**SPOILER ALERT*** I have put all of the Pre-Raphaelite works at the end of this post, after the Lizzie Siddal links, so for those who may want the same experience as I had, discovering the paintings and their size in person- don't scroll past the links. Oh, hello August! What better way to start a … Continue reading Art in August, and learning about Lizzie Siddal
I used the first week of holiday to apply for jobs, interview with a couple of agencies, run errands, catch up on my writing, and do some wandering in the city. I walked through Soho, up and down Oxford and Regent Streets, around Westminster and near Buckingham Palace, and just enjoyed the non-rainy days we … Continue reading Summer Holidays Begin!
I have to apologize at the start - I wrote this post in bits and pieces, hopping around like a rabbit as I remembered details and sought to find a place in the post where they best fit. The result is that this post, like my experience of the property, moves through time without much … Continue reading Rainham Hall, East London
Woah! I just skipped June! I know, I know! Sometimes as a blogger, I struggle to balance the public and the personal, and lots of June was about family stuff that was a bit more personal. And about my health and a bit of a crisis back home that I have hashed out quite enough! The … Continue reading July: What? I’m still teaching?!
Something very unusual has happened! My blogging has caught up with my life- well, my writing has. So, in the interest of helping the blog get on schedule, I'm posting twice this week! After Greece, our spring was a bit quiet. Aside from a day in Brighton, we stayed pretty close to home. I still … Continue reading Into May: Brighton, Clothworker’s Centre & Sutton House