Thursday, 24 March 2011

Celebrating The Every Day

My life runs on a similar schedule pretty much every day, and I sometimes feel that it doesn't make for exciting blogging.  But then I remind myself that the very name of this blog flags up the possibility of routine and, dare I say it, monotony.
So, with a nod to today's prompt from Blogging For Scrapbooking, I am celebrating the every day ...
 1) Story time with Grandad; always a delight.
2) Remembering that what is mundane to me is extraordinary to DS.



15 comments:

Beverly said...

Ruth, Two extraordinary blessings...having a grandparent part of the Every day and seeing the world through a child's eyes. loving your Everyday life ;)

Photographing Mom said...

Agreeing with Beverly's post to the utmost!!

Maya said...

Love the picture of your son reading with Grandad. Their face expressions are pricesless

Sian said...

I love your blog precisely because of your gift for celebrating the little things. I think if more mums had the guts to come right out like you and say "today was another day like yesterday, but at least the sun came out" it would be wonderful.

Debbie said...

Great photo of your son with Grandad, to be treasured:)
Love your layout too.
Debbie

Stephanie Medley-Rath said...

Nice post. Scrapbooking the everyday is the best!

Kirsty.a said...

Too true. you have to scrap that photo of grandad

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

LOVE the photo of your DS with his Grand-dad. :o)

And remember, it may seem mundane to you, but we like to see what you do everyday!

Karen said...

Love this post, love the photo and really, really love your lo.

scrappyjacky said...

A perfect photo of closeness between the generations.

Jinnag said...

Fabulous photo - and isn't the everyday the very fabric of our lives? It should be celebrated and remembered - and it seems to me you are making a really great job of it!

Cheri said...

It is the little things that matter most when all is said and done!

Amy said...

I love your blog Ruth because I can completely relate to how your days run!

Donna said...

Beautiful photo of your DS with his grandad - definitely one to cherish.

humel said...

Great post - and I love how you blog, you always make the 'everyday' so good to read :-)