With a busy schedule and many projects on the go (Jerwood Gallery, Kickstarter for Getting, a wedding edit etc) I was almost annoyed at having to take a weekend to relax in a beautiful location in Kent, a house-sitting for friends. 📝💻
As part of my partner's work with Graffito, a street art publishing company, we were heading northwards by train to London on Friday to see a street art festival of which I hadn't heard.
On the train I was grumbling a bit - I wanted to get to work on my projects and was anxious to start polishing them. I googled the street art festival and found out it ended in July. My partner quickly assured me that there were special 'sessions' going on today and that we would be part of the wrap up event (a chance to distribute books and get some great pictures). We had seen my parents for breakfast that morning in Rye and she asked if it was hard living 250-500 miles from all my family (Hull and Edinburgh). It didn't help my mood. 😂
We arrived at 2pm and, unusually, the street art festival wouldn't begin until 3. Would you like to go to a café and wait for a bit, my partner suggested. ☕ Being now both grumbly AND greedy I quickly agreed and my partner picked out something cute and quick for us... Cue THIS. ⭐♥️