This Is Me

By | September 30, 2013

I’ve realised something over the years:

1. I don’t like having my photo taken and,

2. As a consequence I’m hardly in any, primarily for the reason above and the fact I take the majority of them.

I moved my website over to Overblog in July and last week they contacted me to say would I provide a photo as I was going to be featured on their home page here

This caused a few insecure moments but provide a photo I did.

This Is Me

This is me, warts (not literally) and all. I’ve borne 3 healthy children, I’m married to a man who’s always telling me he loves me. I give away way TMI on the blog sometimes but it’s therapeutic.

I think I’m starting to feel comfortable in my own skin, but do you know the best thing? Despite their autism, T and D seem unaffected by latest trends/fashions/diets, they LOVE having their photos taken (assuming they’re in the right mood) and that makes me feel good as their Mumma.

Linking into Magic Moments – – and What’s The Story -

This Is Me
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Karen on 30th September 2013 at 10:51 am.

Cracking photo! Know what you mean about being camera-shy, I am too.


Charly Dove on 30th September 2013 at 3:34 pm.

What a fantastic photo, you look amazing!! I was going to say you should be comfortable in your own skin but I can’t talk, always behind the camera too. Thank you so much sharing with #whatsthestory


Lisa @foodandmotherhood on 30th September 2013 at 8:51 pm.

I am over from what’s the story – this is a very beautiful photograph, I don’t mind my photo being taken as long as its from the neck up!


Jaime Oliver on 30th September 2013 at 9:58 pm.

awww Jeannette what a really beautiful photo. I am so pleased you are feeling so positive these days its so lovely to hear.

thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments x


a field somewhere on 1st October 2013 at 6:44 pm.

You look beautiful.

Look at it this way.

It’s a sad fact but I figure we are only going to get older so I say get the pics in now before all our hair falls out and we really do grow warts! At least we will have happy memories and pictures to hand down to our kids.




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