Archives for posts with tag: leaves

Autumn leaves. So bright and colourful.

Walking through the park on the way home. Smelling the nature smells, looking into the pond and feeling quiet.

Sewing vulvas, on the floor of my living room, listening to podcasts.

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A walk round the park, leaning against my favourite tree.

Christmas vulva hymns lols with Jonny. La la la la laaa, la la la laaabia.

Sewing a little vulva Christmas tree decoration in my plant-y living room, with candles and fairy lights aglow.

Walking along the parkland walk, veering off and up along the side, in between the trees.

More chats with Charlie and Jana over amazing Chinese food for Ming’s birthday.

Mashed potato.

The slight autumn feel to the golden leaves on the floor.

The squirrel with two massive nuts in his mouth.

I’m trying a new deodorant and it’s an eco one. It’s not exactly working but I quite enjoyed the smell of my armpits today.

New mug. And she looks perfect.

A massage.

And the walk there, along the old railway track. A route I haven’t felt able to walk in a while. So that was nice.

Reaching up to touch green leaves and realising I’ve smeared my hand in poo.Dinner with Alec.Eating entirely vegan food. Including cheesecake.

Lovely leaves.

First haircut without the mole. So much less stressful.

Jonny’s home! And he likes his spicy cheese.

Black tulips!

The tree outside our house has sprouted out all green leaves since we’ve been away.

Walking down to Southwark. And then back up to almost King’s Cross.

The blossoms and colours in the bushes

After work drinks. Much more fun than I expected

Parklets near my house. Maybe. And just getting confident at my job again. I got a lot done today, including some things that I thought would be too difficult last week. I felt like I impressed Andrew again today.

Watching a big leafy wind swirl on the way to work. Plus some pretty flowers too.

Feeling so energetic and happy today. When I should be ovulating. I really hope this means the diet is working.

He text!

Walking to a meeting listening to music and looking at the beautiful blue sky and autumn leaves.

A day of successful meetings that buzzed me up. The students, the Car Free Day one and the asthma nurse one.

Chatting vulvas with Michael at the air quality event within minutes.

Going to the mental well-being champions meeting. Really buzzed afterwards.

He said he wants to see me

A brilliant feminist who wants to be a part of the vulva workshops!

Smiles in yoga. I really needed the yoga today.

The leaf, stuck into my window frame and waving out at the world.

Finishing the building blocks for Freddie’s Christmas present.

Walking around the park in the sun, looking at the coloured leaves and enjoying the warm weather and no headphones. And flirty texts with Nat.

Getting off the bus early and walking along the canal.

The beautiful autumn leaves everywhere.

Leaving work early and going to bed early. Finally. What a long week.

This tree, looking almost in flames in the afternoon sun.

Doing the crow for the first time in yoga!

An afternoon of slow shopping for healthy ingredients for food that will hopefully make me happier. I felt really calm and grown up and happy. And discovering the bulk buy store was incredible.

This beautiful tree near my house

Seeing my name graffitied on a bin. It was just so bizarre. It’s not a name you usually see anywhere.

Kissing

Eggs lolz in the morning with Alec and Doug.

Having the morning to myself and sitting in the sunny living room ordering food processors and hoovering and waxing and eating cheese on rye bread

The leaves at the new photography centre at the V&A.

Making a turmeric latte.

Dinner, drinks and coming home with Stuart

Yoga

The sound off my feet on pavement and the autumn leaves

The sunset

A meandering walk down any path that takes my fancy on Hampstead Heath. Featuring beautiful trees.

The Natural History Museum. The building is so impressive.

Cooking both aubergine and tofu. Not cooked either before and they turned out good!

Doing some embroidery again

Cleaning. I like having a clean house

Being outside having a walk in the sun along the railway line

Beautiful sunny autumn days. Sitting on the bench in the sun under the leaves.

Knowing people at the period festival.

A roomful of period positive people.

Two walks in the park, amongst the autumn leaves

Seeing my plastic free menstrual product sticker up on the toilet doors. I love seeing them.

The hairdresser’s. The ASMR of the scissors, the woman next to me who told me how much she loved my haircut and wants the same, having an hour where I just sat. No book, no phone, no screen. Just sitting.

AND finding my new favourite tea in the Japanese shop near my house.

Bright autumn trees

Sharing kitkats with colleagues

Yoga. In the dark.

The incredible sunrise as we landed back in the UK. And seeing London from the plane. And working out where my house is.

Autumn leaves and a sunny and surprisingly hot walk in the park

My little flat and my fabulous housemate.

The view from the roof

The tips of the tree turning orange

James’s wedding photos

Watching the England match in Alec’s garden, with a delicious BBQ and funny friends.

Lying on my bed, with the sun glinting through the tree outside my window, reading.

Silly jinx conversations.


The bright autumn leaves against the blue sky outside my window in the morning. Again.

The beautiful shadow of my windowsill plants on my wall.

Milf’s on holiday. The sexiest porn I could think of.

The trees outside my bedroom window, orange and yellow against the blue sky in the morning.

The weather was so beautiful today. I went for an autumn walk to clear my head.

Walking around the gallery with Stuart, acting like a couple and being a bit drunk. 

Kicking through the bright yellow leaves on the pavement.

The whole wood working day. The bright blue sky, being outside, the fire, making a bowl, the feminist chat at lunchtime, the end result. It was brilliant.

Smelling like wood smoke

I decided to go for a walk around the park in the morning. And I discovered a beautiful tree. Something about it just spoke to me. I took about a hundred photos of it and sat under it for a while, leaning back on the trunk and having a little chat. The sun was warm and it was quiet and beautiful. It felt so good to be out in the gorgeous blue-skied day.

I took a few of the leaves to do some printing with. They look pretty beautiful too.

A day of boring photos from Stuart in Bath. It made me smile.