34/52 :: Folkestone

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#1 At your best in the wind and by the water. Always.

#2 And you just want to climb, clamber, and jump. But never too close to the sea.

We headed down to the Lower Leas coastal park in Folkestone to check out an Alice in Wonderland fun day except the rain was so torrential we arrived to hoards of people leaving in their droves, and the fun day all packed up! Ten minutes of sitting it out in the car was all that was needed. The sun came out and we made the most of it down on the beach instead. Bright, and breezy the boys split up in their typical fashion; one down by the water’s edge letting the wind and waves create his fun, the other climbing steps and jumping from walls.

Today I’m frantically getting the last few bits together as we head off on holiday to France tomorrow. Since I’ve taken NO photos yet this week (I’m blaming the horrid rain we’ve had most of the week) I’m under pressure to snap something, anything, this afternoon otherwise there will be no week 35! I’ve been promised internet connection this time but if I go strangely quiet for a fortnight, you’ll know it’s because I’m unplugged and enjoying it 😊 Until then, here are some more from Folkestone…

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// Joining in with lovely people over at Practising Simplicity and I Heart Snapping #52Project #livingarrows //

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#1 We walked the track that Daddy rides by motorbike. It was windy, trying to rain and unseasonably cold but you were happy playing soldiers.

#2 This cheery face tells a bit of a fib. In reality you were a pretty grumpy walker, whinging your way down the hill and whining the way back up. But you were pleased for a moment when you got your hands on the rifle sized stick; you are so very lucky to have a kind big brother.

It feels as though summer is over and these pictures go a long way in demonstrating just how pants the weather has been. Why on earth is it called the Great British Summer? I can think of plenty more appropriate names to call it, can’t you?

My favourites from last week are here. Playing along with the wonderful Che & Fidel

Wonderful shots of Finn and Harper over at We Stood Together. I like that you couldn’t choose just two…

What beautiful shots of Advay riding his bike at dusk. Simply wonderful.

Two wonderful big brothers covering their new baby brother in love. How lovely is this?