Well, it feels like it in London. At long last.
The daffodils look wonderful in St James’s Park but what I look forward to most at this time of year is walking through bluebell woodlands. For the past few years we’ve been going to the woodlands near Christmas Common in Oxfordshire during the first couple [...]Continue Reading →
London We all need something to look forward to at this time of year. January (post holidays) and February (pre-… well, anything exciting) can drag. So to get us through the next few months, we went to our local map shop and bought the National Geographic Road Atlas for the US. We’ve been pouring over [...]Continue Reading →
The boys and girls at Imperial (our future scientists) put on a fashion show for a very good cause (St Mary’s Hospital). They showcased fashion trends from the 20th century but mainly concentrated on swimwear and lingerie fashion (as you can see!)
And don’t they look fantastic!
I’m always happy to waive my fees [...]Continue Reading →
Nana & I met at the Primrose Hill Vintage Fair a few months ago. She was set up with her sewing machine and sewing paraphernalia at the entrance doing great businesses altering the vintage finds of some of the hundreds of people who came to the fair that Sunday.
Stuart and I spent a [...]Continue Reading →