As a working solo mama of two littlies, with school and nursery runs, and a walk to work most days, plus shopping and lots of pottering around at home, I'm on my feet pretty much all day long. This is the story of a typical week in my life through the floors, patterns and interesting things I come across....
Actual SUNSHINE! - in summer! - calls for an outing for my favourite gold snakeskin peeptoes. Photographed on the parquet wood floor at work.
Another day at work, another pair of shoes. This time comfy pumps - photographed on the stone spiral steps leading up to the balcony. I love these steps; they're over 100 years old and covered in various marks and dents - I often think about the thousands of people that have walked on them since the theatre was built.
Shopping in town, and wearing sixties inspired patent flats on the monochrome tiled floor of our local butchers (pre-tattoo, too)! I love black and white chequerboard floors.
A day at the park with the kiddos, playing on the lawns and on the soft tarmac, called for comfy, casual flip flops. I like the juxtaposition of the natural, bright grass against the grey, man made playground floor in this picture.
It wouldn't be British Summertime without an almighty downpour so I got to wear my Hunters on a trip to the open air museum. I photographed them on the stone steps to a 16th century cottage.
Soft suede boots, harsh concrete paving slabs and pretty, delicate flowers: more shopping in town.
Writing this post has inspired me to resurrect my weekly Dear Diary posts - it's been fun documenting everything that we've been up to through these photographs!