January 20, 2014

blinking into the sunlight

blue sky polaroid :: circle of pine trees

{image taken with polaroid spectra & impossible project film}

It has been a tough fortnight. My eldest has been off school with bronchitis. In the meantime, the world shrank to within the walls of our house. Caring for a poorly child is tiring, and emotionally draining, but it’s the cabin fever that gets me every time. Nevermind my plan to take the children outside for half an hour a day, we have barely been able to set foot outside at all. He has been a brave boy and is better now, thank goodness. We are emerging, blinking, into the sunlight.

14 thoughts on “blinking into the sunlight

  1. Helen

    Oh yes, cabin fever is not a good feeling is it? Glad to hear he’s much better now. Hope you get some crisp, sunny days for plenty of outdoor exploration and play x

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  2. Penny

    Blah to sickness bugs and cabin fever! Funnily enough cabin fever a few years ago got me back to knitting so I must not moan too much. So pleased your eldest is on the mend, poor soul. Hope you enjoy the rays of sunshine this week xxx

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  3. katie

    Sorry to hear that you’ve had to stay in and look after a sick one, it is so depressing not getting out.Glad he’s feeling better now. This photo is lovely and enjoy your fresh air again with an extra deep breath each time. x

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  4. Lisa

    Winter in general gives me cabin fever! Whilst the rest of my family are happy to stay home, I feel the need for fresh air and sunlight! Love the photo. Hope your son feels much better.

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  5. Lisa

    Not good at all, hope he’s feeling better now. Lovely being at home for a few days, but awful when too long. I remember a month of chickenpox when my girls were 3 and 4. They got it one after the other and time just stood still while I went mad and they tried not to itch.
    X

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