Archives for posts with tag: nature

Birds singing as I meditated.

Squirrels hopping along fences as I walked to work.

Getting to talk to Jo about what happened with James and being able to fully shout and be annoyed and know the heavy traffic drowned me out and know that I’m right and I’m fine. Sometimes these things are better to do in person.

Also going to a lecture and hearing about menstrual huts.

The sun rising up across the park as I walked to work. I also love all the moss along the railings of this park.

Doing two Yoga with Adriene’s. Including day 6 which was exclusively ab work.

Reading an article that quotes me.

Putting up my new screen print in my bedroom.

Going for a walk around the park in the sun, wearing my dungarees and dad’s shirt. I leaned on my favourite tree, walked in the mud and climbed over the fallen tree.

Reading and napping on the sofa.

Looking at the beautiful flowers in my living room, sent to me by some of my favourite people.

The moon lighting up the clouds as I walked back from therapy.

Sharing a pizza and chats with Jonny, when I thought I didn’t want to.

The Emergency Planning team have gone even more all out with their Christmas grotto. They even came in at the weekend to build it!Drinks with Charlie.Eating my homegrown tomatoes.

Planting trees in the local park. I planted oak trees and dogwood and they will be there for hundreds of years after I’m gone. I feel so wholesome and lovely.

Bread, butter, pesto.

Delicious Turkish with Rosie. Including feta ice cream.

Going out for a walk around the park

Leaning against my favourite tree and looking at the huge circle of yellow leaves she’s dropped

Waking up to nice messages and spending the day daydreaming, no matter how it actually turns out..

Opening the blinds and seeing a beautiful blue sky.

Taking a detour through the park and hearing the birds sing.

A really helpful therapy session. Freezing isn’t a bad thing.

The beautiful colours on this plant.

Finding some cool courses I can do for Christmas.

Texting Matt about his Dubai escapades.

Going outside and seeing yellow leaves.
The happy man singing outside on the street.
Finishing the dungarees for Fred. They are so adorable.
Hannah is in London. She bought me beautiful flowers and we chatted and then we went for dinner with Jo and Jonny and it was just lovely to be together.

The yellow leaves from the tree outside my bedroom blowing off and into my window.
Little bubbles from the washing up liquid.
Kombucha. It seemed to help my ear and throat.

My period started. I knew exactly when it was about to happen.

Tomato soup and garlic bread.

Seven Worlds One Planet. The running colourful lizard dinosaur things. I love their running.

Having the window a little bit open and hearing a pigeon rustling about in the tree outside, munching on the red berries.

Breaking out the emergency Japanese chocolate.

That warm cosy feeling you get sheet a shower halfway through the day.

Stickers!

New shoes! Hello All Birds.

The plant in the window is flowering. I didn’t expect that.

Choosing a path through the park on the way home. At 4pm.

My first mulled wine of the season. In a tipi, on a roof.

Jonathan coming in, immediately pleased that we might be rid of Claudia in a month.

More autumn leaves on the Gruffalo trail.

Pulling faces with Fred in selfie mode.

Our huge pile of toilet roll.

The beautiful autumn leaves and low sun.

Fred. When he smiled and laughed with me.

And when he walked into the glass door.

Bright yellow leaves, walking in the cold but sunny autumn weather all morning doing NOx tubes.

Yoga with Adriene, making me remember myself and my worth, before asking a question I needed to ask.

Buying a LOT of toilet roll. Thanks Who Gives A Crap. So happy Jonny was into it.

A long walk in the woods with Jim. Yellow leaves, grey sheep and green fields.

A home cooked Sunday lunch with loads of gravy.

No headphones, no traffic. Just quiet.

Bright yellow leaves. With little dogs sniffing around in them.

Yellow pillowcases, being dyed in my sink.

Pillows of cut offs and bits of felt from the vulvas. A mini (slow) production line.

Two hours walking round Hampstead Heath in the sun, taking photos of the beautiful autumn leaves.

Baked apples, from Jonny.

Jen cheering me up with emails to a straight woman.

This amazingly coloured tree.

Sewing vulvas and listening to podcasts.

Focusing on her nails on my scalp during my haircut.

Saw some big leaves.

I don’t have to wait for ages for counseling.

He offered to come with me.

The squirrel hugging the flower

The view from the 27th floor

The birds singing during meditation again

Birds singing during my morning meditation.

Walking through the park in the sun, my feet bouncing on the compacted mud, looking at the autumn leaves.

A hot chocolate with Adam. Which accidentally made me too chatty.

Sending snorting pig videos to James.

Taking a walk through the park in the afternoon to clear my head. And standing in the warmth of the sun.

The last 5 minutes of work, chatting and laughing and remembering why is nice to talk and laugh.

The Women’s Forum. Being part of another feminist, female space. And getting BGP into the office. Hopefully.

The little squirrel digging away.

My Uber driving singing along to Electric Dreams.

A successful vulva workshop at the Environmenstrual festival. People loved it and it was pretty packed out. I had to find more chairs!

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.

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.

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.