Hello everyone! Here today with some fabulous updates – because everyone loves updates! 🙂
So, it was my birthday on Monday. I am so grateful to my friends and family for all of the amazing gifts I recieved. Comment below if you want me to do a birthday haul post.
Also, I have been hard at work in my lovely new colouring book:
The pages are made from card-like material so that you can pull out your finished pictures and put them in a frame. Aaaah! How nice. 😛
And another thing; LOOK WHAT I FOUND!
Some of you may be aware that I have an obsession with Shakespeare… Today I found this ‘Complete Works of William Shakespeare’ book from when my mum did her English Literature degree. Mum, why didn’t you tell me about this?! 😀 I don’t know which play to read first! (I’ll probably go for Twelfth Night or maybe Hamlet.)
In our country, royal events are very important. Things like a royal birth, wedding or birthday are celebrated with huge street parties and everyone joins in. We all gather together to watch the special event on the TV, whatever it may be. This time, we watched the Trooping of the Colour in London which was attended by the whole of the royal family. I remember when I was 10, we had a party at school for Prince William and Kate’s wedding and we watched the whole thing (it was pretty long!) When I was a little girl I always loved seeing the carriages being pulled down the mall and the wonderful moments on the balcony of Buckingham Palace…
…I have some pictures of the sylvanians in Bluebell Village celebrating:
They celebrated in true British style – with a lovely dinner of fish and chips! Or for my American readers, fish and fries. 🙂
They partied all afternoon long with dancing and singing. It was a truly wonderful day for all in the village.
Hello everyone! A few weeks ago, I went to London with my family and I thiught that I would share some pictures with you. We stayed in a hotel for on night, and we went to a beautiful place called ‘Kew Gardens’. I forgot to take Sylvanians for some photoshoots and I was really annoyed with myself, but I hope you will enjoy these pics.
I bet you’re excited to see my feet. Yayyyyyyyy.
This is called the Pagoda, but I didn’t manage to get all of it into the shot. 🙂
This greenhouse place was really hot, and there were huge lilypads floating on the water.
Time for the treetop walk!
Then we went inside this place…
It was really warm in here too!
Lovely scenery, you wouldn’t believe that it was in London! We couldn’t even hear the traffic.
This bridge was so simple, yet stunning.
I think this was the way to the Pagoda but I can’t really remember.
If you are thinking of going to London, I definitely reccommend Kew Gardens. It is very different to all of the other tourist attractions in the city. Although it was quite busy, we could always find somewhere peaceful and quiet.