The Governor’s Review | Royal Hospital Chelsea

Last week The Brainy One and I had the opportunity to attend the Governor's Review at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. The Review is held two days before Founders Day, the highlight of the Royal Hospital's calendar. Me with In Pensioner Michael Paling The event is not open to the public and we were thrilled to … Continue reading The Governor’s Review | Royal Hospital Chelsea

TGIF | With A Difference

The lovely Mary-Lou of Patio Postcards blog pointed me recently in the direction of Brené Brown's new weekly gratitude practice, TGIF. Most of us would recognise TGIF as an acronym for Thank God It's Friday, but in Brené's world it stands for Trusting, Grateful, Inspired and Fun. Chihuly at Kew Gardens Trusting: that The Boy … Continue reading TGIF | With A Difference

Four Fun Things

Source The final part of Hilary Mantel's trilogy about Thomas Cromwell has a release date and I have it on pre-order. Annabel's, Berkeley Square London has been in bloom! The Chelsea Flower Show has been and gone, but many stores in Chelsea and the West End have pulled out all the stops for the occasion. … Continue reading Four Fun Things

The 100 Day Project | Two Months In

Throughout May, I continued to crack on with The History Project and can now report that it is finally complete! I did enjoy the project, but it was in danger of becoming a chore. The History Project I've completed some more of the small album about London 2012. This has been about 75% full for … Continue reading The 100 Day Project | Two Months In

Month in Numbers | May 2019

Did May turn out to be marvellous? I should say so and here are the numbers to prove it: May's Month in Numbers 31, 985: the daily step count of this magnitude can only mean one thing ... NYC. ... psst! Don't tell, this is just between us ... I may have celebrated a birthday … Continue reading Month in Numbers | May 2019