Happy Monday lovelies, I hope your weekend was well spent. I don’t know about the rest of the UK but here in the southwest it was brilliant sunshine all weekend and really was a picture perfect start to the spring. Speaking of picture perfect days, the photos in todays post comes from one of my favourite days that we’ve been lucky enough to experience this year! I think it was the last day of January, so a little while ago now and we had decided to take a trip to the beautiful Durdle door, a beach on the Jurassic coast of Dorset and a beach I have wanted to visit for about two years now. We came to the decision to leave Nova-Rose at home with Nana, as even though she would had loved the water, sometimes its nice for it to just be us. I love having Nova with us on days like these but as any parent knows it can become very stressful with a three year old and especially one who is non verbal and with learning challenges. The situation can be unpredictable and we never know how it will go, sometimes it goes really well and other times we spend the whole outing dealing with meltdowns which can be challenging and overwhelming in public and unknown territory.
We needed some time out from stress and well, quality time doesn’t need justification, all parents need that from time to time. We decided to park at Lulworth cove and walk over to Durdle door, which was one hell of trek and admittedly I had to stop and break a few times, with the M.E it was a lot physically for me but I did it and the views on the walk over were spectacular and so if you can manage the walk, go for it! We were so lucky that day because it was beautiful clear blue skies all day and back in January that was a rarity. There was something magical about Durdle door beach, even though it was a pebble beach, I don’t know, it just felt a little out of this world and though I enjoy British beaches, this felt different to any British beach that I have ever been to and the water was actually quite blue. On the one hand I can’t wait to get back there and on the other, I don’t think it will ever live up to the happiness and freedom I felt that day!
On the drive home from Durdle Door, I remember feeling immense gratitude for the day, I could hardly believe how perfect it had been. I was thanking my angels over and over and the sunset on the way home was incredible and I remember looking up at the sky and seeing what looked like an angel shaped cloud in the sky, I quickly got my phone and took a picture and then even more miraculously I spotted the time of snapping the photo was 4:44 a truly beautiful angelic number that really is filled with love. Not many people are into numerology but I am and that really was my cherry on top. I am also a believer in the attitude of gratitude will bring more blessings and abundance into ones life and as I put together this post, I am reminded of this beautiful day and how happy and grateful I was that day and that can be the wonderful thing about taking photos and capturing our happy moments because when we re-visit them we come back back to a place of happiness and gratitude which can only be a good thing.
So today, why don’t you look back at your photos of some happy times, times that filled your heart with happiness, times that made you feel so lucky to be alive in that moment, times you were just so grateful for! Because doing this will bring you into a spiritual space of gratitude and when we are in a space of gratitude, we are able to co-create more miraculous moments that we will be grateful for!
I hope you have enjoyed today’s post, was acutally a lot longer then I had planned.
Sending you love, happiness and light for the new week ahead, Daniella x