15 August 2014

Friday figments and photos

Life lately has been one trying to appreciate every day and everyone who crossed my path. As the recent sadness of Robin Williams passing has shown us, we need to live every moment of our lives that we can, not wishing away the hours clockwatching.
 
Take this view from a bar I've just discovered in Covent Garden and love, for instance. Most people see an ominous rainy sky. I see is as another excuse to spend more time laughing with some lovely mates. You know who you are.
 







Ps. I hope you're all afternoon-tea'ing like mad - it is after all "National Afternoon Tea Week". Like we need an excuse...

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14 comments :

  1. We love Covent Garden and always visit when in London. Like you we enjoy to pitch up at a table and absorb what goes on around us.

    You are correct in that it is very sad to hear about Robin Williams. (Alan Brazil should be ashamed of himself.)

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  2. Yup - never miss a single day. That has been my motto for almost a decade now. People are so important!

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  3. I've been thinking the same thing all week about Robin Williams. Pretty sure he taught me what comedy was. Hugs my dear - such good advice to go by. Let's get more laughter on the books xx

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  4. You are right. It is funny you wrote this, because today I lay on the grass at the park and looked at the sky. I had just watched Good Morning Vietnam and I just stayed there for far longer than normal. He has taught us a lot I think.

    You are lucky to be hanging out in Covent Garden. It is my favourite place in all of London. There is a cute little book store I used to shop at there, it was magical.

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  5. I just love to soak in the atmosphere of a happy place!
    Bless him.

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  6. He was such a bright light.
    Most definitely xx

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  7. It is certainly for living - I don't have time to be bored!

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  8. I think it's good to take a moment & just remember. I didn't know him, but his life touched so, so many people in wonderful ways.
    Oooh, I haven't discovered that one yet.

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  9. I love your small things series, and you are so very right! 14ft??

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  10. Yeah the less said about that amount the better especially seeing it was at at huge freeway function, it's weird driving there now after seeing all the pictures. Can't get my head around something that deep on a road lol.

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