A Small (Dog) Side Project

Sometimes you find upside down purple cows in London.  #latergram

Sometimes you find upside down purple cows in London. #latergram

Sometimes you find upside down purple cows in London.

Sometimes you find upside down purple cows in London.

London Snapshot

“The rising of birds in their flight is the sign of an ambuscade. Startled beasts indicate that a sudden attack is coming.” …

London Snapshot

“The rising of birds in their flight is the sign of an ambuscade. Startled beasts indicate that a sudden attack is coming.” …

I volunteer just around the corner from this. I know exactly how lucky I am.

I volunteer just around the corner from this. I know exactly how lucky I am.

Friday Links (Feeling Pretty Alright, Edition)

It’s #Friday and I have #links!

“Freelancing…is an on-spec life and it is full of what can only be described as insane serendipity (or serendipitous insanity).”
― Richard Morgan

This week I put to bed phase one of a major freelance project, a separate project has seen some setbacks due to travel and family concerns (theirs, not mine), and life at the museum has gotten crazy as the Easter holiday descends and tourist season…

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After a long day’s work, some…uh… humor? #nothanks #latergram

After a long day’s work, some…uh… humor? #nothanks #latergram

Hat’s Off

Hat’s Off -

“Every duke and earl and peer is here,
Everyone who should be here is here…”
- My Fair Lady

So…in continuing adjustment to new business and spousal paradigms, Jeff’s summer social activity for work this year will be at Ascot.

Spouses are not invited.

This might affect my marriage, kittens.

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One for the gentleman friends.

One for the gentleman friends.

Pretty prints at the Museum of London.

Pretty prints at the Museum of London.

Sunday In the Park With Katie Pt. 2

“London was so rich, and also so green, and somehow so detailed: full of stuff that had been made, and bought, and placed, and groomed, and shaped, and washed clean, and put on display as if the whole city was for sale.”
― John Lanchester, Capital

Regent’s Park is the brainchild of George the Prince Regent, later George IV, but the land on which it sits had been in royal hands since Henry VIII…

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