This week was crazy. It feels like my brain is boiling. There is so much going on inside. One would say that thinking is not a bad thing and that it actually doesn’t hurt… Well… I wish I could agree. I’ve been up, up on the very high level of a happiness scale just to get down to the lowest levels of self-love, energy and acceptance. Everything within hours. Ugh… It is so tiring.
Entry for Bonnie’s theme this week: Cobblestone Road texture.
Some of you may remember than two weeks ago I had a friend visiting us for a few days. When she was here we had spent one whole day in the kitchen, cooking and baking. After her visit I was left with all the cabbage rolls in delicious tomato sauce, Polish cheesecake, salads, and several cups of this delicious dessert (made with strawberries instead of raspberries). No wonder my clothes are getting smaller on me.
On Saturday we went to a pumpkin farm. There were animals to pet, ponies to ride on…
… and one cute (not) piggy 😉
as for the self-portrait, here it is. Please don’t ask questions. I just feel so dumb sometimes!
One of those days without any idea for self-portrait. To make it more interesting I played with it a little adding one of Kim’s Klassen textures called “nested”
Being a bit playful.
The picture of the keyhole is not mine, I took it from here.
The face behind it is mine, though.
Halloween, of course.
No. 1 was a kitty cat and No. 2 a flower.
No. 1 was wearing her costume since early morning.
After dinner we went trick-or-treating and NO.1 just LOVED IT.
Her first door opened a woman who I though will scare the heck out of No.1, but after the few pieces of candy she got from the lady all was good. Something clicked in her tiny brain and, man, it was hard to stop her.
Door to door, she was running, yelling: “I want my candy!“.
With her sister they’ve gather a pretty impressive amount of candies.
Despite that No.2 slept for the most of the time:
I was able to take two pictures of her fully awake and making new friends:
We were out for at least an hour until my leg was ready to go home:
Today we’d spent all morning talking with my family in Poland. No.1 had a blast goofing off with her older cousins. Now she is at the age that she can talk back a little, and she understands what is said to her. She was answering questions (with my help) and was playing with my niece in making animal sounds… oh… she was loving it!
Have a wonderful day, my friends.