Sunday, November 25, 2012

The Last Few Weeks in Pictures!!

I know it's been a while...I've been so busy with family visits, day trips, and papers that I've hardly had time to even think about blogging! Here is a glimpse of what I've been up to the past few weeks...a day trip to Brighton, some London Christmas cheer, Thanksgiving in London, and a few throwbacks to previous events :) Stay tuned though...with a trip to Rome this weekend and my last 2 weeks in London, there's sure to be a surplus of photos and fun coming just around the corner!! I promise to blog more often! Cheers!!
Brighton, standing on the pier!
Nice view of Brighton 

Annabelle and I seaside! Enjoying the scenery and the sun!

Fish n' Chips is good.

Where else, but Scotland!

Delicious salad I made myself.

Shakespeare's grave! Definitely had goosebumps 

Kenilworth Castle 

Tower Bridge, London 

Harrods at Christmas...nothing better! 

beautiful! I love Harrods! 

Nutcracker at the Winter Festival!

Candy buffet at the Winter Festival!

Who says you can't have Thanksgiving in London? It definitely wasn't as good as my family's home-cooked Thanksgiving, but it was better than nothing!! 

Happy Thanksgiving to me!

And Bennett :)

GOLDENDOODLE!!! Couldn't help myself :)

Throwback to Scotland...hiking through the Glen Coe Valley!

Sarah and I enjoying the view from Edinburgh Castle! 

Monday, November 5, 2012

Weekend in Wales!

Falcon took a bite out of every single tree!! He was hungry!

Our Victorian Manor hostel!

On the horseback ride

Tintern Abbey ruins

Falcon and I's first photo together! He LOVED me!

Hay-on-Wye: A Town of Books - over 30 book stores for a town of about 3,000 people 

He wouldn't move! He was apparently their laziest horse!!

Chepstow, Wales

More of the abbey ruins

Adorable corgis at the stables!! they were the cutest!


You can see the snow-capped mountains in the backgroun!

These peeping horses came galloping up to greet their friends!  They were very curious horses!

making out way up the mountain.

Falcon and I post-ride. I was so sad to say goodbye to him! He was such a good horse!