Monday, June 14, 2010

14.6.10 ~ 100ish word diary (our morning of aimless meandering)

Jake had a runny tummy overnight. When I told him I needed to change his nappy, he said “Awight”, got up and lay down on the changing mat. So sweet and well-behaved at 2am! And this morning I took him for a long wander in his buggy through Walthamstow Marshes & Springfield Park, passing train lines, bridges, canals and boats. He waved at his beloved “choo choo ‘rains”! and a nice man on a boat even honked the horn for him. He walked as much as he wanted, got plenty of fresh air and fell asleep on the way home.


I love the sense of space – both inner and outer – that the marshes provide. We’re so lucky to have it on our doorstep. This is what I love about London. It isn’t always what you think it is. Sometimes, it’s even better.










2 comments:

Meandering Mother said...

Just checking out your blog! I know what you mean about the marshes, when I'm down on London they remind me that it's not all gloom, some of it is so magical and unexpected!

tree shadow moon said...

ah, I liked it there when we went with you! wish I could come along too!
I love that canal photo especially!

hugs x