Fast becoming an annual Christmas tradition, our annual Waddesdon outing is one that I will gladly repeat in 2015.
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This lunchtime, I was pleased to join in with the Maidenhead Fundrun, organised by the local branch of the Lions Club. Truly, it put the fun into fundraising. I hope we will be able to try beating our team’s 66 laps next September.
A birthday in late-April is no time to hold a celebration (examinations begin in the early weeks of May), but two months on, my late eighteenth birthday party was blessed with wonderful weather.
Five years after the family hosted an evening boat party to mark Mum’s 50th and Harriet’s 18th, I picked this Sunday afternoon to hold my very own. With me engrossed in revision, Dad had done the vast majority of the organising, although I came up with the finer details: deciding on the menu, compiling the playlist, and suggesting a ‘Henley’ dress code.
Whatever age you are, there’s nothing more curious than a speed-limit signpost, only its top still dry. The white painted road-markings, which dive down beneath the water-line, are the subject of many a photograph. For me, though, it’s the impossible image of all of this water, somehow made possible by a complex combination of currents and clouds.
My younger schoolmates took their turn at donning the formalwear today, as they officially ‘graduated’ from Furze Platt Senior School.
As the last of the snow begins to melt, enjoy this gallery of pictures, taken over the first few days of the wintry weather.