Seen by anja, London
Flying back to London early Monday for a new week. Very sleepy, but that changes when we commence our descend into London Heathrow and I can see two of my happiest places: the O2 and the Olympic stadium. Home to memories of Guns ‘n Roses, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters and erm, Nashville and Shania Twain.
Both look so small from above but take up so much space in my heart.
Seen by Anja, London
Die Englein haben gerufen
When we were little and saw a red sky, mum use to tell us that the angels were baking cake and the sky was red as their ovens were very hot. Well, today there must have been a lot of baking at dusk! I thought Mr_anja had left the light on overnight as the room was so golden when I stepped in this morning.
seen by anja, London
Thank you O2! This is the sort of customer service I love. Bubbles! Posh bubbles. I’ve been with O2 for so long I don’t remember when I joined. And little touches like this make want to stay.
Seen by Anja in London
Today we marched for a People’s Vote.
Today we marched for unity, solidarity, peace and prosperity.
Today we marched against a Brexit deal that will destroy our future and the future of generations to come.
Anja in London
Since moving into a new office building, which has a common kitchen with a ping pong table, I have become very passionate about playing. So much so, that my lovely colleague bought me my own bat! Thank you Paul! Now off to play. Whoop whoop. Maybe this time, I won’t lose in the first round of our building-wide ping pong competition.
Sean by Anja, London
The biggest beauty of flying into Heathrow is the view at night as you fly over London. It’s stunning! Like a miniature toy city sprawling out with its many lights and sights, home to an abundance of histories and destinies.
The other plus about Heathrow is that’s it’s a stone throw from Paddington (not literally) and therefore from Anja’s London home.
By Anja in London
I started the day early. Though I only use mini weights it’s a lot of fun. I was trying to hide in the back and was hoping somebody would take the space in front of me, but nope, nobody did and I was ‘im direkten Blickfeld’ of the instructor the whole time.