Photo 105/365-Laying down the law of the game.
Photo 105/365-Laying down the law of the game.
Photo 104/365-Keeping track of time for us all.
Photo 103/365-I now understand why his favorite animal is the hedgehog.
Photo 102/365-Cute chicks, squared.
Photo 101/365-Looking out from within. Pub time in the Cotswolds.
Photo 100/365-The bikes were tempting this little fella.
Photo 99/365-Diggin’ the doors in Chelsea.
Photo 98/365-She takes drama camp very seriously and took to rehearsing her lines right at drop off.
Photo 97/365-There is no rhyme and reason to the decor and color of London buildings and that’s precisely what makes them so groovy.
Photo 96/365-My clan, the modern Griswalds.
Photo 95/365-Dear Cotswolds, could you be any cuter??
Photo 93/365-Looking up at Berkley castle.
Photo 92/365-The photogenic town of Bibury in the Cotswolds.
Photo 92/365-I came downstairs from studying to analyse the sudden silence, and saw this.
Photo 91/365-This guys’ reply to ‘what did you do today?’ is way cooler than mine.
Photo 90/365-Contrasting colors always catch my eye.
Photo 89/365-It’s just another manic Monday.
Photo 88/365-Well, now I want a blue Fiat too.
Photo 87/365-taking a break from jumping around Bockett’s farm to pose for a family photo.
Photo 86/365-My entourage for the next few weeks. School’s out for Easter and I sincerely love when they’re home.
Photo 85/365-Seventy-two little chicks glue-gunned around a home-made magnet makes my little fella a ‘chick-magnet’. Easter fun at school.
Photo 84/365-Her sense of style is already better than mine. I could never wear a skirt as a cape, and rock it.
Photo 83/365-We’re cramming. I wanna cram with you!! Last minute review of spelling words paid off.
Photo 82/365-Polka dots are eternal, hence, I love the outfits of the step sisters.
Photo 81/365-Baby ducky’s must soon be coming!!
Photo 80/365-Groovy stairs at Benetton.
Photo 79/365-I still miss seeing these three colors everywhere. Spotting them off of New Bond Street delivered a pang of nostalgia.
Photo 78/365-A different kind of a march of the penguins.
Photo 77/365-The kids have taken to feeing the neighbourhood cat. We named him Henry, and despite all our treats and temptations for his love, he’s still a hissy little ass.
Photo 76/365-The black sheep of this owner’s collection.
Photo 75/365-Been looking down at my books and computer so much lately, I decided to stretch my neck and look up.
Photo 74/365-Daffs for sale.
Photo 73/365-Being Polish, this cracked me up. Then I chose my polish. Learning English can’t be easy.
Photo 72/365-At the V&A tonight for the Alexander McQueen show. Too. Much. Fun.
Photo 71/365-He’s not sitting on the dock of the bay, but he’s definitely wastin’ time.
Photo 70/365-I’ve got my Bellalou’s ready for spring. You should have them too.
Photo 69/365-Escorted to school by gramps.
Photo 68/365-Photogenic Picadilly.
Photo 67/365-My favourite station, Kings Cross.
Photo 66/365-Prepping their bikes for the summer looming ahead.
Photo 65/365-These rumours I hear of London being grey all the time are lies. All lies.
Photo 64/365-A bracelet? A carpet? Fabric?? No, it’s a stack of Metro newspapers waiting to be thrown around the tube.
Photo 63/365-Old horse stables converted into liveable Mews are always pleasing to the eye. Take your time strolling and admiring London streets.
Photo 62/365-Getting lost in the grocery store, and then finding one another via walkie-talkie’s was a blast.
Photo 61/365-Patience is an asset when commuting underground.
Photo 60/365-Was this lad going up or down the stairs?
Photo 59/365-The views from the Silent Disco at the Shard.
Photo 58/365-‘All in all you’re just another, brick in the wall’. Just like Pink Floyd said.
Photo 57/365-The best smelling shelf in all the land.
Photo 56/365-Cheering on the red house in the swim gala. Always support your local PTA!
Photo 55/365-Blue skies and checker buildings.
Photo 54/365-Barclays’ wheels.
Photo 53/365-Do you get serenaded by a cute fella in stripes and fuzzy Polish slippers while doing the dishes?? I do. And I love it.
