The dreary winter days seems to be all but a memory now. The weather has finally decided to give us a break and has been showering us with lovely sunshiny days. Oh do let the good times last! And if the BBC 5 day weather forecast is correct, the glorious sunny days are here to stay, for this week at least. Yes lovely readers, we do get delightful weather too here in the UK and when it happens England becomes even more beautiful than it already is. No more whinging, no more moping around and wanting to put my head in the-oven moods. The sunshine does wonders to ones well-being, doesn’t it?
Anyway, I’d like to share some lovely anecdotes/memories, ones for filing in my mind, to be used later, when maybe, winter comes and my mood turns bleak again. Let me share them with you …
A couple of days ago, I was doing some ironing when I heard an excited voice cry out: Bye, bye hair plane! Bye, bye! Bye, bye hair plane! Bye, bye! I looked up from my ironing and spied this from the doorway of our kitchen:
She looked so lovely, innocent and happy as she waved and shouted Bye-bye hair plane! (Yes, she pronounces airplane with an H no matter how much we correct her). The day was lovely, we had some linen hanging in the lawn to dry, there was a gentle breeze blowing and life seemed so perfect. I quickly took a photo of my daughter in my mind, I wanted to freeze the moment, so I quickly grabbed my camera.
Yesterday, as we were getting ready to go out and do our shopping, T said to me. Take my picture Mommy! I was surprised because she doesn’t like to have her photo taken. As soon as she sees you point the camera at her, she runs away or hides her face. So I grabbed my camera, eager to take a photo of her. But she didn’t want her picture taken inside the house and led me outside and into her Dada’s shed. There – among her Dad’s gardening tools, she actually posed … thrice! The thing is, I have no idea where she got those poses from. I never even use the word on her, nor do I do pose when I have my picture taken. Hang on, I very seldom have my photo taken. I’m always the one behind the camera and I also doubt if she’s seen it on TV. Good lord. I have filed this memory under my “funny ones” and “What-the-H-was-she-doing/thinking” ones.
Btw, I’m not done with my Brighton posts yet. There’s certainly more to come!