Thanks to @horshampuppyschool Christmas has come early! 😆 I There’s awesome treats, a card and there’s even a mug with a photo of me on it 👀 I’ve only tried the venison treats but my god, I think there’s a favourite already! 🙈 Can’t wait to try out the other treats, got to love SNACKIES!!! 😍 Of course my best friend will get to try each of them with me, he agrees with me on the venison treats already 😌
Have a great Thursday tomorrow furiends! 🐾🐶 Remember to stay safe, responsible and crazy ❤️🤪
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NUEVO STERLING POTM (Player of the Month)
El jugador del City ha hecho un mes muy bueno, por ello @easportsfifa le ha sacado esta carta de media 88.
Cabe destacar que Sterling sale de EI cuando en su carta original es ED. Esto nos da un plus por la simple razón de su definición con la pierna derecha. También se destaca porque en la Premier League no teníamos un EI bueno aparte de Felipe Anderson y Hazard, capaz para la gente que estuviese buscando quimica.
Para nosotros lo único que le falla es el físico, pero quien quiere físico cuando tienes una velocidad muy buena... #easports#easportsfifa#manchestercity#england#englandfootball
Rain...or snow? Swipe to view both views of the amazing Tower Bridge by @ottoberkeley. I prefer London in the snow as it's such a rare sight! Mind you, that rain is a bit lovely isn't it? ☔️
Whatever the weather, it's certainly better than how things were 66 years ago this month as the city was in the grips of "The Great Smog". A toxic fog smothered the British capital, paralysing the city and blackening out the sun. It began on the morning of December 5th 1952. It had been cold in the capital for weeks, so as Londoners awoke the first thing they did was light their coal fireplaces. As the day went on, a light veil of fog began to cover St Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben and the Tower of London. By the early evening, the fog had turned a sickly shade of yellow as it mixed with the thousands of tons of soot being pumped into the skies by all the chimneys and industrial smokestacks in the city. Because there was a high-pressure system over London, a temperature inversion prevented the smoke from rising. Worse - there was no wind to disperse the soot-laden deadly soup. It was a disaster for the city. Sadly an estimated 4,000 Londoners died because of the toxic air. Burglaries and purse snatchings increased as emboldened criminals easily vanished into the cloaking darkness. Birds lost in the fog crashed into buildings. The smog seeped inside as well. Movie theaters even closed as the yellow haze made it impossible for ticket-holders to see the screen! It felt like the city had returned to Victorian times. Finally, on December 9, 1952, a cold wind from the west swept the toxic cloud away from London and out to the North Sea. Possibly to Denmark. Sorry Denmark.
Ahhhh...and breathe! Lovely shots by @ottoberkeley 🇬🇧 Want your photos of Britain to be featured? Follow and tag us in your shots of Britain. 'Ta very much! 🇬🇧
Kochani, dzisiejszego wieczoru moja wspaniała przyjaciółka i projektantka Sylwia Romaniuk @sylwia_romaniuk otworzyła swoje drugie, po warszawskim, Atelier w Londynie (129 Fulham Road, Chelsea). Miejsce cudowne i baśniowe jak sama Sylwa! Sylwia Romaniuk tworzy stroje na specjalne okazje dla wymagających kobiet, które podzielają jej zamiłowanie do piękna i doskonałej precyzji wykonania. Jej pragnieniem jest zapewnić każdej klientce baśniową kreację.
Będąc w Londynie nie zapomnijcie odwiedzić tego miejsca!!!
Beloved, tonight my great friend and designer Sylwia Romaniuk @sylwia_romaniuk opened her second, after Warsaw, Atelier in London (129 Fulham Road, Chelsea). A wonderful and fairy place like Sylva! Sylwia Romaniuk creates costumes for special occasions for demanding women who share her passion for beauty and perfect precision. Her desire is to provide each client with a fairytale creation. Being in London do not forget to visit this place !!!