for my legs shaking!
It was good to get up high after a day inside working and make the most of the last hour or so of sunlight. The Bluff Hill Lookout enclosures are built on the remnants of two World War II gun emplacements and there is a stunning view all around. Looking down at the container port made me think of our own container that we brought out 8 years ago – all our world in a metal box shipped across the oceans. At the end of the day, it’s just stuff – our world is our family and friends on both sides of the globe. But stuff also triggers memories. I wonder as I get older how I will hold all those memories in my head – what is the “stuff” I would choose to keep to rekindle deeply hidden memories? I think it would be my photos.