England and Pretty Things

So this week has mostly been focused on school and trying to be a productive student. Obviously nothing too exciting to report about. But then I remembered a couple weeks ago I took a walk through the Botanical Gardens right across the street from my house! It was absolutely beautiful and the sky was a perfect, England gray. All the flowers and trees were explicitly their own natural color, unaffected by sunlight or luminescent lights. Just completely natural and beautiful. I have included the numerous photos I took of the garden. It took me nearly a whole hour to walk through the garden! I hadn’t realized how big it was or how much there was to see. I now walk through it at least once a week to get some fresh air and destress. All the little purple/white buds growing out of the ground are WILD TULIPS growing. America needs to get its nature in order because wild tulips is officially the prettiest thing I have ever seen. See for yourself. That’s all I really have to say about that so I hope you enjoy the photos! Tomorrow I am going on an organized day trip through a club at my university to Bristol and Bathe! I’m really excited and can’t wait to share my experiences!! Sorry this post was so short. Got to keep it short and sweet to leave you wanting more 😉

Cheers!

3 thoughts on “England and Pretty Things

  1. Brooke : i love your stories and pictures of your journey; this garden is beautiful it looks so peaceful there . I didn’t respond last time about the Beatles but i was singing Penny Lane to you in my mind. ; like you are in my heart and in my mind. Penny Lane da da da da .

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  2. Beautiful Brookie! What a wonderful place to walk and be one with nature and with England. It looks amazing. Love your blog posts! Thank you for taking us all on this spectacular journey.

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  3. Beautiful garden Brooke. Great place to walk and relax. Love the pictures! Can’t wait to hear about your trip to Bristol. Went there with your Great Grandma Cary and bought a couple pieces of English china.

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