Archives for posts with tag: walk

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

A successful Labia Lessons (eventually).

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

Spotting Sara Pascoe and her dog.

Beautiful coastal walk, especially the Inland bit with the mossy trees and little streams.

First cream tea of the trip!

Dinner with Sophie and Meg. Yummy Japanese food in a nice pub. And Meg is so great!

Going for a walk to the library and through the park.

Buying a lemon and raspberry vegan doughnut.

Going for a second walk when the sun came out in the early evening and spotting a nice doorway.

Going for a walk in the rain and smelling beautiful flowers.

Takeaway and TV with Jonny, instead of a date I’m not even sure I want to go on.

‘You can’t run from the lord!’ donkey TikTok

Walking to the park to sit on a bench in the sun and read for a bit.

Silly TikTok videos.

Malteasers.

Leaving the house at 8.30pm for a walk and spotting this snail.

Getting the Wuka hot water bottle.

The Shaggy/shanty song from Doug.

Going out for another walk to get some sunshine.

Delicious fancy Waitrose hot cross buns from Jo for the recovery period.

Watching TV with Jonny, plus commentary. Location Location Location is always a winner.

Walking the parkland walk and listening to the birds and watching the squirrel with its nut.

Sending off my book pitch and writing sample to go to some editors.

My Instagram wasn’t deleted. Thank god.

Pizza and Glow Up with Jonny. Plus some lols whilst washing up.

Sitting leaning against the tree in the park in the sun.

Speaking to Jen and Fiona and realising I was waiting for them to tell me to take the job. So I will.

Finishing the pair of trousers for Jo

Got offered the job!

Went for a walk along the parkland walk for the first time in a while.

The clouds. I’m not sure why but they just really attracted me this evening.

Second date with Greg.

When he pointed out a green woodpecker.

Cute video message from Jen and Fiona.

Jonny and I went swimming.

He gave me a backy on his bike for a bit of the way which was terrifying and fun.

Walking back home through the low sun park.

The beautiful blue sea.

The coastal walk.

Getting to know (and joke with) Andrea, Graham and Doreen. And feeling like an adult with them.

Made a new jumper.

Walked back through Gillespie Park.

A lie in. Until 10.30!

Walking in the sun, around the cemetery with Jen, talking about stuff.

Takeaway pizza

Seeing the kids like the Dino tails

The sun’s reflection shining onto me as I meditated in the morning.

Learning about natural dying at a Zoom event. It feels so nice and gentle and lovely.

Taking myself out for a walk without my phone after a migraine nap. The air smelt nice and fresh.

Painting.

A walk up to Tufnell Park for a change. And to check out the area for a potential flat.

Started a puzzle. Which was a bit of a surprise but I actually quite enjoyed it!

Making unicorn headbands.

Poundland. I didn’t realise it was open!

Watching the live band on the bench in Highbury Fields. Really fun and reminded me what London is actually like.

Linda was back in another meeting, still with her screen on. No bathroom shots this time though!

A walk round the cemetery with Jen and Fiona. We saw a firecrest, the UK’s smallest bird and quite rare.

The sunset, the Jewish music, the nature. It was really lovely.

Linda, peeing on camera in a huge Zoom meeting. I died.

Fish supper.

An unexpected walk in the park with a little look at the ducks and swans.

Taking the afternoon off to watch Grayson Perry’s Art Club.

Walking in the sun to drop off two old broken electrical items in the, finally discovered, recycling bin.

This silly meme

Listening to the Fish live podcast for Comic Relief.

Banana pancakes.

Walking and talking with Jo. It felt good to get out a few things that have been going round my head for a few days.

Going for a walk in the sunshine between the funeral and the crematorium.

Having a pizza for dinner.

Lovely photos of all the family. Of Eileen. And Grandma.

Going for a walk after work even though it was grey outside. The parkland walk was so empty, it was lovely.

Wire boobs.

A big delivery of loads of parcels. Lots of felt for the kits.

Everything I wore today, except my socks, I made myself.

Deciding to walk through Gillespie Park.

Seeing Jo breastfeed. And looking happier.

Going for a walk that took me through the parkland walk, Finsbury Park, the ecology center and Highbury Fields.

Making some posts that I feel pretty proud of.

Seeing my book pitch made beautiful by Jonny.

Cuddles with Noah.

Watching Fred load the washing machine.

Knobbly trees in the park.

Going for a wander along the Parkland Walk in the drizzle after work. The weather meant it was so much quieter than normal.

Cracking on with the book pitch. It feels pretty close to being finished now.

Realising that the booklets arrive tomorrow which means I can finally launch the kits!

Walking slowly in the sunny weather.

Baking banana brownies in the morning.

Sending silly photos and videos to the Eggs of where I am.