Hi folks. Here we are at another Friday when I share my smiles and hope to have as many of you joining in by linking up your smiles for the week. There hasn't been so very many of you lately but I really do appreciate the efforts of those that the time to share......it really does make the world a happier place because 'Smile and the world smiles with you'.
Even though there was only four of you sharing your smiles I really felt the need to feature Kate's post from last week. She usually writes a beautiful post sharing her life in Spain but her post from last week she also included a little about her
four five [sorry Kate....a senior moment....I know you've got five :-) ]gorgeous sons....all so very different and all so very talented. I only have to one son [and two gorgeous daughters too of course], who I am very proud of and I know the special love between a son and his mum so I really appreciated Kate's post. It is so very full of pride and that very special love.....thanks for sharing Kate.
My smiles this week have been plenty as always....apart from being diagnosed as having asthma :-(
It is taking me a little while getting used to my inhalers and I still have to see an asthma nurse on Monday but I'm sure it will sort itself out soon.
So, my smiles for today....
My baking session with my twinnie munchkins on Wednesday....there really is nothing quite dipping your fingers into the empty bowl is there?
And here's the results....for all those Minion lovers out there. :-)
We then had a crafty session. How cute are these puppets and the little peggy caterpillars?
I moved my bird window feeder closer to me to discourage all the cheeky little sparrows from eating all the meal worms and look what decided to sit on my window sill literally arms length from where I was sitting. This was mummy blackbird but she also brought one of her babies to feed there too :-)
It's obvious from all my bird feeders that I have a real love of bird watching but I thought you might like to share the pic I took of the lesser spotted lumberjack in the tree in front of our bungalow......a pretty rare bird I'm sure but a rather noisy one :-) :-) :-)
There you go folks....are you smiling now? Now please snap a pic or two of your smiles and link them below and let's make the world a happier place.