Hi there everyone 😀
So, here we are, in the midst of what feels like a bit of a heat-wave, for the first of my new series of Joy in the Everyday Ordinary posts.
I am going to be trying to capture a photograph each day which reflects something that either made me smile or brought me joy. Something that perhaps is just part of the everyday ordinary and isn't quite significant enough to make a post of its own, but is worth capturing for the memory, even if it was just a moment.
Depending on how I get on it could well become a regular feature so here we go with what I think captures our first seven days of May. I hope you like it ...
|Day 1 - After a bit of a bleak week it was lovely to wake up to blue skies and sunshine for the start of a new month. I wandered round the garden in my dressing gown and captured this shot of the Morello cherry, which was looking amazing. It was a day of running errands and finishing off my lavender hearts for my first craft fair of the year later this month, and an evening out with old work friends for good food and an even better catch up
|Day 2 - There was no sign of sunshine this morning, it was bleak, grey and very wet. Martin had a hospital appointment and we knew it would be pretty much an all day affair so we put dinner in the slow cooker, I packed a bag of books, crochet, magazines, snacks and a drink and we headed out. By the time we were not far up the road the sun came out and the rape fields looked pretty spectacular. We couldn't stop to take a photo but we did manage to on the way back ... it was a real vibrant shot of colour to the countryside
|Day 3 - Rocky road ready for a 'crafty morning' I will be attending on Saturday. It's the first time I've been and I was really excited and just needed to decide what to take to work on. I certainly had plenty to choose from