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Weekend Update

This weekend was a long one. We went to two museums, ate tapas, visited the candy colored houses of Knotting Hill, and revisited Brick Land including taking a stroll down Jack the Ripper’s old stopping grounds. 348 more words


And Then It Was Over

That roaring WHOOSH you heard was the sound of our London family holiday flying by at the speed of Santa’s sleigh. How does it happen? You spend weeks and weeks planning and searching and reserving and then it all disappears in a blink and it’s just you and your sweet husband again. 395 more words

Larking around London

For the last week of mum’s UK visit we had a very posh central London base, at another great air bnb find in Chelsea. 309 more words

Still Here!

Helllloooo and Happy Holidays from London town! I have been neglecting my poor little blog and this morning I woke to a text from my niece in Austin shaming me for it. 460 more words


“Victoria was her own champion against her mother and Sir John Conway. Throughout her early teenage years and until she was eighteen they constantly pressured Victoria to sign documents declaring The Duchess as acting reagent in the queens stead for a certain number of years. 99 more words

Julia Margaret Cameron at the V&A

In only eleven years, Julia Margaret Cameron managed to create her own style of photography; capturing beauty in a time when the process was more cumbersome than we can even begin to imagine today.   222 more words


Experience Design: Experience-Oriented Review

About the exhibition:

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain aim’s to explore the extremes of footwear from around the globe. While considering the cultural significance and transformative capacity of shoes, this exhibition examines the latest developments in footwear technology… 880 more words

Experience Design