Post Comment Love 21 - 23 July 2017

Hello there and welcome to another #PoCoLo - if you were here last week it was good to see you, and I'm looking forward to catching up on all your posts. If you're new here this week, welcome, I'm pretty sure you're going to find some great posts and meet some friendly bloggers. Whenever you link up don't forget to tag Morgan and I in your tweets, and we'll happily retweet them, and if Friday's don't work for you then the linky is open until 11pm on Sunday evening.

It was another relaxing weekend here last weekend after a bit of a shocking week and it was nice to kick back and wander around Greenwich, even though I now go there every day for work. In fact I don't think I've ever been to Greenwich quite so much. I already know that it's a great place to people watch and on Saturday we sat and watched hundreds of WRNS being corralled for a photo to celebrate a hundred years at the Old Royal Naval College. 

We went for brunch, ate too much then walked and walked. MOH led us in the direction of a bike shop - and yesterday he collected a new bike, while my ulterior motive was to head towards the Queen's Orchard in Greenwich Park. We were lucky, it was open and you can see more of what's behind the ornate gate as that's the post I've linked up this week.

My photo though is from our visit to Gravetye Manor at the start of May. This week I was drawn to this picture of succulents with a view. Couldn't you just sit there and drink it all in, clearly a glass of fizz would help, but when doesn't it?

 SUCCULENTS WITH A VIEW

SUCCULENTS WITH A VIEW

Blogger Showcase: Emma from Our Fairytale Adventure

Emma writes the parenting blog Our Fairytale Adventure and along with her family are intent on travelling as much as they can over the next eighteen months before her eldest starts school. One of the three words she uses to describe herself is fiery - great word - but there's also compassionate in the mix too.  And I think I'm going to join her for an autumn evening, just as long as there's tea and cake.

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