August break Day 12: ‘yellow’. My younger son’s favourite colour – and his hair is lightened by summer sun and sea.
Regarding this wee boy’s summer holidays, you might enjoy A posy full of sunshine.
That is a lovely post, he looks so young and vulnerable, bless him.
I know, doesn’t he, the wee lamb. How do we ever manage to let them go…?!
Many mums call their sons “my golden boy,” but yours truly IS. What a beautiful image you’ve made, DB — and what a beautiful moment to remember.
That’s a really sweet comment, Heather. I’m glad I took this – childhood is so fleeting, and soon I won’t be able to look down on his golden head without standing on a chair. 🙂
Looks just like the top of my head… many, many, many years ago. ;^)
Aw, you must have been the apple of your mother’s eye (if my experience is anything to go by!) 😉
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