Photo 52/365-A spectacular day for a hike.
Photo 51/365-My bouldering babe. I love her to pieces.
Photo 50/365-The more I stare, the more these stairs look like little doors.
Photo 49/365-Following in King Henry’s footsteps at Hampton Court today.
Photo 48/365-Manchester by night. Family day trip!
Photo 47/365-Passing the torch. Like father, like son.
Photo 46/365-Winter’s veiny trees are too groovy.
Photo 45/365-For all you love-birds out there. Happy Valentine’s Day.
Photo 44/365-It’s wig day at school and these two had me cracking up all the way along our morning commute.
Photo 43/365-Cookie towers.
Photo 42/365-I think I found my favourite of the Keep Calm series.
Photo 41/365-I was a little eager and early to get good seats at the Albino Hulk’s swimming gala today.
Photo 40/365-Vauxhall villains.
Photo 39/365-The cold snap as ceased for now. Little Miss Stubborn was keen to show me her moves.
Photo 38/365-It’s the time of the month again-refilling Dad’s sanity stash.
Photo 37/365-Funky lighting on my escalator-chariot. What station was this??
Photo 36/365-Indigo skies always appease me.
Photo 35/365-Preparations are underway for the next customer at Leon’s.
Photo 34/365-The kitty overlooking Victoria station doesn’t come across as the friendliest.
Photo 33/365-Top of the morning to you all!
Photo 32/365-Confined, small spaces and clowns. Quite possibly my worst nightmare ever.
Photo 31/365-I had the Albino Hulk pose on purpose so I could capture this glorious moment of quality time with friends. (Last photo of January already!!)
Photo 30/365-Alone in the underground. This hasn’t happened to me before and though it was quiet, it was sort of spooky.
Photo 29/365-As I wander these chilly streets, I wish I had a portable fireplace to keep me warm.
Photo 28/365-Can’t get enough of dark blue skies and groovy London buildings.
Photo 27/365-Tigers love rainbow loom too.
Photo 26/365-Saw this and it made me ponder who would be Queen first if the current Queen was born as an identical-triplet?
Photo 25/365-While the minions browsed the Lego store, I took the opportunity to snap my version of lego-fun.
Photo 24/365-A sliding pole, though dangerous, would have been more fun as a fire escape.
Photo 23/365-view from the back of the bus while stuck in traffic. Not too shabby.
Photo 22/365-If I attempted this drawing, it would be the ‘stick version’ of this carved King. This artist wins.
Photo 21/365-There’s something about trees in winter that light up my curiosity.
Photo 20/365-No time for creativity out and about today, as this is what I have been doing all day.
Photo 19/365-The days are incrementally getting longer, and today I saw blossoms on a tree. Nice sunset tonight.
Photo 18/365. Lots of lights. I’m getting excited about going back to work one day. Been a long time.
Photo 17/365. Chilly day and heading home to cuddle up after skating lessons done at 10am. Getting too big to hold my hand all the time now.
Photo 16/365. Minding the gap and standing behind the yellow line, just as instructed.
Photo 15/365. I call this one ‘The Running Man’.
Photo 14/365. Phantom lamp on this sunny morning.
Photo 13/365-natural mirrors after last night’s rain.
Photo 12/365-I turned a corner on my way home and decided this fit my ‘light’ theme perfectly.
Photo 11/365. Wobbly London.
Photo 10/365. Practicing their moonwalk. Skating lessons have begun.
Photo 9/365. We all look better with makeup on, I guess.
Photo 8/365-Looking into the light when they’re not supposed to. (No iPads in the house, only during travel. Or when we want a quiet meal in the restaurant).
Photo 7/365- A solitary lamp on Victoria station’s roof caught my eye, as did the peeping blue sky.
Photo 6/365. A break in the clouds delivered the perfect light, if only for a second. Then the clouds rolled over again.
Photo 5/365. I’m crushing on these pure-white buildings. Urban streets never looked so clean.
Photo 4/365. The perfect yellow-light and bright.
‘Lighting’ up their appetite for travel as they find and colour in the countries they’ve been to.
Almost a full hotel.
Photo 1/365. This dead-end street off a high-street caught my eye because this light was so bright. Insomnia much?! For January, I will attempt to stick to a theme of ‘lights’.