Blimey, it's the end of March! And with this comes great change for me. Tomorrow is my last day teaching for Camden so it's goodbye to my gorgeous Hampstead Heath hideaway. I spent my last afternoon there with my class today, we had an egg and spoon race, rolled down Parliament Hill and played in the park - ace.
I'm now moving permanently to Hitchin in Hertfordshire. It's been a long time coming - I handed in my notice in November and we moved to our new house just before Christmas. However I've been living in London since then during the week and only going home (and seeing my husband!) at weekends. I'm so sad to leave my school - it's been an amazing almost 4 years! The 'plan' now is to enjoy my lovely little cottage, supply teach part time and build the photography business...wish me luck!
I'd love to hear from anyone that's made a similar 'leap of faith'...how was it for you? At the moment I feel slightly overwhelmed but almost feel an inner peace about the whole thing - learning to trust that things will work out....
When I was looking back through my instagrams this month, there are definite themes going on that I didn't realise at the time...
I heart spring - trees beginning to bloom, bulbs breaking through and my favourite willow coming to life.
Getting ready for wedding fairs was a big part of March - the Wedding Project in Hackney was lots of fun! (Possibly a blog post coming soon!)
Kings Cross is my friend - trains to Hitchin run fairly regularly and I seem to have been spending a large amount of time on platform 10! The new concourse is truly wonderful...although I have to say I'm a sucker for nostalgia and I kinda miss the old entrance hall!
Er, orange and grey....I love this combo!
Kentish Town....I will miss you!
Lights - the Arts bar in Soho, and capturing a sunset through a moving London bus.
Can't really post this without a little nod to the Emmy the Great gig I saw on my birthday at the Southbank Centre. She was amazing! As an encore she sang Canopies and Drapes and MIA from her first album so I was very happy :O)