Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #1

Well I thought I would jump on the #wonderfulwednesday train!

Recently, I went for a lovely dog walk with my friend Michelle from Life Out Of London who has been part of Wonderful Wednesday for ages. I was saying how I have lost my way with my blog and don't feel as if anyone would be interested in reading it and how I have lots of drafts but then they go out of date and so don't get published!

I had toyed with the idea of doing a weekly post so there's not so much to talk about in one go and it gives me a little structure and timescale to work with.
She pointed out that it is something I can look back on in the future which is very true!

I have in the past done a "Mundane Midweek" but feel Wonderful Wednesday is much more up beat and I can tell you about all the nice things in my life.


This week looks a little like this...

New life on the farm
We have had a single chick born recently and it is soooo cute! We have a motley variety of chooks and this one is a Bantam so a small chicken. More specifically, the mother is a Silkie and the father is a Pekin so I wonder what the chick will look like when it grows up.

We also had a new lamb born a few days after the chick. She is a cracking little lamb who needed my assistance to enter the world but is fit, healthy and strong and enjoys sunbathing, running around and leaping in the air.

We had to move house about 18 months ago and our new house was in a very poor state with the grounds having been left to get wild over several years.
I found some photos of when we first moved there and it really helped to boost our morale when we saw how far we have come in a relatively short space of time. 
The house still leaves an awful lot to be desired but we are waiting for planning approval to hopefully transform it!

Spring walks
I have just had a week off work and have explored some new walks with the dogs which we have really enjoyed.
Yesterday we went on one of our usual walks and the sun was shining, we were the only ones there and it was so lovely and peaceful - bliss!

I have dusted off my DSLR and hope to take it out a bit more to document my surroundings. The next thing will be to do something with the photos like publish them on here or social media for others to enjoy as well!
This is an awesome picture I got of Tiggs last week down on the beach:

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