We had yet anotherlovely day out at Pensthorpe Natural Park yesterday, aided by blue sky and sunshine – just what we all needed.
Along with Mark and Freya, my running buddy (pictured) came along too. It was her first visit and she really loved it. There are many great spots to just stop and sit for a while (I’ve shared more pics and a video on Instagram, if you’re interested).
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To celebrate Freya’s return to health we went on a little after school/work trip to get a hot chocolate this week – with a quick detour to capture this beautiful sunset on the way.
From Mousehold Heath you get stunning views over Norwich (here’s a daylight one from last year) but it was the uninterrupted sky that I was interested in.
I always feel really exhilarated being outside at sunset and Freya enjoyed the adventure too (I should point out she’s facing me in the photo and not looking into the sun, which she knows is dangerous).
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I had a couple of hours of “me time” last Sunday and visited a new exhibition at Norwich Castle called Small Stories: At Home In A Dolls’ House (more photos here).
The finale features “magical, miniature rooms” specially created by Norfolk architects, artists, makers, students, and school groups. The one above particularly called to me, I think I might have actually sighed with pleasure at even the thought of such a decadent bath.
It’s a fab exhibition, if you happen to be in Norwich, and well worth a look.
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