If you want to know what London looks like, if you want to see pics of the sights and buildings of Britain’s capital, I have to send you on to Google. New technologies make it so easy to see what is there to see and the world doesn’t need me to add my own, mostly wobbly photographic perspective.
I don’t like breaking up moments by whipping out my camera, I usually forget all about it until the moment has passed, which may only be a convenient excuse for my lack of phtographic prowess or even interest.
I only managed to snap a few pictures of things I want to remember just as they were.
Here are a few people and places I love…
I spent those three days among friends, wandering about in the sunshine on my own and feeling perfectly free. I walked everywhere, I admired the architecture, the trees in bloom, the blue sky. I shopped for pretty things (more about that next week!) and ate wonderful food.
I had to get up at 3.15 actual time on Sunday morning (thank you summertime!) to catch my flight back home, but that is a price I gladly paid for those few days of re-energizing, feeling young and independent again and being someone else besides Mummy, if only for a short period of time.
If you had three days for yourself, what would you do? Where would you go?