In the height of winter there is nothing better than snuggling up in front of a blazing fireplace with every split second presenting a new and beautiful formation of flames. An ever changing picture which appears to be alive before your eyes, warms the soul and appeasing to the mind.
A twisted tangle of vines and creepers ensnares a rusty but authentic iron sculpture of a blue crane. In this twisted chaos of vines and stems lies the natural beauty of mothernature in all her glory.
The Blue Crane (Anthropoides paradiseus), also known as the Stanley Crane and the Paradise Crane, is the national bird of South Africa.
(Description curtesy of Wikipedia).
So today we welcomed the newest member to our family-a gorgeous, tiny ragdoll kitten. Since our other ragdoll’s name is “Google” we thought it would be rather apt to name this little princess “Yahoo” 😄 (yes my hubby is in IT and we have a good sense of humour). Baba appears to be mesmerised by this tiny ball of fluff 😊 Here’s to hoping the transition is a smooth one…
This morning was like every other Saturday morning. The normal routine of nappy changes, breakfast and swimming lessons. But once the rush calmed down we got to experience some magical moments outside in our evergreen garden.