Monday, 6 November 2017

Living Arrows 45/52

“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth by Kahlil Gibran

I've been a rubbish blogger of late and have missed two weeks of living arrows. The first week I had been so busy and just hadn't taken any photos at all. The second week I came down with an awful cold and throat infection which as lasted just over 10 days. So as I didn't want to miss another week, this weeks photo is courtesy of my mother in law. 

She looked after him at the beginning of the week for us one afternoon and this photo pretty much sums up Blake at the moment. He loves to help put the washing on before sitting and watching it til it ends. I can imagine the confusion on his face when he saw both the washing machine and tumble dryer over at his Granny's and not knowing which to watch. 







Living Arrows

19 comments:

  1. There's a lot of bugs going around so don't fret about the blogging. Love the photo, when my mummy was a kid she used to watch the spin on washing machines too x

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  2. Oh gosh I hope you are feeling better now there really has been some nasty bugs going around.

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  3. Oh no! I really hope that you are feeling better now sending love your way!Cute picture of Blake watching the dryer x

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  4. I hope that you will continue to heal. It is good that you have a helpful mother-in-law.

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  5. My guys love watching the washer go! Sorry you’ve been unwell — we have too & the threenager’s just begun with ANOTHER cold — waah!! Hope you’re all better xx

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  6. I've been rubbish at blogging as well life has just been consuming all of my time and then I hit bloggers block. Sometimes a little break is needed xx

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  7. So cute what little ones can get transfixed on! Glad to hear you're feeling better :)

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  8. Oh no, I am sorry to hear about your cold and throat infection. Hope you are now feeling better! Such a cute picture!

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  9. I used to have a friend that liked to watch the washing machine work. He said it was inspiring!

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  10. This takes me back, my two loved the “white noise” of the washing machine. Lovely picture x

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  11. Weeks sometimes just seem to go past and before you realise it's months. We seem to have barely a few days between one bug and another at the moment, I'm so behind on everything.
    I hope you are feeling better now

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  12. Archer is exactly the same currently, OBSESSED with watching the washing machine! x

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  13. Ahh bless him! My youngest loves watching the washing machine and my eldest loves to help with the washing too :) ox

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  14. Wishing you better soon. I think it's the time of year for sniffles now.

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  15. Awww don't stress about blogging. Life gets in the way sometimes and we can only do our best. I used to love watching the washing machine as a kid!

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  16. Ah I remember when my two first discovered the washing machine - they love it going round!! x

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  17. Lol, that must have sent his eyes all over the place! Hope you're beter soon #livingarrows

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  18. Aww bless him! Parker is a bit obsessed with the washing machine, although it's usually him turning it off than just watching haha x

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  19. Oh bless you, weve all been ill too, it's hard at this time of year. Hope you all feel better soon.

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