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photo a day 2014 – day 9

Day Nine

Today was more of the same playing, reading, riding our bikes, hanging out together enjoying the fact that Dad is still on holidays. I’m so thankful that he’s still with us on holidays. Life feels complete – we feel complete.

Thank you for dropping by, I hope your day was beautiful too. Much love xxx Jodes

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PS I especially love this photo of Keira, hot and sweaty with the stickiness of summer here in Queensland. A cute and mischievous glint in her eye. Always full of life and filled with emotion.

Jen - She looks like she’s trying hard not to smile! sweet little cherub x

photo a day 2014 – day 7

Day Seven

One thing defines our summer holidays 2014 – riding our bikes – the freedom of two wheels

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Thank you for stopping by, please feel free to leave a message or share my post x jodes

PS yes we know her handle bars are backwards – it helped her when she first got her big bike to shorten the arm gap – they need switching back – also we must do something about that seat. She’s just so comfortable. what to do?

Jen - We’re about to take off too Jody and this is what I look forward to as well!

photo a day 2014 – day 6

Day Six

She’s funny, happy, clever, strong willed, helpful, stubborn, not one for sharing easily, but so very caring, extremely loving, careful, thoughtful, so very very beautiful, finds it hard to keep a secret, but she’s perfect!

Thank you for helping me water the garden today my little possum. I adore you XXX

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Jen - Awww….I love the emotion in this….partly provoked by your words and partly by the way you have captured her <3

photo a day 2014 – day 5

Day 5

I’ve been going to Yamba ever since I met my husband 13 years ago. On our very first trip there I saw this caravan filled with mulch, apparently it’s been there for as long as he can remember, I love it. It marks that we’ve finally arrived after a very long car trip, it’s also every changing in a constant kind of way. The sugar cane grows up around it, and then it’s cut back, sometimes it’s packed to the rafters and sometimes it’s empty. It’s one of those things that gets driven past and possibly missed by many, others will notice it often like I do and in it’s every changing state.

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 You know how I said our girls get on most of the time – well this is not one of those times. LOL

Thanks for dropping by x Jodes

Jen - I could never tell they weren’t getting on! One of the wonders of photography :) x

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