As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, I try to publish one or two posts in between each Friday, so there aren’t only self-portraits here.
Not everything always work out the way we want it… huh?
This week just flew by. I wasn’t very busy, though.
Or… maybe I was…
Having two kids is already a piece of work, so saying I wasn’t busy would be actually a lie. Two days without the husband. Sewing, crocheting, cleaning.
Yes, you read it right: I finally made my first sewing creation: skirt for No.1
Just look for me in the next Project Runway
Oh… and I had a WONDERFUL photo shoot on Saturday. It was truly amazing.
On Friday, quick shot of my favorite belt (Yes, my belt, not my butt). I bought it about 10 years ago. It’s been with me through bad and good.
On Saturday I was the photographer…
and she was the model:
and I snapped a few pictures of this guy:
Back in days he was my ESL teacher.
Today, a dear friend.
The next day there was a pain. A horrible pain.
My Little Darlin always gets in a picture. No matter if I want it or not.
Me envisioning something is a one thing, but making it happen… oh dear, that’s a different story.
On Tuesday husband was gone for almost all day, but before he left I’d made him banana pancakes for breakfast.
and later I’d tried to fix a small problem in something I’ve made for No.2:
Those leg warmers were a little too big on the top part and I had to do something to make them fit better.
Can’t really say I fixed it!
Did I mention that No. 1 always finds a way to get in the picture ;)
At least it all had inspired me to take some pictures of our cranky-not sleeping-but definitely yawning a lot No.2
With the husband gone for the day and my headache back, there was no way I could survive that day without any pills.
I know those two picture are a little of a stretch.
Here, there is almost nothing of me… that tiny piece of my foot…
and here, there is not very visible reflection in our dog’s eye.
But you know what, I took much better shots of our daughter having fun and that’s what matters the most. Those simple moments of happiness… all because there was a wind blowing in her face and leaves dancing around her.
I think we all could learn a lot from our kids. Mostly how to enjoy our life.
Have a wonderful weekend my friends. Get out there and feel the wind!
I’m sorry I didn’t have the chance to answer to all your comments from last week. I’ve been more into the real life than the Internet one this past week. It felt really good, actually. Maybe I should do it more often