Things in London Pockets

Acorns, Haycorns! Pretty leaves, crumbled to dust. Half a ham and cheese sandwich (eew?) Bottle Caps. Crunchy Tissues and Soggy Ones (eew? again).
I met with Mary in Richmond Park, and we brainstormed, networked and all those things that people with desk jobs have to do in stuffy offices. Mary is fabulous and full of great ideas and advice.
Our associates flew kites and hung upside down from branches. It was such a beautiful day. And a busy week!
Train Tickets, Cinema Tickets (Tintin fans, rejoice! Five Stars), Feathers, Nice Rocks, Gloves, Socks, Chocolate Wrappers.
I tried to put Kathryn in my pocket to bring her home, but her Mummy said no. Sigh! Is she not absolutely THE most adorable niece you have ever seen? Why yes, that IS a smile :)

What have you found in pockets?


Oh, Nan, Kathryn is beautiful. Are the boys smitten?
aclare said…
this is because Kate belongs in my pocket where it is warm and cosy! I think she would misss me too much anyway... she loves her mummy! Although sometimes it seems like it is cupboard love! =P
Nan Sheppard said…
Grandmother, we are ALL smitten. She's so easy to love! Ailis, I love the way I'm all "Hellooooo mostbeautifullest baby!" and she's craning round to look at you. Love! Can't wait to see you again soon.
Anonymous said…
I'd be jealous if I didn't have a brand new baby in my neighborhood to snuggle!
Oy. Soggy tissues. Just. So. Nasty.
Unknown said…
Two Bicycles. That's what I found over the weekend. One free - and one was in my pocket in the form of $15 to make the purchase from Goodwill. (Goodwill here is roughly like Oxfam there.)
Anonymous said…
Loving the chin dimple and the little rude lips. That's one cute little cherubim!