Through the summer I anticipated autumn and dreamt of daily blog posts, and of endless quiet moments drinking coffee and staring out of the window watching the colours change. Of having a morning a week to myself. Yes! Myself!!! Man alive. It aint happening. Scratch that – the first week was pretty chilled. I may have had a coffee at some point. sitting down.

It’s not bad stuff. Just busy stuff. I drove cross country last week, with my three year old travel companion, to help pack up my parents house ready for the big move to Yorkshire. A little bitter sweet. Very therapeutic. Closure is sometimes important. Goodbye’s sometimes need dealing with. So it was dealt with.

I have no photos. I’m not even entirely sure where my camera is. I’m behind with my project 52. But we all knew that would happen, right? I’ll catch up, in a cheating creative kinda way.

But we do have a dog. For a week anyways until the move is done. Im questioning our wisdom in calling our youngest Ruby when we already have a Rosie around. The two of them answer to either name now.

I daren’t expect a normal week anymore. But [as long as I get my sleep] I’m ready for extraordinary. Bring. It. On.

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September.

I love September. I love the newness despite being 9/12s into the year. I love the colour of the new season creeping in. And despite the crazy wind at the moment, I love the weather.

My new work hours are giving me time to breathe. To let my head catch up with my feet. It helps that I think of the week ahead and look forward to being at home and look forward to being at work.

The Summer was good, but there wasnt a time when I didn’t feel disconnected in some way, like I was having fun on the ride but it was spinning too fast. So apologies for the lack on words over here, while I’ve been catching my breath. I fully intent to blog more than ever in the months to come.