I’m back from London 😦
I’m so sad, but I also figured that I would make myself happy by posting my last “happy things” London edition. After some very spotty wifi services, I can finally show you guys all the cool things that I did!
I had the most amazing trip, and I can’t wait to show you all more pictures as I download and edit.
I’m on to Utah to spend some time with my family at our cabin, but I will post right when I get back!
Here are my happy things for the week:
Going to Abbey Road! This was the coolest experience. I almost died trying to get this picture, but luckily the cars stopped for half a second to let me get this. It was truly magical.
Also, this group of three people randomly walked up and asked me to be their fourth Beatle which was kind of fun. I didn’t get to be Ringo, but I think I’ll let it slide.
The vintage teacup exhibit at the V&A Museum! Oh my gosh guys. This was my dream. I’m not kidding. There were rows and rows of teacups like this. Six rooms full. It was my heaven.
And yeah, that little blob on the end is me. That’s how many teacups there were.
The ceilings at the Courtauld Gallery. They were so beautiful! I was almost as excited about the ceilings and walls as I was about the art. I saw some Monet, Van Gogh, and Degas which was amazing! I could have spent all day in there.
Going to the Harry Potter Studio Tours in London.
I can’t even explain this one. It might become a whole post in itself.
I’ll just say that if you’re a Harry Potter fan, this is something you can’t not do in London. It was one of my favorite activities I did while I was there. I may have cried at one point (but that’s not something we need to talk about).
It took me the whole month to find a pour over, but I did it! The CoffeeWorks Project saved my life. I am forever grateful. It was the raddest little coffee shop, and I’m so glad I got to go. You guys are the besssss.
NYC Baby by Karen O is one of my favorite songs! I had it stuck in my head for the last few days I was in London (???), so I figured it had to be added.
Thank you to London and to the amazing people I met while I was there.
It was truly incredible.
Song of the Day: posted above