This photo screams don't mess with me, I have wrangled a Rottweiler and am wearing a St. Patrick's Day themed outfit made entirely from a glue gun 💪🍀😂
True story, I come from a family of very artistic and crafty people and my Aunt Athena used to make so many of my clothes, including this shamrock spectacular.
#happyjunehappyme Day 21 for my wee happiness challenge is patchwork. I love working with patchwork, and it's one of the main features of my gifts. It's almost like you can tell a story through fabric using different colors and patterns. I've grown up with patchwork and still have the knitted patchwork blanket my great granny made. They were always around. Cutting up fabric and making something new & unique makes me very happy indeed 😊
Ok so all I have for ya is a pic of dinner 🙈
I spent the day with my 6 year old and put my phone away for the day (with exceptions to take a few pics of him)
Sometimes ya just have to unplug and enjoy life 😍
Sunday I did my first ever 5k. It was hard in the hot weather and no breeze or clouds.
I didn't run the whole way, but I did what I could. Ended up being interval jogging and walking which is pretty damn good for you anyway.
Onto the next one in august 💪💪#weightlossjourney#weightloss#5k#findingmyhappy
#happyjunehappyme and for day 20 this most definitely makes me happy: pudding!! No matter what, there is always room for pudding. The weather is beautiful here in Dunfermline today so I'm joing in with the boys and enjoying a rocket lolly to keep cool. What's your fav pudding?
Day 8 woot woot
I didn't have time for lunch so just had and apple with almond butter. Oh and an apple and chicken sausage (aka a brat). Today was a hard day. Emotionally draining 😫
Going to take a hot epsom salt bath and call it a night 😴
Tonight I went to therapy for the first time.
Tonight I saw a beautiful rainbow.
Tonight I know that for the first time in maybe ever I am practicing self care for a higher purpose.
The rainbow is faint, shrouded in misty dew but I felt it before I even saw it. To me it symbolises a hopeful outlook on my journey to inner peace.