Oh my goodness, I have so much to share with you but I haven’t had access to wifi for a while, so these updates are going to come well after the actual dates. But I hope this glimpse into my UK trip inspires your imagination as much as it does mine.
Last week when my partner flew over to London, we took some time to tour around and see the sights. One of the sights we went to was the Tower of London where Anne Boleyn was beheaded and many other gruesome things happened.
I took some time walking through the tower and observing all the armour displays. Below are some of the photos I took.
That’s me (above) and behind me is a wall of armour. It was a great room to visit and very surreal.
I also took time to see the Crown Jewels and appreciate the magnificence of workmanship that went into each piece. This was a great afternoon in London. Funny to say that since it was a place that has known such gruesome historical events.
I have to say, that I am not a historian, but my visit to the UK has been helping me to develop a deeper interest in learning more about history.
Also, learning about life in a castle is so helpful for my fantasy fiction story that I worked on during my week with David Farland. The course went really well and I met some fantastic authors – all with excellent story ideas. I’m very much looking forward to seeing each of them published in their chosen genre.
I will try to update my blog as I go, but as I said above, the wifi isn’t always reliable.
Today, I am in the Scottish highlands. I’ll write about that another day.
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