WILDERNESS FILLED WITH LAUGHTER AND TOO MUCH DRIED FRUIT
Whenever my foot is placed on top of the cliffs of Swanage I always feel I dabble into uncharted waters no matter how many times I was presented with a breathtaking view. I've seen it in the winter, searched for the spring always late in this side of the globe, roasted in a summer sun on the open space. It was no surprise that we wanted to spend a little time over Easter around here - no rain, not too many visitors and nothing but sun. There are only a handful of days like that in the spring over here, letting them go to waste is a crime. We packed easy to eat snacks, easy to dump scooters as legs give you more options when you're three and beyond and enjoyed the possibilities of a family picnic-style get together. Here is a dose of colour in jpg format that hit us above and beyond with the calm sea as the background. If I could send you a postcard it would look like one of the photos taken on the day. Or just the whole set posted every day of the week.
I don't think I would have changed anything about today. Even the funny mishaps we had throughout like Nadia falling flat on her face while running down the hill or leaving us parents with all the wheels that were no longer needed made the adventure more real. We wouldn't mind living in Swanage again, I never felt so detached from distractions than living here, not to mention working full time. Four years on, a little girl on board and a move back to where it all started? Idea too cool to pass up. xx