We all went for a walk up the Whangie today and what a day for it! Was absolutely stunning, freezing but stunning. Great to be out on the hills with Kat as well as Maia, we have such a laugh together.
Just got back late last night from a trip down to Manchester for an induction course for work. Train down on Sunday evening and then back up Monday evening. The photos are ones that I took on my phone while there; mostly of what I had to eat and drink but a few others!
It is sometimes very easy to get into the way of seeing Monday as a drag and just a day to get through however it is about enjoying every day. If you spend the whole week wishing for the weekend then you end up wishing away more of your life than you are actually getting to enjoy. So it is about enjoying your Monday!
Day 27 of Challenge
Sometimes it is great to just play a game and have fun. Doesn’t matter what game it is but just to do something silly and be in that moment for however long.
P.S I was actually playing against another human here and not just Maia
Day 26 of Challenge
Spent today in Kirkcaldy with my Mother-in-law and on the way there this morning stopped off at Devilla forest for a walk with Maia. Very very chilly but a lovely morning and enjoyed being out with my camera.
First walk of the season in the snow and was a fair amount of snow as well. Again left Glasgow and wasn’t expecting the day to turn out like that. Was thinking it would be cold but didn’t realise the snow was lying so low.
Didn’t have a huge amount of motivation this morning but wanted to do the Whangie ( a hill outside of Glasgow ) so knew that I just had to go for it. Sometimes it is just about committing to something whether the motivation is there or not, if you want for that then you may never move.
Going for a paddle isn’t an activity that I can take Maia with so at the beginning of the week I just have to decide on a day and then the dog walker comes in for her. So it can be a bit hit and miss weather, really just about going for it regardless. This morning when I left Glasgow thought it was going to be a cold, wet and grey day for a paddle. How wrong could I be!