Project Life Revisited | Weeks 9 and 10

Week 9: Yet another winter storm - Storm Jorge, although London got off fairly lightly. I spent an afternoon with my friend at St. Mary's, Paddington (I've obscured her face to protect her privacy and made a flip-up pocket to hide the journaling). The Boy Child and I went on a Mum and Son date … Continue reading Project Life Revisited | Weeks 9 and 10

Photograhy Scavenger Hunt 2019 | Link #2

The lovely Mary Lou of Patio Postcards is hosting the annual Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt again this year. Hop on over to her blog to see who else is joining in. Here’s what I've added to my list of finds: #2: Single and pretty: Wild poppy - 28 June 2019 #3: Repetition: Lestrange vault, Warner Bros Studios … Continue reading Photograhy Scavenger Hunt 2019 | Link #2

A Return to the Harry Potter Studio Tour

We returned recently to the Harry Potter Studios, after having first visited in April 2017. The difference this time was that (1) we went with friends, (2) Gringotts Bank is now open for business and (3) Warner Bros has upped its game considerably when it comes to entertaining visitors with autism. Hogwarts bound The biggest … Continue reading A Return to the Harry Potter Studio Tour

A Year of Thanking | 2nd Quarter Review

I'll be honest here ... I lost some of my enthusiasm for this project after I began this year's 100 Day Project. That said, I've written 10 letters over the last three months. Less than the first quarter, but still a reasonable total. All were delivered by the Royal Mail. I wrote three letters to … Continue reading A Year of Thanking | 2nd Quarter Review

Month in Numbers | June 2019

Did June turn out to be joyful? I began the spread by adding some visual interest to my Project Life cards. I don't know why I haven't stitched on them before now. Let's take a look at the numbers: A fantastic 4 hours were spent at the Warner Bros Studio Tour (home of the Harry … Continue reading Month in Numbers | June 2019

A Puzzling Hobby

One of my favourite past times as a child, after reading, was working on a jigsaw. I remember two in particular, probably because both of them were round and they fed my love of history - Henry VIII and his six wives, and the naval battles of Admiral Nelson. I rediscovered my jigsaw love when … Continue reading A Puzzling Hobby

Right Now …

Right now I'm currently ... Reading:  The Lost Pilots: The Spectacular Rise and Scandalous Fall of Aviation's Golden Couple by Corey Mead. This was a Christmas gift and although I might have picked up a copy myself, I'm disappointed in how just unlikable the couple is. Planning: more Weekday Walks to share with you. Watching: Les … Continue reading Right Now …