“There ain’t no darkness strong enough that could tear you out from my heart
There ain’t no strength that’s strong enough that could tear this love apart
Yeah, there ain’t no darkness strong enough that could tear you out from my heart
Yeah, there ain’t no strength that’s strong enough that could tear this love apart
Never gonna let you go”
1-2) We helped Tom and Ro move out of their house last weekend, and it was full of normal moving things; lots of cardboard boxes, sore muscles, and pizza :) Also, Tom is actually a black belt in karate, so the nun chuck thing is serious!
3-4) We had a gorgeous sunny day on Sunday, so we took our afternoon tea and reading time outside. Look at the lovely, giant, poppies that have bloomed in our friend, Sue’s, back garden! So many (more) flowers are blooming right now, it’s amazing.
5) These cuties (Zoe and Ben) took us to their favorite curry place in Bedford and we got this GIANT bread thing! It was sooooo delicious, and of course we had a great time chatting with those lovely souls :)
6) More backyard flowers = all the heart eyes
7) My dresser area these days
8-21) What started out as a sunny morning earlier this week turned into a cloudy and drizzly day when we went for a bike ride and walk. It was still so beautiful. I will never get over the green and the river and the wildflowers here–it’s just stunning.
22) After our walk, we had a coffee at Danish Camp where we met this little sweetie! Her name is Gracie, and if I wasn’t missing Bozeman before meeting her (I was), I was super ready to cuddle him after.
23-24) More lovely flowers!
25-27) We had the wettest day in England so far on Wednesday–it rained non-stop from morning through the night! It was nice and peaceful to just have a quiet day inside, but eventually we had to go to the grocery store. I laughed when the only umbrella we could find in the house was a massive rainbow one! Love it.
28-29) Yesterday we had sun in the morning that turned into rain in the afternoon, so we spent the morning enjoying Bedford Park, ate lunch at the cafe there, then made our way to the high street to walk around before hiding from the rain in Coffee With Art :)
This weekend is our last full one in Bedford as we’ll be in Edinburgh next weekend, then Paris post of the weekend after that, then back in the USA! So we’ll be spending this weekend enjoying the time we have left here.
I hope your weekend is full of hope and peace and joy, friend.