Summer had finally arrived and there are so many fun activities for kids. Finding a place which will fit my autistic son needs, can be challenging, simply because I have to find the right destination, which will not be too noisy or too crowded. A place that will provide a a calm environment, like a wide field, where he can run and play.
My son was diagnosed with autism in high function two years ago and since than I was determined to continue with my regular life and gives my son the opportunity to enjoy and explore all beautiful things in life, like family trips, fun activities, and not let the autism come in my way on achieving these family goals.
Since my son really loves animal and enjoy watching them, we decided to visit a local farm- Bronte Creek near Oakvile, just about an hour from Toronto.
With the temperature drops way below the zero, my clothing options are fairly limited. it’s always the same large and clunky boots and the same down parka jacket. I really miss the winter in Israel, if you can call it .winter- clear sky with 20C. To my hometown vacation, I brought almost every skirts and dresses in my closet, all the way from Toronto (you can imagine how packed my suitcase was…)
This lace skirt is anther purchase from London. I wore it my wonderful relaxed weekend with my family in Jerusalem. I love the pleated fabric with the see through lace. I paired it with light sweater and booties for an effortlessly casual look, with a modern twist. To complete the look, I added this eye-catching plaid scarf and crossbody chain handbag.
Skirt: French Connection, Sweater: Club Monaco, Scarf: Gap, Boots: Zara, Necklace: Other Stories