Two weddings and many evening engagements make for a lot of fun, but delay in blogging, so let's get right up to date, before we go out of date all over again...
Walking home over Richmond Bridge
The Joy of Commuting: Travelator at Bank Station
A short detour into Marble Hill Park to take in the spring air on my walk home from French conversation class
Attended the wonderful wedding of our godson in deepest Cornwall.
The band were very fine and are called, appropriately, All Good Things.
The Joy of Commuting—the improvement works at Twickenham Station are taking an age.
Herbs comemorating William Turner (c.1508–1568) are plated in the churchyard of St Olave Hart Street in the City of London.
Turner was Dean of Wells. Did he and Henry Lyte know each other?
The wonderfully bonkers Gothic-Revival-on-steroids fantasia that is 31 Eastcheap defies the bullying of the Walkie Talkie (aka 20 Fenchurch Street or, in these pages, Another Monstrous Carbuncle) that looms oppressively behind it.
|3 April – Good Friday|
Easter display inside the porch at St Paul's Hounslow West.
"There is a green hill far away..."