The week of terror is over – we got through Ofsted brilliantly. The verdict? Good with Outstanding features – YAY!
On top of that my hospital appointment was clear – so more blood tests etc. are on the horizon however the big fear is over.
So now I will share some images from the archive – Kensal Green Cemetery – 2006 – normal service will hopefully resume later in the week:
The first week back at work, despite only having 3 days with the children in, has been positively exhausting. I’ve only have a few hours spare to myself all week and that’s been spent avoiding computer screens and just zoning out on the sofa.
However this morning I did manage to look through some of the photographs from our visit to the Woolwich cemeteries last week. I will hopefully post a proper blog about this visit tomorrow however here are a few photographs to whet your appetite!
another from the archives:
West Norwood Cemetery
I will do a proper post tonight hopefully – I went back to work yesterday so am snowed under yet again.
These photographs seemed to have been lost within the depths of my hard-drive. I discovered them yesterday in a spate of insomnia.
I visited Lambeth Cemetery along with a couple of friends, one of whom was researching Coade Stone and apparently there was some Coade stone in the cemetery (I don’t think we ever found it).
I don’t remember much about the cemetery, although I remember I was ‘zipped’ around it quite quickly, hence why I tend to prefer to visit them alone or with Mr LN, I need time to get a feel of the cemetery and a time to take the photographs!
You can find the full album here: Lambeth Cemetery – visited 4/8/08