There's been not much work and a hell of a lot of sitting in a deckchair going on since the sun came out last week. I wonder when I'll actually want to get back to it. I'm getting orders out of course, blogging, answering emails but nothing new. And I've got plenty of ideas too, lots to be excited about, just can't be bothered right now. I'm just going with it - it's been so long since I've actually sat and done nothing, normally my brain can't do that.
Isi took those last two pics at the Light Show at the Hayward, which we finally made it to. I think the bottom one is when I was starting to feel a bit sick. That green room did something to my head - like being in Ikea too long. And the strobe room - oy!
Apart from that it was amazing, the kids loved it too. How I love the South Bank, it's so perfect for our new endeavour - exploring and enjoying our city like tourists, making sure there is something fun both for us and the kids.
After the Light Show we headed up to the roof garden on top of the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The kids ran around while we sat and chatted and looked at the river. The Roof Garden is such a great project, have a listen to the audio file here.
(For those of you with little kids, 3ish or under, kids that run around loads and you have to keep your eye on 24/7 in case they disappear, run into a road, jump off a roof, I am here to give you hope. Gus has just come out of that stage and life is much, much easier :-)