I started my wandering at Westminster, past famous landmarks and off along the Thames to the Tate.
At the Tate, I waited to meet Kenda. We had arranged a time and hadn't done anything such as wearing easily identifiable flowers, as we were sure we would recognise each other. We did! It is a little nerve wracking for us shy people to actually meet each other in person but we needn't have worried. As Kenda says, the day flashed past, and before we knew it she was catching her train back to Birmingham.
The view from the steps as I waited.
We saw the Chris Ofili http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/chris-ofiliexhibition which gave us plenty to talk about! (If you have wandered here because you searched for Chris Ofili, I would like to add a couple of links for your perusal. (Added 26.7.17) Artsy, a website making art accessible to all with an internet connection. This is their Chris Ofili page.) We had a leisurely lunch at the Tate and then wandered down the river back to Westminster. My favourite days are those without a rigid plan, so our indecisiveness as to our next activity was perfect! We decided to visit Anthropologie. Artistic inspiration is easily found in that shop and we both came away with ideas for future projects!
Next we hopped onto a tube and visited VV Rouleaux in Sloane Square-a shop I have read about but never been to. I loved it-ribbon heaven! Thank you for taking me there Kenda!