Archives for posts with tag: sky

Being remembered and welcomed at the school to change the tube.

A rainbow in a weird yellow sky.

The video of Fred still enjoying playing with the foam blocks I made him.

Finishing the first two pairs of dungarees. And so neatly!

The squirrel that was RIGHT THERE and looking at me on the street outside.

The soft smudgy sky.

Walking for almost two hours. Looking at dogs. And trees. And graffiti.

The sky on the way home.

A good yoga with Adriene. Felt like I was doing something.

The beautiful blossom and blue sky.

Sitting on the big stone in the sun, listening to the music from the drug dealers.

Getting hooked on Love is Blind. 🤦

Going for a run around the park. Double lap. And the sky was soft and pretty.

Walking through the park with Sean just after dusk. They’d just cut the grass and it felt like we were in another country, nearer summer

The Korean chive pancake from Dotori. So fucking delicious.

The sky whilst idling

When he put his hands over my eyes and told me when to breath

Dishoom. Vegan chai. Amazing food. That dessert.

A bird tweeting as I meditated and the squirrel that ran and jumped up the fence on my way to work.

The clouds, again, but with a better photo today.

Creating my ‘This is your…’ series. It feels exciting to be doing something a bit different.

Going out and doing the idling event actually distracted me more than I thought it would and I forgot about being sad for a while.

The light in the afternoon and the cool dark clouds. I took this lovely blurry photo… 🤦

A message from Kulbinder after I assumed he wasn’t interested.

The sky on the way to work. Really beautiful.

Lunch in a new café. Huuuuuge plate of salad full of beetroot and roast parsnip and pasta.

An enlightening and lovely dinner with Jen, as always.

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 beautiful sky on the walk to work.

Leaving the office to do the tubes in the fresh air, finishing in the park by my house, looking at the huge pile of Christmas trees.

Yoga and a to do list, in my comfy trousers.

The sky today was beautiful. During the day, with the fluttered clouds and as the sun was setting, making everything glow golden.

Delicious vegan food with Sarah. I love mint dressing on a salad.

Roast parsnips, because I was craving them.

Also, more flowers, this time from Rosie. Starting my dungarees and a quick sober drink with Jo where I decided to run to work on Monday.

It’s my birthday!

Volunteering with Bloody Good Period. Sticking stickers and being helpful.

Beautiful skies.

A lovely massage.

Still singing all the songs from & Juliet.

He remembered to text me.

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!

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.

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.

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.

The thick, proper hot chocolate from Camden Passage. Drunk whilst walking the sun on the way back to the office.

Leaving the office just after 2.

The sky, walking 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.

Watching the Sewing Bee with Jonny.

Doing the New River Walk at lunchtime in the sun that actually felt warm.

The beautiful sky by the Thames.

Colouring in for craft hour

Walking for an hour to meet Jen. Under a lovely dusk sky, smiling and focusing on the positive things

A night with Jen. Big Japanese curry and some beer.

Light on my living room wall

Lots of walking around the neighborhood in the bright blue sunlight, snuggled up in my coat and scarf, looking at beautiful houses. I can’t describe how lovely it felt to be outside and be walking. It made my heart feel light and fast.

When she postponed the date and I got my Sunday evening back. And taught myself how to darn

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.

The light, walking home at half 2. It’s so beautiful in winter.

Talking masturbation with an unknown Irishman on Hinge.

Dance aerobics. Smiles throughout.

Aaaaand playing Dobble and Floundering with Dom and Jonny

The curly tree

The walk with Jen

The sky at sunset.

The cup of tea. Feeling grown up and in control.

The sky between the building as the sun set. It was better than this photo. By about a million.

Meeting the Maya Centre and agreeing to volunteer for their art sessions to encourage body positivity. I feel *so* good about this. It brings together so many facets of my life and my skills and my passions. Vagina education, reclaiming your body, being proud of your genitals, fighting mental health, recovery from sexual assault, helping women, being part of the sisterhood, art and crafts and how they can help with healing, using my facilitator and trainer skills and doing more volunteering. This just feels so good. I’m so proud of me.

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.