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Another lunchtime lying in the park

A night at home, on my own, just pottering. Finally!

Everything coming together for Thursday – signs arriving, bike tags out, posters up. I’m almost there.

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The smell of lavender as I lay in the park at lunchtime.

Getting a phonecall from a school saying that he had a lot of posters for my competition. Thank god!

Very good oral sex

Watching volleyball in the park with a seagull.

Chats with Sarah on the train home.

Basil in my salad.

Climbing the tower in the park.

Chasing the seagulls.

Amazing sourdough.

I’m going to be in a documentary. And I helped them find the perfect old woman for it too.

Walking through the park after doing my tubes. It would have been lovely to stay there for a while. And I like the old gardeners in the mini park next to the park too.

California by Grimes.

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.

Sitting in the park bench at lunch time, reading. Letting my eyes readjust to the green and blue of the park.

Realising that I’ve actually got a lot organised for Clean Air Day.

Having a long old chat with Libby at work.

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.

Lying in the park at lunch time.

Cooking lots of veg and making meals. I feel very organised.

Painting the yellow bits on the chairs.

A great dog.

Walking through the park in the evening.

The pub with Jonny. Talking about new house stuff.

A walk in the park when the sun came out. It felt good to leave the house.

Sewing a cute bib for my nephew. Hopefully this one will be the right size.

Texting Han about Mr Eyebrow Hair.

Another day of lying in the sun. The (slightly overgrown) garden in the morning and the park in the afternoon with Will.

Being in the sun all day but not getting burnt. So grown up.

That feeling of being freshly washed after a day of suntan lotion and sweat and getting into a clean, white bed.

The shadows playing on my towel, drying in the breeze. I love summer.

Sitting in the park with Stuart’s friends.

Reading in the sun in the garden.

Having an iced coffee in the sun outside the new (to us) coffee place near our new house.

Walking slowly round Paks, looking at everything and not feeling rushed.

Lying in the park, reading in the sun on my own. It’s been a really relaxing quiet day.

Being outside in the sun, setting up for an event and generally not doing all that much.

Lunch in the park, under the blossom.

Coming home after lunch to sleep. And eat a pea risotto.

Lunch in the park, reading a great book.

The cardboard VR headset game about pollution. I liked watching Libby turn around and around in her seat.

A night on my own, at my house. Tax return (hello £900 rebate!), replying to emails, picking up pills, making reusable face pads, salads ready for lunch and a face mask. It felt so so good to just get things done and be at home.

A walking meeting, circling the park in the sun.

Walking home as the sun was setting across the park, watching birds up in the sky.

I bought the flowers. It’s done. It’s over.

Going for a walk in the sunshine to think at work. So nice to be outside.

Getting nice emails back from florists that want to help us.

Dinner with Stuart at the dark pub. After Matt helped me with printing panics.

Going for a walk around the park in the sun at lunchtime.

Spending a lot of the day chatting to Adam and Libby. No managers, no ‘adults’.

Coming home and sewing. Finally. I’ve been wanting to do it for days.

Walking to work through the park in the morning sun. It cheered me up more than I thought it would.

Mum is fine! Thank god.

Watching a film by myself in the living room. Plus a couple of chocolate biscuits.


A cold sunny walk around the park. Looking at Christmas trees and playing on the outside gym. My favourite tree was this squat little fella. 

Spending the evening with Stuart, drinking too much and eating delicious Indian food.

Cuddling. A lot of cuddling.

Waking up to funny stories with my cousin.

Matilda was at our house again! Lots of strokes.

Going for a walk around the park as the sun set and the hangover slightly receded. 

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. 


A sunny autumn walk around the park. With the leaves and the blue sky and no headphones on.
Baking ginger biscuits. Eating a lot of the dough before any baking actually happened.

Lino printing some gold joy cards. 

Also family whatsapp lolz with vegetable faces.


A walk through the little park, to get out the house.

Flirting with Brian.

The house party! Dancing with Alec. Howling into the wind. The fire. Laughing with Lauren.


Walking down to Angel, through the autumn-y park. Autumn is so damn beautiful.

A day of doing my own thing. Mainly charity shop shopping. And walking. And thinking. And listening to Body of Human, discovered thanks to a woman on OKCupid. Sofie Hagen and Josie Long. What a lovely, positive treat.

Texting Jen in the evening. She’s a funny one. I like hearing about the office.

Going for a walk and picking up a conker. A beautiful, not quite perfect conker. 

Watching a toddler playing in a puddle. He was so happy and so engaged. 

Holly got me two jobs. In about half an hour. That’s a good friend. 

Got heaps of work done today. Really easily too. Just smashed it out.

And evening of drawing.

And then laughter with Lauren in the kitchen.

Oh and the squirrel up above me, almost within arm’s reach at the park on the way home.


Chocolate Oatly. So delicious.

Fruit puree. 

A walk in the park in the sun at lunch time. Working from home is nice. 


Breakfast on my own at Blighty, reading in the corner and making slow day plans.

Tackling the weeds at the back of the garden. They all came out and I tried to save as many snails as I could. We have a lot of snails. 

Jonny came over. We walked to the beautiful park, played cards at the pub, had noodles and watched SatC. Then he rescued a gigantic moth from my room before bed. #besties