Just visiting friends we haven’t seen for a while… Pop back Tuesday when I have a post all about Copenhagen by my brilliant friend Heather, and how you can go on a tour with her in real life or virtually!
Goodbye July!! I know there’s a day to go before the end of the month, but who knows when I get to write in this space currently. The past 20 odd weeks have been anything but the imagined sitting on my backside staring into space that I am pretty sure certain people are convinced that […]
Taken on the first time I have seen my Mum (it’s her garden for those of you not familiar!) in what was then 12 weeks. I have to say I think our Expat years gave us training in not seeing friends and loved ones for months at a time, but it was so […]
A Hampshire Sunset…. I love this time of year, and I love that we have this at the end of the road…
Reading time at the zoo… I don’t tend to feature my kid’s faces in the blogs, but as they are not directly looking at the camera, and one of them is partially obscured by a giant Lego book…. I think the image sums up a general feeling of what it’s like in lockdown for quite […]
Obviously, this was meant to be posted yesterday, but given the fact that this Easter Bunny got up far too early to hide the egg haul, together with the fact that I have just about lost track of what day it is, it didn’t happen. Still. Better late than never. Hope you all had a […]
A few days early, but I thought people would appreciate the colour right now… Not the best picture (taken from the lounge), but if you look closely you should see the eggs we decorated our tree with…
I make no apology for the fact that this is an incredibly picture heavy post… Don’t say I didn’t warn you. After our extensive exploration of the British Museum, we had a well-deserved break at Red Farm Covent Garden. Great food, the pastrami egg rolls are delicious, as are the giant Xiaolongbao (Soup Dumplings, served […]