|The four prints we bought and are in love with.|
As we walked back to the hotel to drop things off, we passed a gorgeous church that had signage announcing that it was being restored to its original Victorian state and all were welcome to come in and worship or just see the restoration in progress. I've attached photos of both the prints and the church, which will not do either of them justice, but hopefully you will enjoy.
|The reno of the Victorian church. You can see the chaps on the scaffold trying to fit an idol.|
After that, we came back and I promptly fell sound asleep with the heating pad on my poor struggling back. I woke up and Colin left for rehearsal and I ventured out to get these mugs I had seen commemorating her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her 60-year anniversary as monarch. A perfect little whimsical design done in cameo of her in wellies and trench, corgies in tow. Love them!
|The delightful precious mugs! Aren't they sweet?|
So because I do not have a ton of stuff for today, I thought I would include some random points of interest that have happened over the last few days. I will do these using photos with captions. Tomorrow I plan to get on my horse early and to have some facts and fun shots for you all. Okay, really hungry now. May have to go into mini-bar and eat Pringles.
|Children on their school break taking intensive courses on becoming |
bikers in the big city. How great is that?
|The love nest of Liz and Dick that they hid in right after Cleopatra. Lots of sex in that house!|
|The home of Annie Lennox.|
|Sunset from our room (on the rooftops of London ... caaa wa' a sight).|
P.S. Just as I typed my last word, my husband came in and the whole bunch of us went out to a fab Indian restaurant for dinner. So I did not have to eat the Pringles!