Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

A friend recently treated me to Afternoon Tea with a difference.  We spent 90 minutes aboard a classic Routemaster London bus, sipping tea and scoffing nibbling dainty sandwiches and tiny cakes as we went.It was great fun, although I was initially rather concerned about sloppage from the teapots ... no need.  Your preferred hot drink … Continue reading Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

OLW – Nourish & the Traveler’s Notebook

One thing I've noticed about recording my One Little Word in 2018 ... I'm actually appearing in a photo or two.  Well, one for now, but it's a start.There was always going to be a spread on New York City and I love how the finished spread looks.If you're looking for some inspiration on Traveler's … Continue reading OLW – Nourish & the Traveler’s Notebook

Month in Numbers| March 2018

Let's see if March turned out to be marvellous ...: There was just one day this month when school closed because of heavy snowfall. 270 lengths of the pool in the gym.  A better than expected total given that I missed a week because of a heavy cold. 15 scrapbook pages made this month.  Most … Continue reading Month in Numbers| March 2018

For The Love of Books | Currently Reading March 2018

~ window of Barnes and Noble, 5th Avenue, New York City ~ The Great Alone by Kristen Hannah (on Kindle):  I loved, loved, loved this story and whipped through it over a few evenings.  I think it's the first time I've read a novel where you might consider the setting (no spoiler: it's set in … Continue reading For The Love of Books | Currently Reading March 2018

New York City | The Journal

And what of the journal I took to New York City earlier this month? I'm pleased to say that 1) it's finished, 2) it's looking quite fat and 3) it's looking rather dishevelled.And I love that last bit.  Travel journals are meant to look a little ragged, a little beaten up.  They're with you on … Continue reading New York City | The Journal