Home Life Project – May 2018

What a glorious weekend it has been, one where I have found myself wanting to savour the moments and hold on to memories for days when the weather isn’t quite as wonderful. We had several lovely outings this weekend and I’ll be blogging about our trip to the Weald & Downland food fair later this week, but for this post I wanted to share photos of our bank holiday Monday. Normally the Home Life Project centres on the two days of the first weekend of the month, but this month as it was a bank holiday, I rewrote the rules and decided to use the pictures I shot today, which after all was technically still part of the weekend.

Our day begun with that bittersweet moment of childhood having face painting rubbed off your face by your parent! Then we had some old friends to visit for lunch. It really had all the ingredients of a perfect bank holiday. Sunshine, a walk in the country and lunch outside and the children were (mostly) good. I’m so glad I have photos of it.

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If you have only just discovered the Home Life Project and would like to join in next month, it happens on the first full weekend of every month, so the next dates are 2nd & 3rd June and you can read more about it here.

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Hello. I'm Clare.
I'm a photographer, maker & marketeer based on the West Sussex/Hampshire border. This blog focuses on creative family living through photography, design, crafts and interiors. Read more

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