Friday, 12 April 2013

Happy Countryside Living Its Only Natural

Time is marching on , but not in a sorrowful way in a way then makes me proud I watch my boy at football and realise there's not many years where I can watch him. Though snow , wind and freezing temperatures I have watched him, apart from the couple of times when it was hammering it down !
But each moment that I do watch hi is a moment frozen in time in my memory, heart and photo the past is always there and the future comes and soon becomes the past. The trick is to build happy memories and not let the bad memories , bad times get you down and this is what I am doing for me and  my family.





When you can forgive other people , you can forgive yourself ( for what ever reason) time is of the moment and when you write sometimes you can be quite reflective. So imagine when soldiers of the First War wrote home then could not convey all that they saw and experience on the Front Line. It was a time when the class system prevailed and when human politics and country politics were at play. It was a promise for heroes. And next week I will save a few original First world war articles with you , and a few family insights.

This week has been quite action packed from trips out, to sorting furniture and the never ending task of shifting  junk  from one place to another. And then there's the country I just love the country not just because I live on the edge of it but I love getting out there and taking different shots. And this week J was playing football in another very picturesque location.. The pictures I think and hope speak for themselves.




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10 comments:

  1. Great photos - love the one with the fallen tree trunk by the river.

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  2. i feel bad saying this, but i am not looking forward to the fact that one day i may have to stand out in all weathers cheering my boys on in a sport - its not that i dont want to support them its the standing out in freezing wet weather!! i sound bad dont i?
    anyway, good on you for supporting him so much (good mummy!)
    you found some great scenes to photograph - i especially like the collapsed tree one all that age of its tree life showing in those lines x

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  3. Gorgeous photos. The one with the big branch is very interesting.

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  4. Ah the joys out cold mornings standing in all sorts of weathers. I think my mum was glad when this stopped.

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  5. Here to making lots of happy memories and being a good parent standing in the cold and wet cheering them on!

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  6. you certainly do have beautiful countryside round you. yes they grow up all the quick. nb wish you would learn to link with your blog name so I can find you easier

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  7. We sat and watched our local team play this weekend. Twas freezing!

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  8. What a pretty area to play!

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  9. I bet that the riverbank is a beautiful place in the middle of Spring and Summer.

    Thanks for linking up to Project 365.

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