So I’m back from London!
Among other things, I had afternoon tea, visited Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Shakspeare’s globe, and the Charles Dickens museum. Needless to say, it was an absolutely awesome experience! And gave me a lot of inspiration for Lydia Green of Mulberry Glen.
Originally, I planned to do some writing during the trip. But I underestimated the amount of time we spent out doing fun things. So, unfortunately, I didn’t get much done.
However, as said by Benjamin Franklin; “Either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing.”
And I did A TON of things worth writing about. Several poems transpired, and now I am ready to dive back into my second draft. So while I type away madly, enjoy these pictures from my trip!
Being a drama queen at Shakespeare’s globe theater.
Charles Dicken’s writing desk – you guys can probably guess my reaction to this. Absolutely ecstatic.
Stake and London Pride Pie – probably my favorite thing we ate. Sushi may have a competitor.
And this is why we get to eat pie.
The King’s Library.
What trip to London is complete without a visit to platform 9 and 3/4?
Inside Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
Outside Saint Paul’s Cathedral.
Posing as Queen Elizabeth.
It’s YELLOW! Oh yeah, and it’s by Van Gogh.
As much fun as my trip was though, it’s good to be home. Good to be in my own bed. Good to eat healthy food again. Good to see my sweet and crazy siblings again.
That’s all for now.