The Blossom Tree



Today we walked to the blossom tree. 

We’ve seen this blossom tree bloom, shed & weather a lot.

It’s outside our hospital in a beautiful park laden with squirrels adjoining.





Some of you may remember the blossom tree from a recent post.



We birthed our babies in the hospital, said goodbye to a child there, been cared for during miscarriages there & it’s became our second home with a dodgy heart in tow…

We walk through the park a lot.

Today we walked through the park to  look at the blossom and pick up its fresh fall.

It was beautiful.










We played in the park and made a blossom bunny and a blossom flower with a chocolate treat. 





We left as a hailstone shower emptied from the blue skies. (Of which a hailstone directly fell to land bouncing off my eardrum, I swear!)



It was a lovely day which was made mostly by the hour in which we visited the blossom tree. 

& a day to reflect, love and return home from.

BLOSSOM ART

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We decided to go on a spring walk to pick up fallen blossom to try our hand at some blossom art.

We found lots of beautiful colours..

Here’s how we did..

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The kids really enjoyed creating blossom art.

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