This post could also be titled, remember that day in August when it didn’t rain? We’ve been hit with an early autumn here in the UK, days upon days of rain, drizzle, grey clouds and colder temperatures meaning I’ve retrieved my boots from the back of the wardrobe, have returned to sleeping under a duvet and have worn a jumper on more that one occasion in the last week… what happened?! As I type this, rain is hitting the window and all I can see is grey and more grey!
Well, before all of this, there was a day in August where we were blessed with a wonderful sunny day of 30 degrees, and we spent the day in London’s biggest Park, Richmond Park, soaking up the sun with a huge picnic and wandering around this huge green space. I think calling Richmond Park a park doesn’t do it justice as really it feels like a wild woodland. It is home to many deer, some which we managed to spot and sprawls on for what feels like miles. Despite the hot day, with a park this big, it’s easy to loose people and feel like you are the only ones there.
A slice of the countryside in London!
How was your August, are you still managing to hold on to summer?