Archives for posts with tag: holiday

Seeing seals in the water.

Walking along the estuary, looking at birds in the sun.

Reading and napping in the sun and out of the wind.

Getting to Fam Camp.

Cleaning the penis off the board.

Fred running up to me.

Walking to the lighthouse at sunset. And seeing baby seagulls for the first time (I think?)

Flirting with the hot waiter at the pizzeria over a pistachio pudding.

Remembering Corinne’s Palermo poo story and other great things from this week.

Paddle boarding.

Pear pasta. So delicious.

Snoozing on the beach.

Playing the rock throwing game.

The very pretty dog with all the colours.

Walking through the cute little old town with all the cats.

Lying on the beach and reading.

Americanah. Finally a book that I’m enjoying reading (again).

An article about swifts from Charlie.

A delicious coffee ice cream drink

Our beach house!

Sunbathing on the beach without a top on.

The eye roll painting.

Slow wandering around in the sun.

Watching the Senegalese band after dinner.

Last minute charity shopping – hat, dress and three books.

HOLIDAY! Hello Palermo!

Boob.

The cyclist and bus driver bumping fists.

Driving and singing.

Chatty Sally and dissecting the training yesterday.

Final day at work before holiday!

A funny reel.

Unbelievably delicious food at the taco place (although not the tacos).

Spontaneous cocktails at the new bar by the station.

Booked the beautiful villa in Sicily.

Gill Cowgill 🤦

Pretty Cotswolds villages.

Tiny horses, drinking from a cute stream.

Plum cake

Rivers, streams, lakes, bridges and blossom on two walks.

The Butts Farm.

The slow, old, fat dog.

A walk before the rain hit and watching the geese land on the river.

Reading in the cafe, eating cake.

A fire.

Drawing hymens and creating more content.

Holiday! Seeing Han and the cute little cottage. And the sad onion pot

Big delicious Indian dinner.

Dinner with Jen and Fiona and talking about lots of things.

Old man me.

Looking at the Airbnb we’re staying in next week and remembering how lovely it is.

The dog riding the suitcase.

Soaking my feet in hot water.

Home.

Weird bread figurines.

Walking through Milan, along the canal, feeling warm and happy to be another country.

Delicious food. Especially the panzerotto.

Corinne’s cute courtyard

Liam coming to my rescue and driving me to the airport.

Itsu dinner.

Three seats to myself on the plane.

Walking through the other part of the park on the way home and seeing all the snow drops.

The beautiful smell of walking through the bit of woods.

Booked flights to Italy for next weekend!

Pam and Gary. I really enjoyed working with them this afternoon.

Leaving work knowing that I’m going to work from home tomorrow and then have 3 days off.

My new rug!

Another outdoor shower. I love them so much.

Paddle boarding for the first time. I loved it!

Singing Alanis Morrisette as we drove through London.

Being at Knepp with Jen and Fiona.

Watching the sun set behind the tents with the fire on.

Fire cooked sweetcorn.

Lying in the warm conservatory.

A bonding moment over all of us doing PCR tests in the car by Waitrose.

The lovely lunch at the Heron, walking past pretty houses.

Beautiful coastal walk, especially the Inland bit with the mossy trees and little streams.

First cream tea of the trip!

Dinner with Sophie and Meg. Yummy Japanese food in a nice pub. And Meg is so great!

Went for a swim in the sea. Han took a photo just as a cold wave hit my vulva.

Excitement at spotting (or thinking we spotted) dolphins.

Hanging out with Sophie. She’s a good egg.

A very British sharing of the last breakfast bits.

Lying in the garden in the sun, reading and snoozing.

Getting a real bed upstairs and it feeling more like a real holiday.

Smelling the apple tree and it smelt like that apple smell that I didn’t think was real.

Cornwall!

Pretty views of the sea on the train.

Going to visit Daph’s allotment

Being with all the family at Fam Camp. Han was happy to be here, Fred played with all of us, the sun is out.

Sitting around a camp fire laughing with Soph, Holly and mum.

Being in the countryside, smelling fresh air, being in a field with sheep.

The beautiful blue sea.

The coastal walk.

Getting to know (and joke with) Andrea, Graham and Doreen. And feeling like an adult with them.