My First Ever Girls Weekend trip to London
I love the underground. It reminds me of being a child, my Nana would take me from Romford to Seven Kings or London. The woosh of air & noise. The smell. It brings it all flooding back.
I've read about this shop & seen picture's. It's an Aladdin's cave of gorgeousness.
Quite possibly the best ever display of aprons
So pretty I wouldn't want to wear for fear of getting dirty.
Mixing old with new
A sense of being in design history
The Ideal Home Exhibition
Some very gifted exhibitors
Bea's of Bloomsbury
Who's giant meringue's were as delicious as the staff were freindly
For a Friend
Ice Cream of the Summer
Planting of the Summer
5 days later, the daisies were in the garage
I think I am a possibly a Pipe Cleaner modelling Genius
The 11 year old won 1st Prize
He never shared his chocolate egg
On our way down to Cornwall for Easter
We decided to break the journey this time. Speed is not a word used to describe our bus.
He lives his life in the slow lane.
Can you see his 'bra'? It's to protect his frontage from stone chips.
Early evening stroll along the Waterfront, scooters for the small people.
A stop off to see the Jurassic Coast Line
And a Bucket Tree
This traditional sweet shop was beautiful
But the prices
I know its more expensive 'down south', but 'rip off' springs to mind.....
But pebbles for the pebble gatherer
New Red Doctor Marten Mary Jane's
Love these Napkins
Made me heart skippily happy in their sea side matchy-ness
From the outside
It was cold
He persevered & was rewarded
And a little Miss wised up to the most comfortable place
Squeezing the last out of the day
Sam's on the Beach
Easter at Polkeris
A Holiday Tradition
We are making the most of our Year Valid Tickest
The Bunny Love Project
400 Bunnies made from lost property @ The Eden Project
re -loving & valueing the discarded
That a small child is handy to have around the house
Getting ready for Summer
The Golden Jubilee
16 weeks of not blogging
16 favourite memories