We are nearly in the middle of the coldest month and March is round the corner when we can officially hope for warm weather and sun. Having said that we had a wonderfully cold, crispy and sunny day yesterday, we took a walk to Wimbledon Village, went passed the station where we found a great second hand book shop called Copperfield’s, had a little play in a playground and ended up at Freddie’s cousin’s 1st birthday party.
This is the view of my street from the Common
Other enjoyable things in February are:
Pursuit of Love by Nancy Midford – very funny but I struggled to read paper books again and started about 4 before settling down with this one
Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris which surprisingly I enjoyed very much, I love his old films but everything after Small Times Crooks is disappointing
Looking forward to Hockney and Freud in two weeks time, tickets are booked, very exciting
Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern this Wednesday
Baftas tonight, I haven’t seen all the films yet, trying to, but Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is very good. Can’t wait to see The Artist.
This little family deserves a big cheer
We are nearing the end of The Sopranos, I will probably feel down afterward but Mad Men is starting again soon
Car boot sales are opening again end of this month
Pancake day, this Jamie O recipe is a winner, we made these last year and even the hubby who doesn’t like pancakes loved them
I finally achieved the unachievable – everything that was meant to be sold on ebay is gone!