Well, I don’t know about you, but it feels like New Year was just last week and yet one twelfth of 2016 is over already! I will have to readjust how long I think days and weeks are to stop being shocked by how quickly time passes. A day? That’s like an hour when I … Continue reading January Round-Up
Weekend Coffee Share is a feature hosted by Part-Time Monster. You can read the other posts in the link-up here. It feels like half of January has zipped away, but also that New Year was an age ago. If we were having coffee, I’d say that the first week back at work was potentially the … Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share: New year, new things
This week’s Photo Challenge is a great one: ‘Share your ideal day, recount a memorable day in the past, or share your favourite things.’ It reminds me of the Taylor Swift song ‘The Best Day’, which is why I borrowed a line from it for my title (and a couple of other lyrics for the post). I … Continue reading I had the best days with you
Photo Challenge: This week, let's split our photos in two.
We arrived at the Vatican just after eleven. I had read many warnings about the queues for St Peter’s, but it really was hilarious. It spiralled so many times in front of the church that we couldn’t even see the end, so we decided to come back later. We walked towards the river and Castel … Continue reading One short day in the Vatican City
The Daily Prompt today is very timely after my recent trip to Rome: What’s your travel style? Are you itinerary and schedule driven, needing to have every step mapped out in advance or are you content to arrive without a plan and let happenstance be your guide? Many people would not consider my favourite type … Continue reading The Happy Wanderer
I got Instagram. This is mostly because I bought a smartphone. And because I was the type of person to take a picture of prettily arranged food anyway. Rather embarrassingly, four of the seven pictures already on my account are of food. However, it does help to keep a visual record of going through my … Continue reading Put a filter on it