Lately all my weekends were packed with chores, last week I was on a shoot which left me exhausted so I took two days off and decided to only do things I really want to do.
My plans were ambitious but as the baby is growing fast now I get tired faster than before so I did about half what I intended.
I went to Tate Britain to see the very funny Rude Britannia exhibition, I knew there will be a number of Hogarths but to my absolute delight they had Rake’s Progress which I always love to see. There was a lot of David Shrigley too who I find hilarious.
Reading room at Rude Britannia
It’s a great show for everyone who likes politics, history and humour, a well spent hour indeed.
Afterward I wandered to the newly opened Chelsea Space and had a quick peak at the current exhibition. There were some colorful windmills outside.
I had a house viewing later on and planned to go to the movies after but when I got home I just had enough.
On my second day off I had more grand plans, Tate Modern and Borough Market in the morning and a movie in the afternoon. I had to stop a little, I spent the morning at home.
I started knitting a baby hat.
And I baked Nigel Slater’s peach pie which was delicious.
Re-energised I took the bump outside to see a film. Here it is, just started to show at 18 weeks.
My outing was very pleasant, I went to see Gainsbourg – a great biopic. Beautifully made and so well cast. A real pleasure to watch.
And there is still whole weekend ahead!