Saturday, October 12, 2019

A-wandering once more


And now I'm back home, having spent lots of time with this little person.


And Daughter 2.


One day we had lunch with my brother and sister-in-law, who live in Surrey. This was very nice. Here we are having a stroll in St James' Park. That distant figure pushing the buggy is my brother, who has a tendency to escape.


She's inviting a squirrel to have a cuddle.


Back in Walthamstow, this is its oldest house, dating from the 15th century. It's in a very quiet part of town. You can imagine what Walthamstow used to be like, when it was a village rather than the London suburb it has now become.

It was nice to get home again to Mr L and the Edinburgh grandchildren, but I miss my little southern peach and her mum.


4 comments:

  1. I'm sure you do miss them, but how great that you had this time together! It looks like a wonderful visit.

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  2. You are so fortunate to be close enough to visit easily. Right now I'm a 5-6 hour plane ride away from both my girls. I hate it. Your photos are wonderful!!

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  4. Ohmygosh -- your little southern peach is getting SO big! She's Adorable! I'd be riding that train back and forth to see her a LOT. Well, because I LOVE that train ride. And nothing beats playing with those grandbabies!

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