I can’t believe that in two weeks, I’ll be fulfilling my dream of studying abroad. I’ll be in London for three weeks. Adventures will be had, memories will be made, gaps will be minded, and Highclere Castle will be visited even if I have to walk there!
Wow, it’s been a long time since I have posted. Life was moving very fast for a while and some things had to give. Thankfully, donuts are have been a constant comfort these past months. Now I hope to be back to Tumblr-ing as often as possible!
This is quickly becoming a donut appreciation blog…
I’ll take that one, and that one, and one of those…
Tearful Goodbyes, Paddington Station, London, 1942.
Bert Hardy the photographer for the Picture Post records the day to day running of this busy wartime station recording tearful goodbyes of parting couples. This was for an article running in the Picture Post on May 23rd 1942, called Wartime Terminus.
This reminds me of other goodbyes at train stations…
Abbott Fuller Graves (1859 – 1936), On The Deck.
I’d like to introduce everyone to my future home.
My love for donuts knows no bounds. I’ve eaten at least six in the past two days.
The near-peak cherry blossoms of in nation’s capital, snapped by your Tumblr’s dad on D.C.’s D Street. Spring has officially sprung.
The cherry trees in my neighborhood are reaching this point. Spring, you are glorious.