I’m continuing with the theme begun back in 2020 – an album title page and one layout per month. For July’s entry I went with the historic temperatures. I went with a classic design that I have used a fair bit over the years. The design originally came from Shimelle's 4x6 Photo Love class. The patterned … Continue reading Scrapbooking in 2022 | This Year’s Album | July
There was only ever going to be one event from July that redefined how we used the space within our home - the new library. The embellishments are from Doodlebug Design's My Happy Place - did you notice the pup curled up in a basket?
Apsley House from Hyde Park Corner Apsley House at Hyde Park Corner in Central London is the London home of the Dukes of Wellington, although the house is named after the first owner, Lord Apsley. The house was given the popular nickname of Number One, London, since it was the first house passed by visitors … Continue reading Slow Summer | Apsley House | Number One, London
It was another extremely hot week in London. We arrived home from our Northern Road TripI came down with a nasty throat infection and spent a day lolling aboutTemperatures in London rose again to the mid-thirtiesThe Boy and I went to Apsley House - more on that soonI lost a contact lens in my eye, … Continue reading Me on Monday | 15 August
I know that it sounds daft, but I really do feel my heart contract whenever we arrive back in Ulverston.
I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. Was July joyous? Let’s see what the numbers made of it: 42 walks with Tilly27,203 steps walked by me … Continue reading Month in Numbers | July 2022
In Victorian times, 50 Berkeley Square in Mayfair was known as the most haunted house in London. It developed its fearsome reputation when a Mr. Myers was jilted at the altar and became a recluse, living alone and only leaving his tiny room at night to walk by candlelight. Later, following the death of a … Continue reading Slow Summer | London’s Most Haunted House
On a sunny day in late July, The Boy went flying with Aerobility at Blackbushe Airport. Aerobility is a UK based, registered charity. Founded in 1993, its mission is to change lives by providing access to anyone with any disability to the magic and wonder of flight. A user lead organisation, Aerobility is run largely … Continue reading The Boy and Flying With Aerobility
It was a week of sticky weather, a Slow Summer outing, hours on a motorway and being with people we love. The Boy and I went in search of London's most haunted house ... more on that soonThe Boy began work on his summer project - General Omar BradleyWe left London for our Northern Road … Continue reading Me on Monday | 8 August
Our Northern Road Trip to South Lakeland is fast approaching and I will be recording the days away in a travelers notebook. The finished TN will be very similar in style to last year's journal. All the journaling cards will be from In a Creative Bubble. I have added reminders here and there and trimmed … Continue reading The Travelers Notebook | Northern Road Trip 2022