Thank You For Your Kindness – Resting – Good News – London, The Glass City

I really appreciate all of the kind words, wishes and comments upon my last post. Since returning home I have rested deeply, and haven’t checked WordPress nor Instagram, I’ve allowed myself to switch off, and build my model aeroplane.

Although I am feeling better than I was I’m still very tired. Getting checked up by the Dr has confirmed my blood pressure is low and that the anaemia has worsened, which are as a result of anorexia.

I am going to take my time in replying to people’s comments over the next few days, and although I wont be able to catch up with your past posts, I will endeavour to read current ones as and when I can.

The good news is that my referral to the eating disorders day centre has gone through, funding has been approved, so fingers crossed that they will accept me. In the mean time I increased my calories again on Saturday.

Here are a few photos of reflections that I took whilst in London. I came to realise that central London could easily be known as The Glass City. It’s everywhere. It was useful preparation for one of the exercise coming up in part 4 of Foundations in Photography. There is a Starbucks very close by, which meant that I could recharge my lapstop whilst I was having a break.

London, The Glass City

London, The Glass City

London, the Glass City

London, The Glass City

 

36 Replies to “Thank You For Your Kindness – Resting – Good News – London, The Glass City”

  1. That’s interesting about it being a glass city; your photos certainly convey that. There is a harshness, a slickness, and a cold clinical feel.
    Glad to hear that you are taking care of yourself and will be receiving care and support.

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