It’s been a weird couple of weeks, I’ve been feeling quite sad that my littlest is now half way through Year R and a little unsure about what to do with myself, which is odd because every second of every day is completely full, it’s not that I’m bored, it’s more a restlessness, an unsettled what do I do now feeling…last Monday I spent the day in school with Hannah in Year R, it was a lovely insight into her school life, but again I came away a little sad. I didn’t make the most of Zak’s infant school life, I wished it away, always counting down to the next holiday, but now I want to relish every happy second of the girls’ time there. I know that too soon their days of junk modelling and making dens will be over, replaced with homework, projects and musical instruments.
I have a plan, of sorts, I am ready to take Science Sparks to the next level, I might look at working in a school, maybe get an education qualification. I’m just all of sudden overwhelmed at the though of life whizzing by without me realising.
The result of my unsettledness is a lack of my usual style of photo, to be honest I just haven’t been able to summon up much enthusiasm for taking my camera out, but I have been paying more attention to the little things, taking the time to really listen the children, spending less time on the computer. Little H has spent most of the week writing, she’s getting so good and I’m so proud of her. She wrote this for her big sister, a real heart melting moment.