Hello all. Firstly I want to say how lovely it was to see so many of you joining in last week. Thank you all for making the effort and sharing your smiles. I really do appreciate your support. Between us we are making the world a happier place to be.
I would like to feature a blogger who made me really smile by the simplicity of the post....if you didn't see Jo's post from last week then it's worth popping over the see the gorgeous little self seeded pansy she noticed by the road side. That little pansy really made me smile as I'm sure it will you. Thanks for sharing it Jo.
My smiles this week have been many even though it really hasn't been the easiest of weeks. On weeks like this it's really good to focus on the good things so here goes.....
As many of you will know three of my little grandchildren are starting school in September and all three are starting a few taster days this term.
Steve was getting for his first afternoon yesterday....he's just checking out how smart he looks in his uniform and giving his hair a final tidy up before he went. :-)
Shell took the twins to the school shop to try on some cardigans and jumpers to order them ready for September but when she got there they were actually in stock so she came away with them....not sure her emotions were quite prepared and mine certainly weren't when she rang the door bell because they insisted on showing Nanny Annie what big school children they looked in their new uniforms.....how is it the school song goes?
'One more step along the road I go'....yes, it made me cry when it was my own three meeting these milestones but when it's the grandchildren it's no easier lol
Of course as you can see from this pic my friend took yesterday there is another little friend who's giving me lots to smile about....in fact she couldn't have arrived at a better time as she sure does lift the spirits :-)
I have to say 'I'm in love' but wouldn't you be? Our little Milly is a really little poppet. She really has made herself at home here and is already getting the hang of going outside when nature calls :-)
One of the advantages of being a sewing lady's assistant is that there are lots of trinnings from the bottoms of trousers and they make perfect 'rats' to shake and play with. :-)
And when it comes to sitting out in the garden these garden seats have just the right little seat for new puppies :-)
There you go. That's a few of my smiles. Please share yours by linking them up below....and don't forget everyone is welcome to join in....the more the merrier.