On our last night in London, we went to see As You Like It at Shakespeare’s Globe.
It amazes me how words written hundreds of years ago can still fill a building and get an audience laughing out loud, cheering, and dancing. And it reminded me too how powerful and lasting words can be.
We’ve always wanted to see Shakespeare in London and it was the perfect way to end our trip.
Now we’re home — recovering from jetlag, babies in our arms. Time alone with Darren is magic and I’m so thankful we got away and got to explore such a beautiful city together. And though I’m a little sad the adventure is over, I can’t tell you how good it is to be home with my littles again. Now we just need to seek out the love and adventures to be had right here.
Thanks for reading along; I had fun sharing our trip with you. If you missed any of the posts in this London series you can read them all by clicking the links below 😊
London Day One: Kensington Gardens // Hyde Park // Buckingham Palace // The Strand
London Day Two: The British Museum // Westminster
London Day Three: Piccadilly // Trafalgar Square // The Phantom of the Opera
London Days Four and Five: Windsor Castle // Stonehenge // Oxford