Morning all, tis Friday and time to find out what silver linings and little strands of happiness have woven their way through life in the last 7 days and let's just note that we're on the 1st March, shall I say that again 1ST OF MARCH - ARGH!!!!!!!!!!!!! Only 9 more months and I can put the decs up LMAO!
Next up on the list is a day trip to York, quite spur of the moment, I did the "oooh it's such a long way" only to discover it's about 50 minutes up the road - when did that happen? Anyway we had a fab day going to the York Castle Museum which we had never visited before
Finding a pub that serves decent meals, had a great family meal out on Saturday night, great company and good food - nothing finer!
Going to the cinema to see the latest Die Hard film - far fetched is an understatement!
Receiving a fabulously gorgeous collage postcard from Carmen which was a collaborative project - fabulous stuff!
Having a craft day with my Mum, sister and niece, they didn't know what to do but let's say we put the gelli plate through it's paces!
Hubby and son having fun at Lock N Load and then Idleback last Sunday, giving me the crafting quality time with the girls in the family - fab stuff!
And finally receiving a book token from a friend as a thank you for a gift I'd made her - she is very naughty but it is much appreciated!
The girls in the office keeping me sane even when I'm driving them mad!
The WW girls who have been on form this week (as always) and helped me with a devious plan which led to one of the clan getting an unexpected joint birthday gift - woohoo!
Oh and I can't forget hubby who is putting up with my random mood swings and dealing with me when I'm losing the plot and definitely helping me when I've decided I don't want to do something like take said 12 year old for a guitar lesson, he just went with the flow "that's OK I'll take him" - thank goodness he get's me at the moment - all over the place I tell you I am officially all over the place!
So there you go a lovely eclectic mix this week of fabulous things that have happened it's amazing to clock the positives as you go, really makes you appreciate them, so I might turn the journal Susie made me into my Rocking book, that way I can keep a running commentary of the positives and spend time within it's walls more frequently - now that sounds like a plan to me!
A quick layout before I head off self portrait from Chatsworth last year