f someone had told me a year ago I would be spending a Sunday afternoon in November sea swimming in a bright yellow swimsuit I would say they were mad. But it turns out I’m the mad one because I’ve done well over 200 and loved every one of them. Embracing a crazy new challenge was the best thing I ever did … More My Week In Pictures – Find Your Thing And Love It.
My heart really is so full when I look at my children and when I get the chance to be with them. This time next week they will both be gone again but at least Chr***m*s is just around the corner. ❤ … More My Week In Pictures – A Heart Full of Love
Nothing smacks of Monday morning like being woken to the sound of your husband barfing up in the bathroom. Poor Orkney Beef had woken with a sick bug and he didn’t do it quietly. Aren’t I the lucky one? In all honesty, I’ve mentioned before that I have a very debilitating sickness phobia called Emetophobia. … More My Week In Pictures – Surviving, Smiling, Capturing Joy
”Can you just hold on one second?’ *drops landline phone* Two minutes later…. ‘Sorry, while I was talking to you I saw a postal van being lifted on to a boat and had to run and take a photo of it for the blog’ So this is what life is like for you if you’re … More My Week In Pictures – Island Life, Friendship and Global #Swimrise
It’s been another incredibly busy week and someone asked me recently how I fit it all in. I know what you’re all thinking. ‘I bet she has feral kids, beans on toast every night and a trashed house’ and to be honest you’re not far wrong. I long for life to slow down and was only … More My Week In Pictures -Fitting Two Weeks Into One.
Two things herald the arrival of Autumn. Hay bales in the field and the new season of Strictly. Neither disappointed this week. If I could bottle the mood of Friday 20th September I would, and I’d sell it and make a fortune. That tiny pocket of time where the weather is right for harvest, and … More My Week In Pictures – September Mood and Waving Starfish
A farmer once told me that farmer’s spend their life ‘looking over hedges’ Checking to see the progress their neighbouring farms are making and who was where with the seasonal work. We don’t have many hedges in Orkney. Instead we have miles and miles of dry stone dykes (walls) and fences, and if you look … More My Week In Pictures – Season Change