Sunday, 18 January 2015

A picture's worth 1000 words … week 3 ...

A photo a day … every day … in 2015.



Day 11:  Pensive Buster.



Day 12:  Self portrait.



Day 13:  Lanterns.



Day 14:  Hydrangea … trying to flower.



Day 15:  Oh dear … he's officially licensed to drive … I'm sensing stressful times ahead.



Day 16:  I'm on corporate wife duty at the tennis.



Day 17:  The Sydney Harbour Bridge … as you may or may not have seen it before.



16 comments:

  1. Love the bridge pic...hope you weren't driving at the time......love the selfie.

    And a driving teen...brace yourself. Xxxxx

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    1. Definitely just a passenger at the time of the photo :0)
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  2. Wow, that photo of the bridge is fantastic. I don't know why I sound so surprised - all your photos are fantastic, Jo! Good to see a self-portrait in the mix of flowers and Buster and kids too! xxx

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    1. When you see a picture of me that's when you know I really ran out of things to take ;0)
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  3. Great self portrait and I love the one in front of the car...looks very excited. Regards KathyA, Brisbane

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    1. He's very excited … me not so much ;0)
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  4. Ahh the Sydney Harbour Bridge, yes I've seen it many times but not lately....soooo envious of Dad's trip down under. Love the pretty lanterns pic and pretty you of course.

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  5. Hey Jo, nice to see you in the mix. Corporate wife duty looks ok to me, hope you behaved yourself and your eldest has his licence - another chauffeur for his younger brother! xx

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    1. Well I'll have one less to run around, so hopefully a little less time spent in the car for me … fingers crossed.
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  6. Lovely to see one of you, that's the trouble with being on that side of the camera, we're rarely in any photos. I've walked across (not over the top) the harbour bridge, I thought I did really well as I don't like heights! :D

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    1. I hate heights … despise them … but Hubby gave me a Bridge climb for Mother's Day one year … so I made myself do it. Everything was fine as long as I didn't look down ;0)
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  7. Your selfie is lovely, you really are cute Jo. OMG learner driver!!! I couldn't teach my lads to drive I was hopeless and a nervous wreck trying to brake on my side, the passenger side. Now I love being taxied around by them. Just look forward to him dropping you off and picking you up, it is grand. Darling Buster!! How exciting being at the Tennis, I love watching it on the TV, I shall look for you!!!

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    1. NO, NO … not Learner driver … actual licensed driver … so he can go off without me there to tell him what not to do … EVEN SCARIER!!!
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  8. Good to see you gorgeous! love that pic and congratulations to Master 17, that's brilliant! he can drive! I can't even get Abby (who is 21 this year) to load the dishwasher properly pah! hope the corporate wife duty included goodies (for me that is anything free, ha!) x x x

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    1. The learning to drive comes with perceived benefits to himself which was an added incentive … packing the dishwasher, not so much … thus it remains largely unlearnt ;0(
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