I posted a while back about how much I absolutely LOVE fall. There are only two reasons why I want to learn photography:
1) To be able to document and capture my children’s lives – yes the blog is there but pictures are worth a 1000 words!
2) So I could capture the essence of fall.
On most tuesdays, I attend a playdate with other homeschooling moms in Mississauga. During the summer, we had plenty of outdoor activities with the children. We meet at a park near Eesa’s school and the children play, socialize, interact in team sports etc etc. Yesterday, we went on a nature hike along credit river in Mississauga. It was the perfect time to go since the colours of fall are starting to bloom sooo beautifully. It was GORGEOUS to say the least. But I’ll let you be the judge of that:
The first part of the trail was through a cemetery. It was ever sooo peaceful and serene.
I assume the storage on the left of the picture above is the cell for cremated ashes. More pictures of that coming up. Below are pictures of the area dedicated to those who died for Canada. Underneath each flag is also an area which, I assume since its too small, holds cremated ashes.
And, in the spirit of halloween, this was my favorite grave. Just spook-tacular!
And if Islam allowed tombstones, this would have been Imran and mine:
That’d be us: Cozying it up, next to each other, in the afterlife inshaAllah;)
Btw, did you notice how the graves are shared? the spook-tacular grave above has THREE people in it! Whoaa!!
Finally, here are some pics of the kiddy-os!
I had to throw in some tree shots 😉
That’s Baby A and Y with us:
Then Baby M joined us too..
Then we met up with Eesa to take some more last minute pics before we took off: