We had a party of a lifetime. The best in a very long time we thought. That meant as well: sleeping long until lunch and no kids. They were with their grandparents in Skärhamn. Life looked like this for them:
Loads of crab fishing, throwing wood and stones in the sea and loads of others kids love to do.
That was a long time since I went out for a run. Not the best weather, but when you know you are going to stuff yourself to death with good food, and have a free hour earlier in the day…. Well, you just take that hour and go for it. Hard wind that made me walk on some parts, and rain that felt like nails hitting me in the face. But it’s nice to feel alive.
The rest of the day was good food and loads of fun. Until I passed out of a food overdosis.
It was time to visit Linda’s parents again. Milla had been asking us a few times the last couple of weeks to go and visit her grandparents. We haven’t had the time yet, so now we had… We had to go. And it’s always nice to get a change of scenery.
Zeb was about to fall asleep and I didn’t know if I should go out for a walk with him or stay in. When I got outside, put him in the push-chair and walked around for 5 minutes, I realised it was too cold for me. I checked… 1 digit temperatures. Not yet, please…. Can you wait a minute or 2 with those cold and windy days ? We have 6 months of this ahead of us. Just wait, please….
But nobody listened, so I stayed inside. Looked at the sky and saw this:
So I grabbed my camera and took a few shots. 5 minutes later the colors were gone. It was all back to white and grey.
I don’t know why it colored like that, but it was nice. And weird too. But I am glad I captured it.