The other day, my son and I went for a walk. Well I was walking, and my three year-old son was on his new scooter that his aunt and uncle all the way from #Canada had bought him for his recent #birthday.
As the sun beamed down on us we made our way along a somewhat bumpy path (against the safety suggestions in the scooters manual), but my son seemed to be doing just fine.
When the point came to turn around and make our way back to the car my son insisted on carrying on and eventually we completed a large circular tour of the beautiful park.
It was towards the end of our circular tour when we crossed a stream and soon stumbled across a wonderful flower patch with daffodils in full flourish. I stopped to take some #pictures and my son was fascinated by the ducks and the colour of the flowers.
It was then it dawned on me; our walk was not much longer by carrying on in a circle, yet, we saw different things and it was by far much better than the first half of the walk.