ThursdayTreeLove~7: On a Sunny Day

My 4 year old daughter standing in front of a Cherry Blossom tree.
On a Sunny Day

It’s been a month since I even opened my laptop to write something. It was my daughter’s summer vacation and when it started, I was apprehensive how I am going to manage it here. We couldn’t travel to India. We were able to explore nearby places throughout this Summer.

Engaging a 4-year-old all day long is a strenuous thing. The 6-week vacation went better than I expected. Kids enjoy better with kids. I’m honestly grateful for friends who helped this first summer vacation go by smoothly. We were all there for each other.

School started yesterday. Now the first thing I did this morning was to sit down and write something. What better than sharing a lovely summer memory, as the great vacation ends. I have my breathing space and she has hers now.

This is another cherry blossom inside our community which bloomed beautifully this year. I took this on a sunny day in March. The evening photos of this tree were even great.

I don’t know a good tree quote, but at this moment, all I can feel is complete gratitude for all that happened in the past two months.

I enjoy these Little Buddha doodles which made me laugh, think and cherish a lot of thing in life. Here’s one I wish to share here.

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Photo Courtesy: Google

I am Participating in Parul’s Thursday Tree Love Edition 114.

Thursday Tree love is a photo feature hosted on Parul’s blog on every 2nd and 4th Thursday of a month. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog, tell her where did you spot the tree and link it back to her post in her blog.

You can find my entries for Thursday Tree Love here. I hope you enjoy my posts!

About Jayanthy Govindarajan

I share the reflections of my mind here as a mommy blogger. I share my parenting experiences and life experiences with gratitude.

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3 Comments on “ThursdayTreeLove~7: On a Sunny Day”

  1. A beauitiful tree and photo. The way the tree, child, shadow, and bricks are combined in the photo offers an interesting perspective. I’m glad your friends were supportive.

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