Archives for posts with tag: walk

The smell of bay from a nearby street party.

A warm wander in the evening, with park smells and golden light and fresh air.

Working on the vulva booklet. It’s going to be so good! I’m so excited about it!

The beautiful colours of the almost turning trees on the wall around Arundel.

Seeing a hot air balloon in the distance on the train back and remembering when dad and I cycled to SM to see the balloons when I was a kid.

Dinner with Jonny, bitching about the world.

Show and tell at the monthly walk. It was another lovely walk.

High Steaks – she mentioned me and I’m on the back of her leaflet which is bonkers!

Spending time with Rosie

A herd of deer.

Woodlands and a stream. Obviously I put my hands in it.

The bizarrely huge landscape of corn fields. It felt almost Mongolian.

A quiet walk in Epping Forest, just me and the trees.

Listening to the rustles in the dry grass.

That first taste of korma. I’ve not had it in so long and the coconut taste is delicious.

Sleeping until 10.45am

Wearing my lovely new dress for the first time.

A really nice second date with Tess, wandering around the heath and chatting lots. And seeing a Jonny Depp lookalike.

Showing Ben and Han around where I live and work. I loved that they were so surprised by how quiet it is.

Discovering the back garden of Vagabond. So cute!

Working on the vulva booklet and it being easier than I had anticipated.

A really love health and nature walk. 16 people and they all sat and chatted for ages when we got back.

An evening with Jonny at the Southbank, eating food and sugary things and walking along looking at St Paul’s.

Arigato gozimasu.

Being out in the countryside going for a walk in the sun.

Wild swimming! I actually managed it and enjoyed it even though I couldn’t see through the water at all.

Delicious delicious Japanese food, including an ice cream sando.

Baby whisperer. Cuddling Bay until he fell asleep.

Lunch with Jonny in Soho. A sharing platter and a good mood Jonny.

An afternoon reading on my bed with a dog nearby that occasionally came and licked me.

Ca-tree-dral.

Chatting to Jo.

Looking through my photos and finding some really good memories. Including the infamous Corinne vulva thighs one.

Finished the basket.

Recognising leaves on my little walk.

A quick reel.

Morning cuddles.

Going out for a walk in the park with Ben and Jill at the end of the day.

Remembering when I shaved Tash’s undercut and did it very very short. Did a lol at the memory.

The mental health walk in the rain. I thought it would be awful and no one would come but 6 people turned up and they all loved it.

Free bread at the food bank again.

Walking home from the food bank in the sun after all the rain and feeling good.

15 people on my monthly walk and it was so sunny!

Quiet lunch in the sun.

Celia has offered me the use of her house in France!

IKEA.

A walk with Alec and Elliott.

A cute message from Tash.

Tash farting after cauliflower.

Ice cream that tasted like clotted cream.

Letting Elliott off the lead at Ally Pally and seeing her run around and fall over herself with excitement.

A walk and then back to bed in the sunshine with Elliott napping next to me.

Restarting the weaving.

Old Enough. Bit weird but very cute.

The 7.30am walk with the birds chirping and singing in the trees and no one around.

Back to bed for a morning nap after we went for a poo walk. The sun shining in on the bed was so lovely.

A huge big brunch with Rosie at the Turkish place. Plus a free Turkish coffee after.

The dementia friendly walk. We had a young guy come along and it was nice to show someone new around the park.

I bought my first shares! Felt like a total baller!

Funny tiktoks on the sofa.

Taking the Janaty women for a walk round the park in the sun.

Spotting the first butterfly of the season – a beautiful Comma.

Going for a walk at lunch time and it was warm and beautiful and felt like spring.

Also photos of my older nephew changing the nappy of his younger brother. Surprisingly adorable.

Rivers, streams, lakes, bridges and blossom on two walks.

The Butts Farm.

The slow, old, fat dog.

A walk before the rain hit and watching the geese land on the river.

Reading in the cafe, eating cake.

A fire.

Being at work alone and being able to do some other stuff that wasn’t work.

Going for a sunny walk through the park to check on it. Visiting the ducks, spotting a jay in the trees, watching the squirrels.

Rice pudding!

Three people turned up for the health and nature walk, despite the wind and rain.

Walking home in the golden hour.

The bird clock that Terry gave us – it makes me laugh a lot. I can’t wait for Louisa to hear it.

Funny Hinge profiles.

Picking dogs along Parkland Walk.

Seeing Will.

Fancy bread for breakfast

A beautiful sunny day for a walk along the Thames and the regent’s canal.

B J Wood and Son. An unfortunate name.

Birthday breakfast from Jo.

A brilliant present from the Fems Plus One.

A walk in Tring with loads of deer.

A really lovely evening with Jen and takeaway and lists.

A booty call from James.

People loved the lanterns.

And the candle lit walk through the park was really sweet.

Mint matchsticks on the sofa.

The beautiful colours of autumn in Highgate woods.

Spotting Liam Gallagher in the woods. Twice.

Making a big veggie lasagne.