Sunday, 27 May 2012

Photo A Day May - Part Four

From the left...

13. Mum - I love this picture of my mother that was taken when she was a little girl. It came in a set of four and was from a black and white photobooth. I think she looks so grumpy and pouty. Isn't it the sweetest thing?

14. Grass - This little patch of grass leading to the sea was filled with lots of pretty wildflowers.

15. Love - Sometimes we need to remember how much we are loved. Eunseong helps me with this regularly. This sweet note of hers made me cry on the plane. I had to pretend I was sleeping to try to cover my tears and sniffling! 

16. What you're reading - Another example of my ongoing Carl Sagan obsession... 

What are you reading, my dears? Do you have any recommendations for me? I'm looking for a sweet, summer story that's easy to read, but I'm not that into girly books. I'm actually starting a project, in the coming days, that will mainly be about Roald Dahl, so I've just placed an order for a collection of his books. I'm so excited to receive them!

I hope you're all having a perfect, lazy Sunday. 

inspire nordic


  1. Your mum looks so cute! I love looking at young pictures of my parents too :)

    And your Roald Dahl project sounds fun - something I'll have to do someday too!

  2. My German shepherd is named Sagan, after Carl. I am still chipping away at the last Eragon/dragonrider book, "Inheritance". It's a great book, but I haven't made much time to read lately.

    1. I noticed in one of your posts that your dog is called Sagan, that's such a sweet name for a dog! I haven't read that series, but I've heard it's very good :)

  3. Aw, your mom looks adorable!

    Right now I'm reading Sophie Kinsella's I've Got Your Number. It'd definitely a fluffy read, but I'm having fun with it. :)

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  5. Those flowers look so lovely and unexpected!

    I get most of my books from the library. I am waiting for them to let me know when a new one comes in.

  6. I've been reading Game of Thrones for about 3 months now (it's not that it's not good, it's just that I've seen the series so I know what happens!) Hopefully I'll get it finished soon so I can read some of the unread books in my bookcase!
    I love Roald Dahl, he wrote some of my favourite childhood stories :)

  7. CARL SAGAN RULES! YEAH! Scientists for life! And other people. But for today SCIENTISTS!

    (ps. I'm enjoying perusing your blog)