I know, I know, it’s been a while. I am still without a daily Internet connection, so when I’ve been able to get online my activities have been very limited (i.e. blogging has gone a little by the wayside). FYI, it is surprisingly difficult to find free WiFi in London. Enough whining, what have I been up to?
I feel like I best describe my past couple of weeks through a series of lists…
Museums I’ve perused to:
Victoria & Albert
Natural History Museum
National Gallery (Special Exhibition: Vanity Fair Portraits)
Restaurants I’ve munched at:
The Original Fish and Chips Co.
Parks I’ve perused:
Theatre I’ve attended:
Spamalot (Thus, the title of this post.)
Celebrities I’ve spotted:
Damian Lewis (My favorite ginger British actor. Saw him with his little family at the Natural History Museum. He looks a lot shorter in real life. But just as adorable.)
Other than that, I’ve been just walking and walking the city. Taking on a neighborhood and just exploring its nooks and crannies.
In addition to the miles I have walked, I’m trying to be really dedicated to writing my book. Writing is, like, totally hard. I think I naively thought that once I was free of my job and other writing responsibilities the creativity would just flow onto the page. Yeah, the bubble is popped now, don’t you worry. I did sign up for a writing workshop, which starts tonight. I am both excited and nervous (That seems to be a constant emotional state of mine lately). I’m worried that I will show up at class and discover that I’m way out of my league. I’m excited cause this could be just help I need to take my writing to the next level.
So that is where I am at. I promise to have more exciting posts, more frequently. And hey, they might even have pictures.*
*Pictures are conditional based on the type of Internets available to this blogger.