London calling – Wordless Wednesday

I’m taking nothing for granted

Me 🙂
afternoon sunshine in London
afternoon sunshine in London
A day out in London
A day out in London
Buckingham Palace London
Buckingham Palace London

Some words, despite it being Wordless Wednesday, from my post on Instagram this morning

It’s our first morning home in Australia, after 2 months in England, and the air in Canberra is hot and smoky (with a poor air quality rating) – but not as bad as it has been apparently. Looking back at photos of our last day walking around London, how we appreciated the crisp clean air, the blue sky, the green grass and the sight of daffodils bulbs popping up in the gardens. Reminded me – take nothing for granted these days.

Home to Tumbarumba soon, where there’s limited services and a fire still burning nearby.

Hope all is well in your world.

Take care.

Deb xx

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17 Replies to “London calling – Wordless Wednesday”

  1. What lovely pictures! And the daffodils already so big … they’re my favourite flower … silly really when there are so many more exotic ones, but I’ve loved them since I was a child. I saw some for sale outside a flower shop here in Manhattan a couple of weeks ago. There were ten bulbs in a small box … I wish I knew how to add a photo in here as I took one of them. They had a price tag of $75 … that’s about £60 I guess!! I nearly fell over! Ridiculous! Anyway, that’s Manhattan for you. Great pictures and lovely to see the daffs. Katie x

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  2. While I am sure you cannot wait to get back to your home town, it is going to be in a different condition to how you left it and I can imagine that will be upsetting, yet with the relief that your home is safe. I am pleased that England gave you some lovely winter sunshine and clear skies to end your extended holiday!

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