The summer holidays are in full swing here.
We’re still very much enjoying the break from the school routine and not having to be up and out every morning.
Steve’s really busy at work at the moment, so we didn’t go too far from home at the weekend. Instead we went for a walk round Singleton Park to see the floral displays.
August is possibly the best month to go and see them, as they’re all in full bloom and absolutely stunning.
Steve took this photo of Nerys as we had a little sit down before heading back home, and I just had to use it for this week’s living arrows post because I thought it was really sweet.
Last week we also spent an afternoon in Brynmill park, where we bumped into friends from school which was a lovely surprise.
We had some time at home doing art projects for the children’s cubs/rainbows badges, as well as baking some flapjacks which are so tasty.
The busiest day for us was Thursday when we got the bus into town and visited Swansea Museum. They had a craft activity on where the children got to paint rocks. They had a great time and the artist running the session was lovely and even let Rhys take home one of the sample rocks that she had painted.
Our plans for this week are still quite vague, which is no bad thing in my book.
What I do know is that my sister and her girls are coming to see us for the day on Tuesday which we’re all very excited about. The cousins always love getting together and it’s so nice now they’re all older and my sister and I can actually chat in relative peace!
How is your summer going so far?