We are in the hot part of the summer. Yard work is hot, miserable drudgery, but bicycling has been delightful, thanks to my awesome new 7-speed cruiser bike. (Should have switched to this style of bike ages ago, but more on that later.)
Indoors, I’m chipping away at a couple of sewing projects. This is one of the Liberty prints I acquired last month. Was it last month already that I was in London? I’m dying to go back for another visit.
It wasn’t feasible for me to post Juneathon updates from June 18 on, but boy did I get a lot of exercise. It was the usual activity associated with travel–lots of walking; lots of stairs; lots of carrying luggage. When I got home and weighed myself, I had lost 3+ pounds. So, aside from my inability to update my fitness log daily, I’m pronouncing Juneathon ’15 a success. Now to keep up the progress as we head into the incredibly hot and muggy weeks of July. So far I’ve done two bicycle commutes.
Shameless Brighton Beach foot selfie.
My trip was 10 super-enjoyable days in England and Amsterdam. Finally toured Westminster Abbey, and then went back for Sunday church service the next day. Wow. What an incredible place.
And, I finally shopped at Liberty of London. Wow again! I bought two pieces of their famous cotton prints. I’m going to attempt to make a summer dress out of each.