As we drove up the long, winding roads to Roque de lots Muchachos (La Palma) my stomach was kept Churning. The roads are narrow, have hairpin turns and massive drops on either side. It was however, worth it for the view.
Today is National Dog Day (yay!) although in our household I’m sure my two boys believe that it’s all about them every day anyway! They always sometimes uphold their dignity but in all honesty it is tricky for them as they are to intent on having fun! Archie is a 5 year old labradoodle and … More National Dog Day
Two beautiful boats sailing on Lake Windermere in perfect synchronisation. Synchronize
“Ooze – to pass or flow slowly through or as if through small openings or interstices” Ooze
I love grainy wood, we have it all over our house and have a surprising amount of photos with grainy wood in them – one of my all time favourites is looking out over the sandy beach in Sri Lanka. I’m sorry for the quality of photographs today – I guess they’re also grainy! Grainy
As a teacher I believe that poetry is important for children, it really does allow them to feel a range of different emotions and let them play around with words in a way that no other genre allows. The poem below is displayed in our staff room so t was easier to pick a post … More Daily Prompt: Prickle
“staring fiercely or fixedly” My two dogs are fiercely protective of each other and have been for years. The word glaring to me is Cosby’s reaction when I was taking this picture of them napping together when Archie was just a puppy. Glaring