Living Arrows 2017 – 24/52

There seems to be a bit of a bug going round our house at the moment.

Both the children have had runny noses and have been sneezing a fair bit over the past week.  And Steve and I have just felt wiped out, so tired and foggy-headed.

On Saturday we had a really lazy day at home.  We took advantage of the rainy weather and had a pj day, watching tv, playing on the computer, doing puzzles and things like that.

I think we all needed it.

Yesterday though, we ventured out for a blast of fresh air.  It was so windy here we decided against going to the beach, so just went for a quick scoot round Victoria park and a play on the swings.

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One thing I love about Victoria Park is that it’s just across the road from the beach, so you still get the benefits of the sea air.  As soon as we got out of the car you could smell it, and I’m sure breathing in that salty air does us all a lot of good!

Rhys had great fun on the tyre swing with another little boy he met there.  His dad was pushing them both really high and Rhys thought it was brilliant.  It always makes me smile when I watch him being bold in those situations.  He will chat to anyone, striking up conversations with people as we pass them on our way round the park.

He’s so much more outgoing than I’ve ever been!

 

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    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:41 pm

      Thank you, we were all feeling better but Rhys has been poorly and home from school today! Hopefully we’ll all be feeling well soon! x

  1. Donna 13/06/2017 / 9:47 pm

    Oh my gosh, I am so in need of a PJ day. It sounds like bliss – and that park sounds perfect to blow away the cobwebs x

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:43 pm

      I’m a big fan of PJ days, I think we all need them now and then! x

  2. Emma T 15/06/2017 / 10:07 pm

    That’s a gorgeous pic of Rhys. I wish N would be more outgoing like that. He always looks at other children approaching him as thought he can’t understand why they’re talking to him #livingarrows

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:44 pm

      Oh bless him! Rhys will pretty much talk to anyone! x

  3. Sherry 16/06/2017 / 10:05 pm

    Stunning photo, I hope you’re all feeling better now #LivingArrows

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:45 pm

      Thank you. Rhys has been poorly today, but hopefully we’ll all be well soon! x

  4. Pat - White Camellias 17/06/2017 / 2:47 pm

    What a lovely photo. I agree the sea air is just so medicinal. Hope you all feel better soon #livingarrows

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:45 pm

      There really is something about sea air isn’t there. x

  5. Sarah 18/06/2017 / 9:20 pm

    What a lovely picture – sounds like you had a great time at the park. Also, a bit random but could you be suffering with hayfever? The pollen count has been really high the last week, so even if you don’t normally get it it could be causing the sneezing and runny noses…

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:47 pm

      Hmm, maybe it has been a touch of hayfever. I’ve never suffered with it, and neither has my husband so it didn’t occur to me that maybe the children might get it! x

  6. Mudpie Fridays 19/06/2017 / 12:07 am

    We’ve had a bit of a bug too and it’s been difficult to put our fingers on it. The park sounds fab I’m with you on the salt air. Gorgeous picture xx #LivingArrows

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:48 pm

      There seem to be quite a lot of mystery bugs going round at the moment, not quite a cold but a general poorly feeling. Not fun! x

  7. Emily and Indiana 19/06/2017 / 8:12 am

    I hope you’re all feeling better now? What a lovely photo, you can’t beat fresh air! xx

    • This glorious life 23/06/2017 / 7:12 pm

      We were feeling better, but Rhys has been off school today with a fever and aches and pains! I’m sure we’ll all be well again soon though! x

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