One of the benefits of living in a city is the large variety of activities and shows you have access to. With a young child, it’s almost like pandoras box. There is always something to do! Tate Modern #FujikoNakaya fog sculpture. Apparently the 83-year-old Japanese artist’s father is credited with making the first artificial snowflakes, … Continue reading 2017 London Exhibitions
I walk more than I cycle, and I cycle more than I drive, but I do all three with a certain amount of frequency and I believe it is this mix of modes that informs my etiquette in each! Ideally, whenever stepping out of the house to move from point A to B, I hope … Continue reading on the road – again
With a very affordable ticket from Euston to Glasgow, we set off on our 5.5 hour train ride up through the west side of England, through Cumbria and into Scotland. The last long train ride we took was the sleeper from Toulouse to Paris, and I must admit, that whilst I didn’t sleep terribly well … Continue reading Scotland Rambles
We are rational creatures and we don’t like to waste our time on what’s not important. This may be exemplified, right now, by your scanning the first, maybe second paragraph, of this article before deciding whether or not to read the rest. You might be more inclined to read this if you actually know me, … Continue reading Our (not so) Rational Brains
The Rubin Museum – current exhibitions worth the time to visit.
Over the past two years, we have witnessed and participated in two incredibly polarizing political campaigns. Brexit and Trump have caused more passionate debates and a proliferation of facebook de-friending’s than I can remember. There has been no room for “a middle ground”, and the foundation of the democratic system, a system based on checks … Continue reading “My name is Legion,” he replied, “for we are many.” Musings on Splitting.
As i quick-stepped down Sydney Street, eyeing the back of Joe as he speed ahead, darting and weaving along the sidewalk, I was suddenly brought to a halt as a battered old fiat beelined towards me. Bumping into the curb as he put his breaks on, the aging gentleman with thin streaks of grey hair … Continue reading Chelsea Romeo