Regent Street, London dressed up for Christmas. Looks like it was taken from a fairytale book. Don't you think?
London Oxford Street Christmas decorations.
We got back from England last week after a dreamy couple of weeks visiting our friends in Plymouth.
And I'm realizing...
how little I saw of London and Plymouth when I was there, once again. I wish I could beam myself right back there!
Coming back from vacation and getting back to your normal routine is always hard.
Quite frankly, the trouble is transitioning from holiday mode-to go back to work status.
So, I'm finally officially back in action on my blog and I'm excited to catch up with all your blog posts and comments.
Here are a few London and Plymouth photos, if you'd like to see.
Looking east from the Blue Bridge on St. James's Park Lake.
The beautiful colours of Autumn or Fall actually light up the lovely lake. I keep gazing at this picture, which I took in late November, and I'm still savouring those beautiful Autumn red and gold colours, reflected in the still water of the lake.
A cozy Tea Room in Plymouth Barbican.
The beautiful little harbour of Plymouth Barbican.
Delicious Devon Pasties. The Traditional Steak Pasty is a firm favourite with locals and a favourite of mine as well.You simply can't visit Devon without eating a pasty.
The Plymouth Centre on a rainy evening.
One rainy afternoon in Plymouth.
Plymouth on a cold November day.
Oh boy, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! How was your week? Do you have your Christmas tree up and stockings hung yet?
My dears, I hope you have a fabulous weekend! xx
P.S. Sorry I am so late in posting this!
P.P.S. More photos to follow.
Update: I just heard the news about the Connecticut shooting...my heart breaks. Our prayers and sympathies go out to all who suffered from a needless tragedy today.