I still have so much to share with you from my holiday to Disneyland Paris, that included a two night stay in London. Here are my photos from Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance, that I saw in London with my cousin. It was amazing, and I managed to get a sneaky photo of Michael himself!
Who else loves Lord Of The Dance?
Write soon and keep embracing your quirky.
I am off to London tomorrow with my cousin, and staying overnight. Then we are off to Disneyland Paris for 3 days, from the 1st-3rd of October. Staying overnight in London again on the 3rd. We have got a ton of excitement coming our way, and a lot of energy driven things to do. I am extremely excited. It’s the first holiday I have had in 3 years that won’t involve any work.
Therefore, my aim is to be completely work free and I won’t be able to answer your comments or check in with you, until after my holiday.
Bon voyage for now. For the continued journey of your life. I will see you when I get back.
Write, write, and write some more.
As you know, Cinnamon died, and I had to take immediate action to get a new companion for Daisy, so she would eat and drink again. It did the trick. Please welcome Chestnut into our furry family.
Chestnut is a Golden Agouti and reddy-brown in colour. Her birthday is the day before mine, on the 23rd of April, making her 5 months old. Being quirky, it’s great to have a new furry baby to be broody over. I am never like that with human babies, and not having kids of my own. In fact being quirky, and breaking conventions, I am not the sex, marriage and kids type. I am 100% a quirky businesswoman, entrepreneur, and love leading a young, kid-like, vibrant quirky life. It’s what I was born to be and do.
What type of life, do you like to lead?
Daisy has taken to Chestnut like a duck to water. It’s like they have been together forever.
I am away in London and Disneyland Paris next week with my cousin. No work for once in my life, in 3 years. Can’t wait. Yipeeeee!
During my recent trip to London, to meet and speak with HM the Queen, on the last day I went to Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire.
I had to get a tube from where I was staying in Kings Cross, to Liverpool Street train station and then catch a train to Broxbourne. From there I was able to get on a Paradise Wildlife Park bus to go to the park.
I thought the park was beautiful with a variety of animals that looked happy and cared for.
Below are some photos I took using my phone.
I hope you enjoyed looking at these photos as much as I loved taking them.
I took a lot more photos than are shown here and was pleasantly surprised when I asked some of the birds to pose for me and they did.