Monday, 24 March 2008

Light Relief (just a couple of photos...)

I think it's about time I posted some new pictures don't you? Adding to which I think we all need a little bit of light relief before I delve back (well it's more than likely anyway) into the 'heaviness' that has characterised my last few posts...

I will confess that most of these were actually taken by Emsy, when she and Chris came to stay at the end of February. Much fun was had by all, and the kids loved having uncle and auntie to play with and show off to!!

My gorgeous 7 1/2 year-old
Emsy, my beautiful sister-in-law, feeding cake to my youngest. Life's tough like that...
Yes, it's the SEA. Wet. Very wet, Ben...
Phew this one's heavy. Can you skim this one??
Skimming stones is way harder than it looks, Chris!!
Completely bewildered...on Appley beach, Ryde (Isle of Wight, UK)
Bass-player extraordinaire
"...Your country needs YOU!!"
" Talk to the hand..."
Still mad about Lego! He spends hours building Star Wars spaceships...
Godfather and godson= thumbs up!
Uncles are so much fun...
"That's what I look like when no-one's looking! "


  1. :)

    Praise God for the Internet. When I am missing you you are always there smiling back at me :)
    XXX XX

  2. Yup, here we are in all our glory!! (except for yours truly that is, but then you can see me on Facebook, hehehe...)
    Praise God for the internet indeed.
    Love you girl xxx

  3. Grrrrrrreat pics! Thank you for letting us enjoy them. I never tire of those adorable joyful smiles!

  4. How lovely it is to go through your blog... You have this gift of pouring out your feelings very gently. Thanks Rach'.
    Tons of love,

  5. I love the 'talk to the hand', and the HAIR!
    I've got a doc appointment for 4.30pm today, so I'll let you know what they say.

  6. And in case he feels left out, Samuel looks great too ;-)


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