Archives for posts with tag: trees

The perfect autumn day – bright blue skies against orange leaves. Cold and beautiful.

Actually doing some work with the volunteers again. It felt good to be active.

Texting Phil. Probably won’t go anywhere but it was a nice easy conversation.

An exciting morning with fallen trees.

Actually being outside in the park and smelling the woods and seeing the sun coming through the trees.

Cancelling all plans and seeing Jo and having Noah cuddles instead.

A beautiful walk in the countryside. Fallen leaves, mist, moss and gnarly trees.

Possibly organising my first threesome. And being asked on another date.

Paddington. Finally watched it

Autumn colours hitting the park.

The fox coming to say hi at lunch time.

Texting Dave.

Holding hands with Noah in the rain.

Getting to go to BW to unlock it and walking around it when no one is there.

People sending discharge photos for my project. I think it’s going to be really great!

A successful Labia Lessons (eventually).

A walk in the evening, touching trees and listening to bird song.

Spotting Sara Pascoe and her dog.

The squirrel on the top of the gate post on the walk to work.

Going to Rosie’s for dinner and lots of chats.

Being in a new part of the park, in amongst the trees.

The dangling leaves in the overgrown archway.

Some quiet, calm reserves work.

Massaman curry.

Walking through the park with the big beautiful trees.

Second vaccination.

A pasty for dinner with lots of veg.

Getting to visit the woods.

Then sitting there for two hours, watching the squirrels and taking photos of the light through the leaves. And being paid for it.

Clean bed sheets!

Cuddles with Noah.

Watching Fred load the washing machine.

Knobbly trees in the park.

A walk around the park catching the last of the autumn leaves.

Sean bought me cannoli. And we shared a dark hot chocolate.

Managing to sleep all through the morning to try and battle off this cold.

Autumn trees against the blue sky.

Cooking a nut roast for Jonny and chatting over a dinner together.

Watching the pigeons eat the berries on the tree outside. After talking about how they hadn’t appeared yet.

A big vegan calzone for lunch.

Sorting out the website and sending the first newsletter (EVENTUALLY).

The beautiful leaves. I love autumn.

Autumn colours.

Sliding on the slippery wooden floor in mum’s socks.

Seeing Martha in the dungarees I made her.

Task Master. Again.

Autumn trees.

Chocolate biscuits.

Task Master.

Colourful and great shaped leaves.

Listening to the WEP conference discussions whilst sewing vulvas.

Another bao bun for dinner. Two actually.

Morning light through the autumn trees on the way to work.

Seeing all the kids posters laid out and feeling pretty proud at how it turned out.

Bake Off.

Getting three free beautiful enamel vulva pins through the post.

Putting up my new pictures.

Noticing the changing leaves on the Parkland Walk. And seeing the squirrels with mouths full of nuts.

The beautiful tree exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.

A delicious Japanese lunch on my own.

Yoga nidra, home alone and listening to the rain

Walking in the forest and through the grass.

Getting my calves wet and cool on the river by the ruins.

The beautiful houses in Minster Lovell.

I took myself out for a walk along the Parkland Walk to make sure I moved and breathed.

The branding call with Liv and Oddbox. It helped make me feel more creative again.

Deciding to not do work in the afternoon and put together a pattern for a top I want to make.

Finishing my trousers and making little dungas for Coop.

Going for a walk through the trees along the parkland path. No music, no podcast, just me and my thoughts. And I was kind to myself this time.

Buying another plastic box to sort my vulva making stuff into. I like organisation.

Making a new thing. Sewing a stripy jumper from stretchy fabric.

Walking up to Highgate Woods and seeing all the trees and light and leaves. Two hours of walking. I really needed it.

Seeing Eileen loving Zoom.

Watching the trees blow in the wind and hearing the leaves rustle.

Remembering that we’re having a takeaway pizza tonight!

The patterns from Jim arrived. So quickly too! Now I can get on and make things this weekend.

Making my new rusty coloured linen dungarees.

Finally getting back to the Parkland Walk.

Hearing Grandma and Granddad’s story by all of us on Zoom.

Aaaaand a conversation about orgasms with Sean on the phone before bed.

Three pairs of toddler dungarees. Very adorable.

The parkland walk. Again. And this time taking my old sewing machine to give to a pal. It felt so nice to be back outside in the sun and the greenery.

A healthy dinner that felt different and was something I’d made. I know I make all my food but this felt more made.

Realising that I wasn’t in front of a screen all day and that that is a lovely thing.

Some really great trees.

Finding a Henry hoover on the street and taking it home and cleaning ask the dirty fluffy corners.

I also got a free vegan peanut butter blondie from the Deli and I had a bath. Pretty good day.

Blue sky, green trees, plant shadows.

Finishing three pairs of dungarees.

Pizza and Ru.

HUGS! I hugged Jen and Jo. I’ve missed hugs so much.

The beautiful little park. Bluebells, sunlight through the trees, the pond.

I hate to say it again but Too Hot To Handle. Again. The voiceover is brilliant.