Monday, 1 August 2016

Month in Numbers | July

July turned out to be fairly joyful.
School ended mid-month for six weeks 
and I chose to highlight numbers from the first two weeks of the holidays. 
 5: the number of days at Tennis Camp.  That's 20 hours of tuition
(which I've spelt incorrectly ...)
and 1 award for the Most Improved Player.
13: the number of BFG Dream Jars we have found in Central London.
Only 43 more to find!
4: the number of days we spent in beautiful Rome. 
 We covered a lot of ground and walked around 10 miles each day.
The highlight of the trip was climbing over 500 steps to the very top of the dome
in St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City.  

 Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie
and you'll always find a warm welcome over at her place. 
 Not to mention entertaining posts about a varied list of topics.
Go on over, stop by and say hello.
You can see my previous Month in Numbers here.


alexa said...

Great action shot there! Lovely to read how many of these numbers have happy memories attached to them. Wishing you lots of joyful things in August too.

debs14 said...

Good to see TBC featuring highly this month! Looks like you are having a great summer - and we're not even half way through!

Sian said...

It certainly sounds like a good month! I love the action tennis shot. That doesn't sound quite action shot, I mean.

Susanne said...

What a great way to sum up the month. I like that you've used the PL style cards too.

Julie Kirk said...

A perfect summery page with plenty of perfect summer activities. Wondering how many more of those 43 you've crossed off the list. (Cities are certainly catching on to those 'collectable' type sculpture tours aren't they?)

I'm only just getting round to pinning my own MinN post today ... I'm running out of steam with the whole thing but it's been such a great way to document my life for the last 6 years it's hard to let go ...

Thanks for joining in yet again Ruth.

Julie x

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