Archives for posts with tag: clouds

Roasted green tea and fig jam.

A walk,a mug of tea and a vegan ginger cake with Jo. Plus the beautiful skies on the way home.

Selling lots of vulvas. It’s exciting!

Hearing birds tweeting all through my morning meditation. I haven’t heard them in a while.

The clouds.

Period Party at Colours. Much more intimate and it went really well. Having Rosie’s smiling face in the corner was so lovely too.

Swimming. In a fairly quiet pool.

The woman who lent me 20p for the locker and wouldn’t accept my 50p. And was really surprised when, after the swim, I gave her the 20p I’d found in the bottom of my bag.

Walking back through Clissold Park, with the sun breaking free every now and then, lighting up the clouds and making the trees glow. Meditating in the field, listening to the Soweto Gospel Choir.

Being by the sea, in a cute cabin. With a secret garden. And it’s own yoga platform.

The pub quiz. Best pub quiz I’ve ever done. Oily Muirs.

Seeing a shooting star as we walked home from the pub.

I felt so happy this evening. Really calm and peaceful, by the sea, walking in the dark.

Cutesie texts from James that made me happier than it really should have.

The vulva workshop. Such a lovely small group with really great conversations and some good laughs.

The beautiful pink clouds and blue sky as I walked home.

Cheering on Jonny at the Hackney Half. So glad I saw him.

A fun date with James. Lots of laughing.

Walking home with a beautiful sky and good music.

Cosy, blanket-y meditation yoga with Adriane

Dusk, with its pinky clouds and lovely light and birds singing

A recipe dinner. Broccoli cakes. I forget how good recipes are.

The ridiculous sunset. I swear so many people from the office ran to the window to take photos that the building tilted slightly.

Aidan buying a bar of soap. And seemingly genuinely wanting to reduce his plastic buying. Maybe it’s not all down to me but it feels nice to feel a bit part of it.

A fun first date with Ben.

The morning sky

The squirrel I spotted hopping along the train line wall, high up and silhouetted against the sky

TEN portions of fruit and veg today. And a day of being totally vegan.

Watching the clouds whiz across the sky out the office window.

Pizza and quieter chats at Jana and Charlie’s.

Texting Stuart. I know I shouldn’t but it’s been nice to hear from him.

The sky on the way to work. It was nice to have a break from exclusively grey skies for a bit.

Yoga at home. Inner smiles. Head bowed almost to the floor.

David the chimpanzee and David the Attenborough.

The levels of clouds in the afternoon

A dark chocolate milk

Baking biscuits

Spotting this adorable bit of Street art.

Finding a ten pound note. And spending it on delicious drinks and custard straws for my colleagues.

Watching the clouds change in the park at lunch.

A kind email from John.

Having the swimming lane to myself. Calm water and slow moves on my back.

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Making a collar with Will. It’s fun to have something to make.

Lying in the park, reading and watching the clouds.

Discovering the extractor fan switch! Please god let it sort out the damp.

Putting up unicorn birthday bunting in the new living room for Jonny’s birthday.

Birthday breakfast with Jo. Fruit, eggs and friends.

Lying in the (new) park in the early evening, watching the clouds.

The beautiful sky on the walk to work this morning.

New Muji stationery. Whoops. Couldn’t help myself.

Pressing the curtains seams in the living room and hanging out with housemates.


Being all together as a family, having lunch in the garden for the last time.

Watching Ben laugh so hard retelling the new Dad’s Army film that he cried.

Coming back to Lauren. And my garden smells. Someone who can commiserate with me and a nice place to sit before the week starts again. 


The sky this evening. It looked like it didn’t belong in London.

My massage. Sorting out my shoulder and being clicked every which way.

Leaving work early. Even though I started late. I wanted to be in the sun and sit in my garden and read my book. So I did. 


Cutting the grass.

Decaf iced coffee in the sun at Blighty, reading my book.

Beautiful clouds.


This funny tweet.

Walking around London with Jo. Plus a new Laos restaurant (with incredible rice) and a gallery.

The blue of the sky as I walked home, with the clouds super illuminated. There must have been a full moon.


The clouds, the light, the view. I’ll never tire of looking out that window.

Then the eerie orange light than made us feel like we were in some strange apocalypse film. The pollution apocalypse.

Delicious Korean food and I did it without eating meat.


Beautiful morning sky

Recycling facts. I 💚recycling

News that Corinne walked into a glass door and perfectly imprinted her face onto it.

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Nuts in your mouth.
Sunny Stratford-Upon-Avon.
The beautiful clouds as we drove back to London.

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The beautiful cloud formations on the plane.
Discovering the British passport has a UNICORN on it.
SNOW! Chamonix. FRANCE! Drinking hot wine outside with the stunning mountains in the background. The horse wearing a hat! The drummers. Touching a ski. Finding the crisps.
The ice hockey match. The shouting in French, the men, the crêpe, the fondue, the winning.

That’s loads more than three but it’s been such a fun day.

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The beautiful soft clouds
Flat card games
Going for a drink

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The clouds wrapping over the mountains by Lake Tekapo.
Pear pancakes for breakfast.
Garage mechanic banter. “And this….is completely empty.” Oh.

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The clouds. Driving through them and watching them drift up and down the mountains.
Being back in Wanaka.
Warming up in the hot tub.

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The clouds. And the sunset.
The aquarium. The turtles were so cute and the sharks were cool. The rays were funny and the guides were so informative.
My period started. Just like that. No migraine. No days and days of waiting and waking up in the morning expecting it start halfway to the toilet.

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Watching the clouds change shape in the fast winds.
Squeezing his blackheads. Yeah it’s gross whatever, I love it.
Laughing at James stories

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A customer asking for a bis-quit. Had to try so hard not to laugh.
The beautiful clouds this morning. Pastel coloured and soft and made me think of my dad.
An email chain with my besties about boobs, including the line ‘chest chest chest chest bean bag boob’.