Week In The Life 2012 | Day #4

My 4th day was a Wednesday. Here is a little recap of some of what happened:

The weather today have been rainy. In the early evening I went out to capture some evidence in my garden. It’s not easy to see, but it is raining as I shoot these.

Week In The Life 2012 | Rain

While outside I shot a few photos of my pots of Daffodils. They have been flowering for weeks now.

Week In The Life 2012 | The Daffodils

MT went to football practice tonight, I wanted some photos of him, but the rainy weather was too much to bring my camera out into. So I made him stand by the window to get a few photos of him once we got home. He wasn’t too happy about the arrangements – but let me shoot a few photos.

Week In The Life 2012 | Football Boy

Week In The Life 2012 | Football Boy

He could not help himself for doing a little playing. I was a little bit slow to catch this without the blur (it all happen in just a few seconds) – I love my 9 yr old, and this is a keeper (both the photo and the boy!).

Week In The Life 2012 | 9 Fun

MT took some time to figure out the drawing board I bough him for his new Wii. He found it more fun once he figured out how to do and spent quite a bit of time drawing away.

Week In The Life 2012 | The Drawing Board

Right before bed he decided he was hungry anyway (isn’t that typical), so we made some food and while he ate I read to him from Harry Potter #4. Our evenings are running by so fast these days.

Week In The Life 2012 | Evening Meal

Week In The Life 2012 | Evening Meal + Read

When he was finished upstairs, brushing his teeth and stuff, I read the rest of the chapter for him.

Week In The Life 2012 | The Two of Us

He was the one pushing the shutter button down to set the timer and he decided that he would face the camera and smile. Love when that happens!!

I’m often to be found by my mac book in the evening. Reading. Typing. Editing. Watching. Connecting. I love my laptop.

Week In The Life 2012 | At the keyboard

Me sitting by my work space. Not sure about the new hair cut, wish it was shorter. Feels like it is in that weird place in-between short and long. The place I really don’t love that much. Hm..

All these photos above is from late afternoon and early evening. During the day we were both at work and school, and no photos were taken. MT got home first and waited patiently for me to arrive. We made some easy food (pasta with homemade tomato sauce and minced meat, one of our staples), before MT had to run off for football (soccer) practice. I was tired after a couple of long days at work, and so glad the thing I was supposed to do in evening was canceled because of the rain. Thankful that something good actually came off all that gray and boring weather. 😉

What good things happened to you on Wednesday – or today?!
I’ll be back with more photos and words for Week In The Life shortly. Thanks for coming by!

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2 thoughts on “Week In The Life 2012 | Day #4

  1. Aimee says:

    One of my grandsons (the middle one) plays soccer too and really loves it! It is fun to watch him play…I have always liked soccer better than American football–well since my college days.
    Your son has the most beautiful eyes—I love the close up on him and the one where you two are on the sofa together. Oh my—looks like we are BOTH book lovers by that photo! I have so many–from my own purchases and that of my parents…and I bought another two while on a recent trip (one about the Norwegians that settled in Nordland, a small village I love in NW Washington state).
    Don’t worry about your hair-I like the length, but if you don’t you can always cut it shorter:)
    PS: LOVE the red building in your first photo group. Would that be considered a stabbur also? Or a hytte?

  2. Julie MacManus says:

    what great photos
    i love the shot of your son concentrating with the drawing board – such a great memory to have – him working hard at something, thanks for sharing :>, julie from new zealand

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