{Ten on Ten} November 2015

I sprained my ankle and chipped the bone on top of my foot a couple of weeks back so whilst it’s healing we’ve mainly been staying close to home, enjoying lots of free play, home organisation and autumnal gardening. I’m always amazed at how much beauty can be found in my own little home when I slow down enough to see it! Linking up with Rebekah Gough again, here are my (almost!) ten shots capturing the beauty in the ordinary.

Blowing Raspberries - this one's cheeky and she knows it!
Blowing Raspberries at breakfast – this one’s cheeky and she knows it!
A successful garden tidy up ready for winter.
A successful tidy up session in the garden ready for winter to arrive.
A morning full of play.
Play, play, play and more play!
Gingerbread Whirls. Thank you Mr. Kipling , thank you.
A lunch time treat – Gingerbread Whirls. Thank you Mr. Kipling , thank you.
A quiet quiet time for our budding aviator.
An unusually quiet quiet time for our budding aviator.
My quiet time.
And my quiet time!
All snuggly as she wakes up fully from her nap.
All snuggly as this one wakes up fully from her nap.
Still admiring my beautiful new bedroom!
Still admiring my beautiful new bedroom, it’s still a blank canvas but can’t wait to make it cosy!
Feeling encouraged and inspired about the way forward for our family.
Feeling encouraged and inspired about the way forward for our family.

What beauty did you find in the ordinary today?

2 thoughts on “{Ten on Ten} November 2015

  1. Marilyn November 11, 2015 / 15:06

    Home sweet home there’s nothing to compare with it. I love spending a day at home and look forward to 2017 when I can spend more time there.

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