Over the spring break my hazel eyed boy woke up one morning and decided he wanted to build his own vegie patch... He is sooooo independent that he went outside and started to clear weeds and over a couple of days he built a very cool looking little garden... We took him to Bunnings for plants and he chose what he wanted... He is only 16 years old even though he gets mistaken for a 19 year old quiet often and I hear so many mums say it is so hard to raise teenage boys....well I must be one of the lucky ones... Don't get me wrong there are times when I have to pry him away from the computer keyboard and he procrastinates a lot when he has assignments due but he is a beautiful, loving, bright young man... This week he has decided he would like to be captain or a prefect in his senior year of school so even though he was beyond nervous he went off and did the speeches in front of 250 of his peers and then again in front of the full teaching staff. No matter what happens with the vote I am proud of the fact he wants to stand up and be part of his last year at school... He is so easy to love and cherish...I am a blessed mum.
Have spent the last couple of days till early hours of the morning working on my new web site... You can find it here MY STORE.
I would also love you all to follow me on my facebook page... and I must say one of my favourite pastimes is finding beautiful inspiration on pinterest... Only 2 months today to my hazel eyed girls wedding...Still loads to organise but what a beautiful and amazing time it is... Her blue eyed boy arrived with roses and tulips this morning for there 10 month anniversary and they headed to the coast for a day together... Both my hazel eyed ones are in the midst of assignments for the next few weeks... plus leadership positions for my hazel eyed boys last year of school next year... Life just feels like it is on warp speed at the moment....I love this saying .....
never let it be said that a dream is a waste of one's time, for dreams are our realities in waiting. In dreams we plant the seeds for our future...
mother, wife, designer, renovator, photographer, lover of linens old and new, owner of 1880's railway cottage & a 1900's courthouse.