Monday, 13 September 2010

Summer time - London cont....

Of course the best part about D being in London meant A & myself could have a leisurely two days in the city. It was a really special time for us browsing, discovering, laughing and making special memories. We visited the Modern Tate art gallery, took in a show at the theatre, watched street performances and enjoyed the culture that is London.

watching the changing of the guard

Popping into the new Apple store, which is quite something with its spectacular glass staircase.
Just as we left the store Amy received a call to say she had just got a job with Apple :)

Covent Gardens market, and stopping off for coffee
Chasing the tardis around London at the end of the weekend, getting stuck in London's traffic and at last finding it. For those of you who are not familiar with "Dr. Who" a British series, the tardis is a sight all fans can't miss.

The end to a perfect weekend away

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Summer time - London

I was able to spend a couple of days in London with A & D. D is very into Parkour and was in London for a 2 day workshop with many of the founders of Parkour. He had a very busy and challenging time but thoroughly enjoyed himself and got to work with Sebastian Foucon.
They seem a great group of young men and women who follow this discipline and it's another great excuse to visit London

It's great to see young people promoting healthy lifestyles and using the surrounds in the city to develop fitness and self discipline.

Friday, 10 September 2010

Summer time - Lynmouth cont......

It's been a busy summer and we seem to have done a fair amount of being out and about.
I can't really say I have a favourite as there have been special memories for each.
We had a good family holiday with all of us together in a riverside house. Hubby, daughter and son,Nana and of course the dog :)
How apt to stay in a home filled with lavender.

Skye (the dog ) had great fun with A & D

Mmmm family fun, lots of walking and morning Cuppachino

Note to self.......

Focusing on Christ puts everything into perspective