Monkey Forest

For my name day, yesterday, we’ve been to Monkey Forest in Stoke on Trent. We took the joint ticket and entered to Trentham gardens. I’ll post about the gardens tomorrow. We’ve been to the Monkey Forest before, a couple of years ago and we had a great time even though it was raining. This time […]

Put the kettle on top

We’ve received this advice on our last house-move. As we are keen tea-drinkers, I found it appropriate as a title for a post about our next move. The difference is now we own the house we are going to move in. Last week the paperwork was finally sorted out and we’ll move in our new […]

Exhibitor Masterclass

Last month I was invited to Exhibitor Masterclass* at the NEC. It was a one-day course about all sort of interesting aspects related to exhibiting and branding. As we’ve exhibited at the NEC and we are going to exhibit in the future, the course was very appealing. I was very happy with the 6 seminars […]

Flight of the talons

This is the first post in the Knowsley safari park (pictures here) sequel. The first two pictures are from vulture feeding. It was an hour earlier than the Flight of the talons. Vultures are my favourite birds, beautiful and so important for our survival as a species. A few years ago I would have said […]

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red is an art installation at the Tower of London to mark the centenary of WW1. When it will be finished, there will be 1 poppy for every British military fatality in the WW1, that means 888,246 poppies. I saw a lot of pictures, but seen it in real […]

Photo shoot at Liverpool train station

Yesterday I went to London for the day and decided I should have a photo shoot at the train station, a few minutes before departure. I’ve decided to wear a denim pencil skirt, white shirt and jacket. Spending 16 hours in 4inch heels is tiring, but it wasn’t that bad. Wasn’t the first time and […]