Archives for posts with tag: sunny

A walk along the beach, with the sand between my toes.

And then into the forest with the dappled sunlight.

Followed by sunbathing and yoga in the garden

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A delicious Bakewell pudding from Bakewell

The textile museum

A walk along the river

My outfit today. Those bloody dungarees again and some stripey red socks. Total winner.
Walking along in the sun with good music, doing some chores and feeling happy and beautiful and strong.
Walking home from Jo’s (after Eurovision which I didn’t realise I loved!) and it being kind of warm and quiet and peaceful.

Super fast efficient NHS. Less than 24 hours later and I’m having my head mole blasted with liquid nitrogen.

Another lunch park day.

Cute photos of baby Han and her cool dad.

Wearing my new dungarees to work. I love wearing them!

First lying on my back lunch in the park of the year.

Chatting crap dating profiles with my old friends.

My boobs illustration! Looks amazing.

Going for a walk along the railway line in the sun

Going for a second walk and smelling the grass

Yoga. For courage. Perfectly timed.

Freddie smacking himself in the head with a wooden spoon whilst playing the saucepans

A day by myself. Reading loads of my big heavy book on the sofa.

Finishing my silver top for the wedding.

Cooking three new recipes.

Yoga. Plant pruning. Sunny walk.

The little yellow bird that visited the tree outside the window as I had breakfast.

The way the light fell across the plants.

A slow, headphone-free wander along the New River Walk at lunchtime. Tiny moorhens, blossom and sunshine.

A lie in! I slept until 9.30 and it was incredible.

Buying loads of delicious healthy things across a couple of shops and feeling good about all the good things I’m going to put into my body.

A cup of tea and a walk around the heath with Mo. Sunshine, nice chats and the tiniest bit of occasional brushing elbows and knees. Sweet and lovely.

Listening to my podcast.

The squirrel that was right beside me as I walked through the estate.

Having mum and dad in London, walking along the canal in the sun and lunch on a canal boat cafe.

The Paper Man. Such an amazing play that I just wasn’t expecting.

And dad telling me they’d watched 100 Vaginas

Being out in the sun and along the towpath for much of the morning.

Sitting on a bench in the sunshine reading at lunchtime

Coming home earlier to beautiful light on the wall and some yoga

The ladybird that hitched a ride on my skirt

Walking through the park

Making my own hummus

Watching the steam curl up the tiles in the beautiful shower

Going beyond the garden to the misty views and the chickens

Mossy stones and little rivers and green leaves and reflections on the water. Ducks, woodpeckers and dogs.

Sitting in the sun and feeling the warmth.

Stroking the dog on the tube on the way home

A long sunny walk in the countryside

Sitting on a bench in the sun in the middle of a little village to eat lunch

Fire, olives, Indian takeaway

Walking through the park and over the grass at lunchtime. It felt so wonderful to be on grass with the sun shining. I felt so connected to nature.

The beautiful delicate flowers that have popped up. One was picked so I carried it around for a while.

My brother. My loving, wonderful, brilliant brother.

Did the crow in yoga for the longest I’ve ever done it (still not long but still)

I was on TV. Talking about being raped. And my friends were just the loveliest about it all.

Just walking around, in the sun, at lunchtime feeling badass in my denim jacket.

My beautiful new plant. Big and green and beautiful. Carrying her back from the shop in the sunshine, with her leaves in my face was pure joy. Worth every penny.

Recording the podcast this morning. It made me feel much happier and more positive and really proud of the things I do.

Music in the sun.

Free Love Bar for using my Monzo card. Not because I was extra polite to the guy like I thought…

The sun felt genuinely warm on my face when I wasn’t in the wind. I feel so excited for Spring.

Showing off my skirt to an impressed Sarah via a dirty mirror working toilet selfie

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

A Frida Kahlo inspirational quote

Working from home. I.e. doing lino printing, watching Dumplin’ and going for a sunny walk to the post office.

Dinner and drinks for Becky’s birthday and making friends with Emma. Feeling like I could actually help with something. I like being open about sexual assault. It feels like a helpful thing to be open about.

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.

Lunchtime walk in the park and discovering this bench. This bench that feels so me.

The two women sat on the bench, in the sun, under the turning leaves. Idyllic.

Friday night yoga, healthy dinner and a mini DIY facial. This is my kind of Friday night.

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

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.

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.

Sunshine! Such blue skies.

The child trolleys in Takayama.

Kyoto. Oh my god. I’m in love. This city is beautiful.

The outrageously beautiful garden outside the restaurant.

The shops filled with gorgeous clothes.

The crunchy chocolate things.

The charcoal incense.

I love this city. I’d like to stay.

Blue skies! So blue.

Our walk through the valley. Along the river, through the ancient forests and via a beautiful beautiful pond that I think might just be one of my favourite places in the whole world. It was so peaceful and perfect.

So grateful for the weather being perfect today.

First onsen. Definitely needed after a 5 hour walk.

Ice creams and boiled egg snacks.

Laughing at Han tripping up.