Here are some pictures from my trips to Cambridge, Wales, and the C.S. Lewis home.
[The River Cam.]
[The Backs. It was surreal going back to Cambridge after more than five years. Love that place--it holds a special place in my heart.]
[The Backs again.]
[Walking to Granchester.]
[Granchester. Loving that blue British sky.]
[King's College, waiting for Evensong. Which, by the way, was beautiful.]
[It's helpful when you know friends at Cambridge who can get you into St. John's College and onto the Bridge of Sighs.]
[Loving the cloisters.]
I also took a weekend trip to Swansea, Wales with Briana. It was super last-minute, but it was good for the soul.
[Look! It's a castle!]
[My turn to be excited.]
[We went walking in Wales. It was super muddy.]
[Why, look! It's a wee Welsh waterfall in a woodland walkway.]
[This is Charles the Umbrella. He died in Wales. R.I.P., Charles.]
[View of Swansea.]
[Slightly creepy woods.]
Basically, Briana is a boss and it was a great weekend adventure to Wales.
And last, but certainly not least, I went to the C.S. Lewis home with some friends two Saturdays ago.
[Walking into the wardrobe.]
[A bit of Disney magic.]
Things we learn from this blog post:
1. Britain is beautiful.
2. Weekend trips are fun.
3. I have great friends.
4. I have epic-ly FAILED at posting this term.