Tonight I was featured on the Slovak national channel Markiza’s evening news regarding the Queen’s 63rd year of reign and my writing. I was happy how my segment turned out – I’ve had some bad experiences with Slovak media due to their mistranslation of already bad British media coverage of the Nat Geo Preppers UKContinue reading “Slovak National News (Markiza) features me :)”
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Queen Elizabeth II 63 years reign – proud to be British!
This video is in honour of the greatest ever monarch, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second. On September 9th 2015 Her Majesty will have reigned for 63 years and therefore be the longest reigning British Monarch. I am proud to have been born and raised under Her reign and am proud that wherever I goContinue reading “Queen Elizabeth II 63 years reign – proud to be British!”
Cloud layer through airplane window
I took this photo of the cloud layer yesterday as we flew back to Rzeszow, Poland via Ryanair. Frost on the window caused pixellation. Flying is no longer fun and seat space is cramped (plus you cant smoke). I much prefer driving back across Europe to the UK as there’s a huge emotional surge asContinue reading “Cloud layer through airplane window”
Lincolnshire garden sunset
After months of bleak grey, it was very therapeutic to sit in my father’s living room and look out the window onto a beautiful Lincolnshire sunset. There’s something about England… I could sit for hours and just watch the sun go down. I think that as I’m getting older, I’m beginning to understand the benefitsContinue reading “Lincolnshire garden sunset”
A flock of goldfinches (Cardeulis cardeulis) were stripping the berries in my father’s garden. Ordinarily a very brightly coloured bird, a heavy overcast managed to subdue their colouring almost completely.
Just had a flying visit out to the UK as my grandmother’s not particularly well. Whilst out there, my brother took us to Laughton Forest, which is a Forestry Commission training ground in Lincolnshire. There’s such a difference between Carpathian and English forest but I enjoyed the park-like aspect of English woodland – plus thereContinue reading “Laughton Forest”