A morning walk

A morning walk… love it… full of fresh air and goodness… discovering fields…

Snowy days…

I love the snow… my children love it even more… here are some throwbacks from last weekend…

Y is for: Yesterday

Learn from yesterday… live for today… Hope for tomorrow… This is a photo of my city (Leicester) at a light up festival from yesterday … The days when social distancing did not matter…crowds galore…. we took so much for granted… Bring back those days!

Happy Navratri 🙏🏽💕

Navratri: One of the greatest Hindu festivals. It symbolises the triumph of good over evil. Navratri takes place at the beginning of October around harvest time and, as the name implies, this festival is celebrated for nine days, celebrated by communities getting together for dance and prayer. Navratri is also known as Durga Puja. During…

S is for: Sunset

Such an incredible scene… Nothing can beat this beautiful light… Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens… Everyday can end beautifully… ♥️

P is for: Possibilities

Endless possibilities… Here my two are just loving the view of the sea… when I look at them… they are so young… and have so much ahead of them… endless possibilities…

M is for:

M is for: Magical… Spending time with my family is magical… Having 5 months quality time with my family has been incredibly amazing and just magical! ✨ Now it’s time to start a ‘new normal’ All the best to all the children, parents, teachers, assistants and anyone that will be starting school. Be kind… be…

J is for:

J is for: Jumping for Joy… forget the risk and take the fall, if it’s what you want then it’s worth it all!

Raksha Bandhan..

Raksha Bandhan… a popular, traditional Hindu ceremony, which is central to a festival of the same name, celebrated in India, Nepal and other parts of the Indian subcontinent, and among people around the world influenced by Hindu culture… On this day, sisters of all ages tie a bracelet called the rakhi around the wrists of…

I is for Ice cream…

I is for: ice cream 🍦 Yum Yum! Ice cream solves everything! A selfie of my eldest and Me on a lovely bike ride a while ago at a local wildlife park… a memory treasured!