One August Sunday ~ The Gallery


I almost missed the boat on this one….

We went on holiday on Friday, 3 nights camping in a field in Axminster, stunning view (which I forgot to photograph!) but I also was without laptop and internet and therefore did not see the topic at Sticky Fingers Gallery until I checked my email yesterday – lesson learned… find internet on Fridays.

Sunday was the day three Mummy bloggers started their trip to Bangladesh with Save the Children, you can see more about that by clicking the picture to the right of this blog post – go see, it’s important! Sign the petition.
But come back again! To mark this exciting trip Tara asked us all to take a photo on Sunday to create a kind of Blip journal of one day.

Rising panic! Did I get the camera out on Sunday?

Luckily we had a trip down to Seaton on Sunday, ate a cream tea (naughty) and went to look at the trams, much to the kids disappointment we didn’t ride on them, far too expensive! Not impressed.  So Seaton trams are not going to be getting any good publicity here! But we did take a photo… phew

The smalls look a bit annoyed that they are not getting to go for a tram ride, at 2 and nearly 4 they are not aware how very lucky they are to be able to live where they do and as they do, this is something I’m going to have to make sure they realise…

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11 Responses to One August Sunday ~ The Gallery

  1. jfb57 says:

    They do look splendid but such a shame that they were so expensive! Glad you made it though!

  2. Alethea says:

    Lovely picture! I agree with the post, they do need to realise that the answer cannot always be yes every time they want to do something, or get something. Not always easy to make them understand though. Great post!

  3. Nova says:

    It’s so expensive to take children out nowdays isn’t it but they are all so lucky here aren’t they. Lovely photos.

  4. Oh, how gorgeous- where is this? I want to go, my boy would love that.

    • kailexness says:

      Seaton is on the south coast near Sidmouth and Lyme Regis 🙂 They would have loved it too, it was just too much at the end of the month 😦

  5. reminds me of san francisco x

  6. New Mummy says:

    The trams look gorgeous and so do your children

  7. The trams look great, nearly as good as the children 🙂 Jen

  8. Cara says:

    Lovely photographs, great colours.

  9. Jackie says:

    What a shame it was so expensive 😦

    I love the decoration on the tram though, very psychedelic!

  10. Mummy V says:

    What a lovely day out, cream teas are my favourite! 🙂

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