A Guest Post from Neri: Places to Go While You're in London

Hey everyone! Today, I have a guest post from Neri who blogs at My Life In A Tab.  Thank you Neri, for offering to guest post! Neri wrote a really interesting post about places to go while you're in London, that I'll definitely use as reference when I visit the UK!
Anyways, on to the post!

London is the capital of England and there are so many things to do that you can sometimes feel overwhelmed with what attractions to visit, so I have put together a list of my favourite attractions.

1 | Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussaud London is amazing because you can pose with your favourite celebrities, which may be the only time you will be able to see them in 'real' life!

2 | Princess Diana Memorial Fountain

I love visiting the fountain because it is the perfect way to cool of in the summer and you can pack a picnic and spend the afternoon just lounging in Hyde Park!

3 | Science Museum London

The science museum is one of few museums (that I know of!) that have interactive exhibits so that you can learn and have fun at the same time!

4 | London Eye

I know this is a typical one, but the London Eye is perfect place to take stunning photos of London!

Now you have a few places to visit while you're in London!

Love, Peace and Snickers x }|{


Little Memories

Looking through photos from the past,
photos that I didn't know existed.
Tattered pieces of memories flooding 
into my head,
but I can only remember some of it,
as if each of my memories 
were a puzzle
with several pieces missing.

The things I can remember, 
are odd,
they're the little things,
the crisp smell of the early winter,
the softness of my worn pink jacket,
the long log that I used as a balance beam,
sitting quietly with my family,
a tub of fries that were perfectly spiced,
the feeling of excitement,
and I just wonder,
after all this time,
why do I remember those small things?

Those things,
moments that I didn't think were important
when they happened
are the things I remember
the building blocks of who I am today.
And I've realized,
that it isn't the huge things that effect our life greatly,
its the little memories,
that build on top of one another,
that's what makes us who we are,
they're the things we'll remember for ever.