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A beautiful London wedding! And my two were gorgeous guests – even if I am biased!


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Quiet day at home after the late night. We had a play with the face painting kit and I was quite chuffed with my efforts – as were the girls!


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A last bit of play with Nanna and Granpa before they head home and Bunny’s best friend came over to play too!


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With no plans for the day, we took the dog for a long walk on the beach and into Broadstairs where we enjoyed hot drinks in the Albion garden. Bunny has become a little bit obsessed with rock pools though!


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Our playdate cancelled at the last minute so we went for the back-up plan to meet up with Bunny’s school friends and join them for a teddy bear’s picnic at the park.


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What started out as a sunny day turned out to be showery so we ended up having a quiet day. But just as I was despairing at finding something to photograph, this slithered across our patio! It’s a slow worm which is a legless (not drunk) lizard and is completely harmless.


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The girls went to London with the wife so I had a very rare day to myself. I enjoyed a lovely long walk with the dog along the beach, did some serious hedge-trimming and then enjoyed some quiet time to myself.

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9 comments on “236-242/Project 365
  1. Love the photo of Bunny and the rock pools and very impressed with your face painting efforts!

  2. Erica Price says:

    The rockpools look gorgeous as do the wedding guests. Sounds like a fun week.

  3. Helen C says:

    Love the rockpool and the face painting looks great!

  4. Jaime Oliver says:

    OMG … i am shocked with that snake .. in fact i am totally panicked!

  5. If I could do facepainting like you then my daughter would be insisting I do her face all the time! How cool catching a shot of the slow worm.

  6. Notmyyearoff says:

    That rock pool is really eye catching, all that white in the middle of the sand.

  7. CaroleHeidi says:

    I have never seen a slow worm – I am a bit jealous.

    Also – you have some serious face painting skills! Whenever I do the kids it looks like they did it themselves with wax crayons 😉

  8. some beautiful shots, love the face paint!!

  9. The rockpools photograph is so clear and bright, I hope she found plenty of interesting creatures in its depths!

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