Project Happy: Days 921-930

A photo a day, every day, of the things that bring me joy.

Well, I’m not sure about you but I have NO IDEA how we are already three quarters of the way through September.  I probably say this every time I post a #projecthappy blog but I really don’t know where the time is going at the moment – the days, weeks and months seem to be flying by and blurring into one. I normally love September and so far this month I haven’t really felt like I’ve had room to stop and breathe to notice it.

The girls are now settled back into the routine of school, though we’ve been trying to stretch out the lovely feeling of summer with a last few day trips at the weekends before the weather turns.

Here are my joyful moments from the last ten days…


Day 921: A visit to Tatton Park for their special Roald Dahl event



Day 922: These two actually playing nicely together for quite a long time 🙂


Day 923: Introducing (l-r) Sophie (from The BFG), Mrs Wormwood and Miss Honey (both from Matilda). Dress-up day at school for Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday!



Day 924: Today I made a small pilgrimage. Something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. I don’t know what made me decide today was the day. There may be a longer blog about it in the not-too-distant-future.



Day 925: A curious bath-time visitor



Day 926: Sunset



Day 927: I get my hair cut twice a year and I always feel soooo much better afterwards.



Day 928: A much-anticipated day-trip to LEGOLAND Windsor. Somewhere underneath all that water spray are the husband and the girls getting absolutely soaked on the log flume!



Day 929: Today I tried to rescue this little squirrel (with the help of Ella who was off school).  I phoned the RSPCA and took it to the vet but sadly it couldn’t be saved (too many internal injuries from being hit by a car).  I tried my hardest. Poor little thing – I couldn’t just leave it there in pain when I saw it.



Day 930: A fiery sunrise lighting up the morning sky


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