On the Saturday, we went out for cake at a new tearoom. It was so quaint and a real treat. We then decided to go for an impromptu late afternoon walk around our local nature reserve. The sun was just beginning to set and had that beautiful golden glow about it, so we took the opportunity to take a few photos. My sister captured some really beautiful ones too (so thank you for those Coco!)
We took them inside the Minster to show them where we got married, I took them on a little trip down memory lane too and showed them my old school and my two old houses where I lived as a child. It was a little sad as so much had changed though- one site of my old school had been razed to the ground while the other part had been completely changed and re-built to the point of being unrecognisable. It's strange how in your mind, somewhere you have spent all your ordinary moments as a child is so different when you go back as an adult. It also felt really strange and quite surreal being back at my old school with two children in tow.
My favourite bit of the day though was being able to take the boys to the cathedral where we got married. I cannot believe it's been almost 7 years that we have been married and spent all our most ordinary moments together as Mr and Mrs Foster. We even tried to re-create a couple of our wedding shots wile we were there, with LO and Little L now in the picture too. Of course LO was much more interested in hiding amongst the grave stones, and not the least bit interested in re-creating wedding photos, but we managed to get a couple anyway.
It really was the most lovely, simple of days and one which was pretty impromptu, but I always think those sorts of days are the best. And of course you really can't beat a good trip down memory lane, re-living all your favourite ordinary and extraordinary moments.