So I admit that the decision to take a break from blogging was quite a quick decision and I wasn’t sure if the break would tell me to stop blogging altogether or help me sort out the problems I was having (with blogging).
Because I’ve figured it out and I’m back with renewed energy and some pretty darn good posts on the way! (Including a great giveaway starting on Monday).
Whilst the sun barely shon and the temperature hit 30 twice, the summer was busy. I finished for my summer break by telling you about the 33 things that were taking over my life. I think we are down to about 25 things – I have green beans and runner beans for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but some of the vegetables have had their day and are finished.
Of course, I’m a London gal and the Olympics seemed to make everyone proud of their country and city and I couldn’t have been prouder of my home town. I made a few trips into town beforehand and the bunting strung from nearly every lampost and the atmosphere all around was heartwarming. Whilst we didn’t go to the Olympics we have got tights for the Paralympic swimming on the 7th and I’m very excited.
Top to bottom:
(1) The Gloriana travelling along the Thames at Barnes with the Olympic Torch; (2) Tower Bridge proudly displaying the Olympic rings; (3) Mum and I went into Richmond Park for the cycling event, crowds built up very quickly; (4) Runner Beans growing at the allotment; (5) The allotment looking from the compost to the shed; (6) Honeycombe & Chocolate Vienetta following a trip to Norwich.
You’ll be pleased to see that I kept to only a few photos, Tower Bridge especially had lots of photos taken of it as I saw it open (which I’d never seen before). The boat coming through the bridge had Rule Britannia playing which must be the most patriotic thing I’ve ever witnessed.
How was your summer?
Pru I am shattered, I meant to stop blogging and it didn’t happen. Can I pass you the torch and go and lie down now? Your allotment is so inspiring!