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Thursday night was date night. And by date night I mean that my partner and I cooked together and ended up watching TV. Just as we have done most evenings since March 11th.
Continue reading “Day 41: Aix-en-Provence In Portrait”
During a busy week of lockdown working, my permitted daily walk has kept me sane. Often just around the block or on calmer days, the one mile stretch up to Hilly Fields in Brockley.
Continue reading “Day 38 to 40: Wild London Within One Mile”
We all lose people every day. A friend emigrates, a partner decides they don’t need us in their life anymore, or we grow apart from someone we used to know very well.
Continue reading “Day 37: Just The Other Side Of The Path”
Today’s BBC live news feed claims that over half of humanity is now living under some form of restricted movement.
Continue reading “Day 31 to 36: Late Night View Of Lewisham’s Lockdown”
As our lockdown routine solidifies, I imagine that like me, you’re spending more time thinking about possible escapes when this is all over.
Continue reading “Day 27 to 30: Seven Calm Places For Destination Inspiration”
Maybe I’ve completely lost my marbles here. Or maybe it was time I made a change to my corner of the Internet.
Continue reading “Day 26: Reinvention Is As Good As A Rest, Right?”
London is a fascinating city for infinite reasons. Just one of which is that it holds enough green space to be considered for National Park status.
Continue reading “Day 23 to 25: A Summary Of London’s Green Chain Walk”
For whatever reason (most likely because a trip oversees took place and inspired a flurry of posts) this visit to Greenwich was left unpublished.
Continue reading “Day 18 to 22: Exploring Queen’s House Greenwich, London”
The late onset of spring here in the UK has meant that every evening there has been a silencing sunset over south London. Thursday’s was stand-out spectacular.
Continue reading “Day 17: Sunset Over South West London”
Knowing when to stop to appreciate what I’ve got, before it has gone, is a skill that I’ve always grappled with.
Continue reading “Day 13 to 16: Should We Feel Guilty For What We Take For Granted?”