Friday, 7 September 2012

this moment...

 
 
 {this moment} - A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. Via Soulemama.
Have a lovely weekend.
Rachel x

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  1. What a view, love it!! Wishing you the loveliest weekend! X

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    1. It's a great place, the views from the top are amazing. Hope you have a great weekend too Chantal! Rach xx

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  2. Very, VERY cute! Happy weekend
    Nick x

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  3. They are 'on a mission'! Have a great weekend! Ada :)

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    1. They really were! Max led the way, and even Rufus with his little legs just kept going till we reached the top! Hope you have a fab weekend too. Rachel x

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  4. So sweet, I love this capture x

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    1. Hi Dawn, thanks for popping in and commenting! Glad you like the picture. x

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  5. Lovely Rachel- have a fab weekend, Jxx

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  6. As always a great friday capture.

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    1. Thanks Tracey! I hope you've had a good week, and that you have a lovely weekend. xx

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  7. Just lovely! How old is your youngest boy? Mine is 2 1/2 and I am wondering whether to start taking him for little walks when we go to the Peak District later this month.

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    1. Hi love, he is 3 next month, and although the Tor is very steep he enjoyed walking up it, he did ask to be carried at one point but we just slowed down a bit - he jumped down every step on the way back down! I'd say go for it, just be prepared to go at his pace - it's great fun taking them on adventures! x

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  8. That's a lovely shot. Enjoy your weekend. And I love your new blog header by the way. xx

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    1. Thanks Gillian, hope you have a great weekend. x

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  9. Gorgeous picture Rachel. Have a super weekend. xx

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  10. That is a delicious photograph you have there - there is something poignant and uplifting about seeing your children from behind (does that make any sense!!!). Maybe it is to do with them walking away...oh dear now I have come over all melancholic!
    Treasure the days
    Best wishes
    Jenny

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    1. Thank you Jenny, I know exactly what you mean - it is bittersweet to watch them growing away from us, spreading their wings and going out to explore the world. And I love the way Rufus's body language echoes M<ax's - he adores him so much, total hero worship! Lots of love to you! Rachel x

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  11. What a beautiful image, it makes me remember how quick time flies when they're little.
    Dee : )

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    1. Thanks Dee, nice of you to pop in - I love your work! Rachel :)

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