Well, doesn’t this feel a little silly to post photos of a spring Saturday on a day that actually feels like summer. 26 degrees Celsius, last I checked!
I was going to write about how lovely the weather was, first time in ages the sun was out, about how I felt like utter sh*t and being pumped full of Lemsip (today much better though, thanks) and still got up to go to a conference that, with husband in tow, we abandoned after one session cause the SUN WAS OUT.
So instead we decided to take a stroll back home along the Thames via some lunch. We have never been around the area between Fulham and Putney and it is rather nice, especially with the SUN out. We repeated “Oh the weather is so nice” about a bazillion times, like you do, in proper English fashion.
Talking about fashion, I was still rather wrapped up in cashmere jumper, coat and scarf and only started to get proper warm about half way home.
Well thanks weather and sun for this mini heat wave and a Saturday that was gorgeous leading up to today, I suppose.
I got a new toy (that’s a lie, I got a couple new ones) and what better day to start playing around with it than a Friday afternoon with the full sun blazing down?
I am not quite sure where I am taking this, but I will experiment a little and let the creative juices flow a little.
I’ve been contemplating writing about the last book I read, but every time I am thinking about what to say and how to say it I feel like I am not going to be able to do it justice. It made me laugh and cry and everything in between, so here is my best crack at it, hoping that someone else will pick it up.
It’s become a little tradition that on Sundays, my husband and I go to our nearby park, get a cup of coffee and go for a walk. We talk about various things, do a bit of people and dog watching and generally just enjoy the fresh air.
One of today’s musings was about house prices in London. After our travels to south east Asia, we’re thinking of where to come back to and whether we’re going to buy a house in the UK, a.k.a. London or surroundings.
This weekend was sunny and cold, perfect winter weather to go on a walk, get your thoughts cleared up and have a chat over coffee.
And because I am adult enough (and my local park has a café that sells duck and swan food), I figured, why not feed the ducks. I know that they probably get enough kids wanting to throw food at them, but it was relaxing and satisfying enough to do this two days in a row.
This is going to be a short one cause I am currently having a headache and I should probably sleep it off. Also, how do people with regular headaches do this? I get a headache maybe once a year, twice max, and it is literally knocking me out and I am pretty sure it is not even a very strong one by comparison.