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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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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.

Gardening. A day in the sun. Relaxing. I’m glad I took today off too.

The smell of shaving foam.

Our new compact Hoover.

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.

Washed sheets. Dried them in the sun. Back on the bed and day, smelling amazing. That’s the dream right there.

Walking back from signing the contract, along our quiet sunny road. Everything feels lovely when the sun is out.

Warm dark evenings. It feels like being on holiday. It makes everything feel different.

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.

Sun! Warmth! I think winter might finally be over!

Sitting in the sun outside Somerset House drinking an iced tea.

Really enjoying the birthday bus crawl. Especially as the bus route was on diversion.

Walking in the sun to put up idling stickers.

Hot Stone. What a delicious delicious meal!

Eat out.

Walking around in the sun, changing pollution tubes. And walking past our new road, the vaginal canal.

Talking to Adam about NYC. He looked so excited and he’s not even going.

Going to the pub with Jonny after work. “I get a boner every time I think about those shelves.”

Bill Bryson, Notes From A Small Island. He’s funny.

A bit of walking in the brief sun, whilst changing NOx tubes.

Lube whilst masterbating. What a luxury.

Being out and about in the van and the sun, not the office.

Brew Crew. Being paid to have a coffee and a chat. That was nice.

A hot water bottle, a bowl of fruit and Love.

Eating dal in the sun

Eating the most delicious cinnamon slice with one of Han’s friends

Delicious salmon teriyaki and chocolate ice cream. I wasn’t hungry in the slightest but that was so yummy.

Going for a meeting with coffee, cake, big eyebrows and a walk around a beautiful secret garden.

Walking around in the sun, getting some little life admin things done. It’s nice to have some time off work.

A thunderstorm.

A 50th party in a golf club. Unexpectedly fun.

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.

Walking along the canal, for work, and seeing the moorhen balancing on the ropes before launching into the water.

The rainbow at work, when one side of the building was sunny and the other side had heavy rain.

Muji brown post-it notes. Ohmygawd.

A super productive morning. Thanks sunshine and period!

Anal sex and pegging chat with Jo over a hot chocolate.

A film and a beer with Alec. Love that guy.

Sunny sunny sunny.

Sending off my invoice for the last three Saturdays. Please let her pay me tomorrow.

My outfit today. Stuart’s jumper, my black denim jacket (it was warm enough to ditch the winter coat for a day) and my freshly washed and clean smelling scarf.

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.

Waiting for the bus in the brilliant sunshine. So lovely after weeks of grey.

Pressing the final curtain lining. Thank god! Now I can start sewing.

Voice messages from the Good Eggs. Especially Alec singing chinbone.

More walking. This time on my own and in the sun.

A fun evening at the pub with Stuart. Lots of laughing and playfighting and children’s activities.

Really amazing oral sex.

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.

So much blood. I’m so happy my period is here. Please fix my mood.

The beautiful sunshine. I love love love a bright blue sky.

Listening to Keisha ‘Woman’. Really hit me today.

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. 


Seeing the early morning sky, with the sun peaking up, orangey-yellow, through the clouds.

Getting asked on a date.

Standing by the tube intersection door and getting the breeze all up in my hair. I love that feeling.

(I don’t have any photos that fit this. But I was sad that I didn’t use this fish photo the other day. So I’m putting it in. It’s my blog anyway and I can do what I want)


Period! And without all the usual hormones and pain. Very bizarre. But right on time. Can’t believe it’s finally settled into a pattern.

Still walking to work with a smile on my face. Especially over that bridge in the sun. I think I might be my favourite view in London. Can’t believe I’m enjoying working with children so much.

Watched The Martian with Matt and Scarlett. Can’t believe I liked another film.


Sitting in the sun with a chai after the session, waiting for the train.

Walking through Manchester. Such a beautiful city.

A delicious dinner in the pretty hotel restaurant. I still can’t quite get over how beautiful this place is. And everything is free for me!


A walk in the woods. With the sun shining and on the look out for deer.

Waitrose bread and Président butter for an in car picnic lunch before the train back to London.

Hot cross buns.