Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio

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In response to this week’s photo challenge, Trio

Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio | The Greenwich Mummy
Left: L, Middle: D, Right: Me

There are many, many things that comes in threes but I guess the one that applies to me is my sisterly bond. There are three of us; me (the eldest), my sister L, and my younger sister D.

We used to be like the three musketeers, always at each other’s side. We still are in some ways but as we’ve all grown up, we gone our separate ways a little. I am always at home or working, my sister L is with her son Lils or with her new beau, and my younger sister D is busy studying her first year at university.

There is nothing stronger than a sister bond though and despite our age gaps (about 3-4 years between each of us) we hardly ever fight… any more! 🙂 We always compared ourselves to the Kardashian sisters. We always said that I was most like Kourtney, the eldest and most reserved. L was like Kim as she is the middle girl and loves the flashy lifestyle, and D was like Khloé, the youngest and a bit of a wild one. It’s funny how we have similar enough traits to compare ourselves to the Kardashians but maybe that is like all sister trios? I don’t know.

So for this week’s photo challenge, I just wanted to dedicate it to my beloved sisters, L and D – I love you both very much and so happy to have you as my sisters.

Mwah! 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ornate

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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Ornate.”

This week’s photo challenge has to be dedicated to the wonderful Legoland Miniland!

Miniland was created using around 40 MILLION lego pieces – how impressive is that? Well, it may not sound all that impressive but I can tell you that seeing it in person was absolutely gob-smackingly good… and to top it off, the trains, buses, boats and cars were fully mobile which was amazing to see.

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These photos don’t do much justice but just imagine how small a lego piece is and then imagine creating a building out of it – really impressive! We were so into Miniland that we actually didn’t see much else of the park but we didn’t mind to be honest.

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