I’ve been reading David’s duChemin books “Ten” and “Ten More” this week and I’ve been focusing on capturing the moment.
Trying to be storytelling (we went after something delicious after Veronica’s kindergarten). And I have no idea what happened to colours of Veronica’s face and hair here. It seems like her face was in a shadow while her hair caught some golden light.
I had a box of some random stuff from my teenage times. I decided to unpack it this day and throw away the most unnecessary things. This was pretty hard as my daughter participated and was willing to keep everything for herself.
Kids played Uno for the whole day.
Unexpected. He wasn’t expecting me taking picture of him through this window. I wasn’t expecting him passing by when I raised my camera to take a shot of this window.
It looks like the summer is over…
Autumn signs in our kitchen: hot tea, apples, and sea buckthorn oil as the best remedy for my little health issues.
Here you can see a typical scene of how a team of workers repair roads in our country (in my neighbourhood here): with the team of seven, one man works, six look after him.