living with the imaginary menagerie and all that it entails
11/05/2012by Jenny; Cheetahs In My Shoes & Just Photos By Me | 3 Comments
Once upon a time, in a city in Hertfordshire, the sun came out and shone on the blossom. Then it rained again and most of the blossom got washed/blown away. It was a good job that the Cheetah Keeper’s mummy had abandoned the Cheetah Keeper and his Sister (albeit briefly) to take some photos of it.
This is the first blossom our new apple tree has produced so it’s quite exciting!
I weaned both children on apples from the previous tree, I’d like to think that they’ll be able to enjoy apples from this one too
This gorgeous blossom comes (came!) across as a dark pink blur – it’s only when you look closely do you see the detail
And then as you look at the trunk, there’s just a bit of blossom sticking out the side…
This year I’ve realised if you look up through the tree the blossom looks even more lovely against the blue sky
The children love dandelions – there’s something lovely about them looking a bit like a lion’s mane and knowing that there will be a seed head that you can blow fairly soon afterwards! I also think that they live in hope that one day we’ll have a guinea pig we can feed the leaves to…
Jenny blogs about life, being a mum of 2, additional medical needs, cake, gin and whatever else comes to mind. She lives with a load of imaginary friends (they're the Cheetahs in the Shoes) who are entirely responsible for her starting blogging in the first place. Expect to find photos, cake, the odd rant, stories of the imaginary menagerie, her views on being a parent and occasionally something that makes sense...