This year I'm attempting Project 365, taking a photo a day every day for 365 days of the year
This week has been all about the dreaded SATS but The Boy's teacher set some excellent homework for over the weekend. By Sunday night he's ticked off every single one and had a whale of a time doing it too. It's possibly the first homework that he's completed with enthusiasm during his entire time at school.
Lily of the valley
Early to school ready for the dreaded SATS. And of course black and white cats staring at you going past are just as lucky as a black cat crossing your path, honest they are. At least they are now.
Shopping in town and a chance to do a little bit of street photography.
A day trip to York and not, for a change, to visit Daughter1 who is far too embroiled in her final few uni assignments to emerge into the daylight. Instead I was there to see Jeremy Corbyn who was appearing at a rally in the city with York MP Rachael Maskell.
St Helen's Square in the centre on the city was absolutely heaving with people, young and old, all enthusiastic and appreciative of the Labour leader and his vision for the future.
Clearly I'm not on my own in thinking he is perfectly capable of running the country and making it a better, fairer place. Oddly enough watching the same event on local news later the same day, the report of events seemed entirely at odds what it was like to be there :/
I never, even win anything so I was utterly astounding to be chosen as this week's winner in the #MuseumoftheYear competition with a photo I took at The Hepworth's Disobedient Bodies exhibition last week. I didn't even put this in my review, just on Instagram. I await my prize excitedly