There is is the fascination,
with this conversation,
that is such a generalisation,
turned into popularisation,
brought to you with no relation,
just because it reached the nation,
with no right navigation,
no reliability to go back on,
just merely speculation.
The day is brighten when it started of so rough. I didn’t think we would get here when my mind was set to default. I suppose things change and you never really know what is going to happen around the corner.
I don’t know where I am going but I feel ready to cease the day. Maybe the change in weather is the turning point where I can feel more ready to face the challenges of life.
I went out for a walk in the gorgeous golden sun and watched the water pitter patter down the stream. Nothing quite like being out in the open to take stock and just enjoy the simple moment of what is happening right here, right now.
I feel so much better for escaping my surroundings even if it is just for twenty minutes walking down the road and back, anything to distract me is always good in my book.
When I am walking down the road I take stock of the shadows dancing down below, whilst the sun rises above and shines all day long.
When once the area is so grim and gloomy, a little bit of sun can magically change the whole environment. It glisters the area with warmth and makes the ambience happy.
Everywhere is radiant and doesn’t matter about your background. We have all come for the same purpose and that is to enjoy this time and this moment in the sun.
Kids are laughing, elderly are sleeping in their chair whilst the parents sit back and drink to celebrate the outdoors.
There is no need to rush because this moment is so lovely, that no one wants it to end. It makes life more bearable with a bit of fresh air. It is the simple things that can change a mindset. You don’t need a lot to reap the rewards of defiance. It is really is the small things like vitamin D and air to help you along and glide you through the ride of life.
My youngest is obsessed with pumpkins and every time he sees something that is orange and round it is a “pumpkin”, especially when he sees the lights on top of the zebra crossing.
My eldest has been to our local cathedral in our city for a trip with the school. So many questions about Jesus and bombing. He asked his daddy, “why did Jesus get bombed?!”
My youngest always comments about his brother by stated, “he is my big brother”. Super cute.
My youngest sees bees and calls them, “bzzzzzz, bzzzzzz”.
Anything that my ds1 sees that needs mending or painting or whatever he says, “daddy can fix that, he can mend anything, he has strong muscles, super big muscles”.
Cheers for reading X
Hubby shared a chat he had with my eldest early, “I wish mummy didn’t have autism. Can’t Dr’s give her medication to make it go away”. How to feel shit in fice seconds. It breaks my heart that I am now getting noticed by my son with being different, I suppose this is the start of things to come.
My eldest asking,” why do so many people get cremated it’s silly!”.
My DS1 saying, “I wish we could live in Wales forever and never come back”. Yep me too son I wish I could totally run away from it all at times :|.
I attempted to make a joke to my DS1 saying I would leave him in the car all by himself. His response was that it is ilegal to leave children alone in the car and the police will put you in jail mummy.
As we were driving past the graveyard the other day way DS2 comments, “boo”. this is becuase he thinks the tear ghosts there, 😂
Cheers for reading X