A summary of the second week of the school summer holiday. visits to the farm, Science museum and soft play hell!!
I’m a born and bred Greenwich girl. Literally. I just love it. And the older I get the more and more I appreciate this beautiful pocket of London. As a child I remember going to Greenwich Park with friends for picnics, playing ‘it’, hide and seek, sitting on our skateboards and zooming down the hills. Read more
This morning as I hauled myself out of my warm cosy pit I thought about the day stretched out in front of me, and I breathed a sigh. Life is running by so fast at the moment. Our days and weeks are a carefully pieced together working mechanism. We have so much happening that sometimes Read more
Last week Violet got to see her third theatre production this year when my mum treated us to tickets for The Tiger Who Came to Tea. I grew up seeing theatre productions fairly regularly. From pantos at local theatres to small productions at oldie-worldy theatres in London to full scale musicals in the West End. Read more
Christmas started early for me this week with the wonderful annual Scandinavian Christmas street market on Albion Street in London. This market has been going for about 10 years now and this year was the biggest yet. Stalls selling Norwegian knitwear, Swedish seeded rye bread with scrumptious smoked salmon pate, Estonian warming fast food and Read more
This week I have felt uneasy about my commute to work. I travel by bus, train and underground to reach my office in central London. Following the terrorist attacks at the weekend I have found myself being much more vigilant, wary and wanting to avoid large crowds. As much as I do not want these Read more
For my birthday Joe got me a 2 day intermediate crochet course. I just completed it over the weekend and had such a fantastic time I felt it deserved a post. I have been crocheting for about 8 years now. My friend over at Curious Little Teapot showed me how to do a single crochet Read more