I’m back! AGAIN. Sorry for the delay. I am the reigning Queen of blog hiatuses.
But I never give up!
Has it really been 3 months?! Dang.
It’s like my days just get gobbled up by a big and unforgiving minute-munching monster!
I had so much time to kill when I lived in Nashville-nothing but slow sweet syrupy time.
But in London? Nope. I’m in a constant state of “hurryhurry-rushrush-getoutofmyway-movefaster-I’m sooooo late”
Even though it’s hilariously behind schedule, here is the second batch of delightful little flowers and plants from my birthday Eden Project visit!
Weird and amazing little wood carvings and teensy sculptures…
Giant metal butterfly sculpture…
In case you didn’t know, The Terminator lives at The Eden Project…
I guess he’s into gardening?
See you later beautiful biomes!!!!
Coming up next…Ice cold beaches in Looe and a creepy Cornwall graveyard stroll…
My 30th birthday gift was a beautiful surprise road-trip to Cornwall.
S booked for us the most adorable little cottage…
With Alpacas in the front yard…SQUEEEEEE!
Oh to be able to sleep in as long as you want and wake up to warm sunshine streaming through your window with only the soft bleating of goats in the distance. HEAVEN!
We spent an entire day trying to absorb all of the exquisite botanical treasures at The Eden Project http://www.edenproject.com/visit-us/whats-here
Lots of photos of flowers and teeny tiny plants await you…Enjoy!
Hooray for my 30s!!!!!!!
Next up: Even more Eden Project treasures…
Bath is a marvelous place. One of England’s most stunning treasures.
It is a city simply brimming with history.
Architecture. Gods and Goddesses.
Shadows and light bending around sculpture older than anything I’ll ever leave behind.
Here’s a miniature history lesson for you!
As Legend has it, Prince Bladud, who was afflicted with leprosy, was cured after bathing in these naturally occurring hot springs. In gratitude, he founded the City of Bath here in 863BC.
This Prince became the 9th King of the Britons and is also said to be the father of King Lear. (FANCY!)
In 43 AD the Romans conquered Bath and cultivated the city into a spa with temples and shrines to Sulis Minerva, Goddess of wisdom, healing, and sacred waters as well as Aesculopius god of medicine and healing.
The Roman bath houses are well preserved and incredibly beautiful.
And creepy (in the most excellent way).
I visited in October, just as the leaves were starting to take on Autumnal color.
Inside the Roman Baths
The calm waters…still protected by Sulis Minerva?
Love is abundant.
As is beauty. And my travels continue…. xx