I honestly do not know what is wrong with me.
Sometimes I want to have a famous international blog and work from home on the web writing about whatever crosses my mind.
Other times I don’t open this blog for two months – i.e. what happened just now.
Why is it that I have loads of ideas and then, I never go through with them. I start new projects, I forget about them.
Wanted to start a Facebook page, never did. Wanted to take my drivers licence; got the book for the theory test; never opened it.
Started writing my story, with a cat with a great name; kind know where it is going, never bothered doing it.
Bought some canvas and oil paint; only painted once.
is this some kind of syndrome? Or am I just lazy?
Am I creative but have no ability? Maybe I’m not even creative and just decided I am better than average for some reason.
I need to find a niche. Something to love and be passionate about.
Tough life, eh?
Anyway, sorry about the rant but I just wanted to say – to anyone that wants to know – that I am alive.
Have a great week everyone and enjoy the cute giraffes!
As you can see, this weekend we opted for a very cultural and eco-friendly weekend.
We visited the London Wetland Centre. Located close to Putney, the centre is quite big with a crazy amount of birds. For bird-watchers, is a haven in the middle of the city! they have otters who swim freely in the centre. Endangered bird species and you can even see cows grazing the grass for them. It’s brilliant.
The centre is filled with colourful flowers and plants and animals just roam around not even a tiny bit afraid of you. I loved it!
There are walking tours available along with little courses such as wild photography and bird-watching. Schools and parents come here alike and the kids are delighted!
The gardens are sustainable and beautiful. Feel free to stroll while you explore and just forget about noisy London and enjoy this heavenly place.
It is also very interactive. You can feed birds, have a net and explore the bottom of ponds. You can climb a tower and look around and be amazed on how such a big place has been unnoticed by most of us.
It is indeed pricey, but to think they live on that… It’s amazing.
Go there! Visit! More info here!