Friday Feature on Deb’s World
Winners & Losers #6
I’m having fun with my latest weekly roundup, sharing some of the cringe worthy or laugh out loud ‘stuff’ I’ve taken note of during the week. You are most welcome to join me in this quest each week by leaving me a comment with your own winners and losers!
A winning meme – especially given our love of our New Zealand neighbours and their accent 🙂
My husband left for Papua New Guinea late last week to trek the Kokoda Track. This is his 8th time doing it! Every second year they take school students to walk in the footsteps of our soldiers, as part of our Rotary Club’s youth program. This is a winner in all ways! So many positives 🙂
The only down side is I’m home alone for two weeks 😦
During the week my daughter sent me this funny video – funny because our granddaughter has been doing these exact moves for weeks now and we laugh at her flexibility and ability to move into some weird positions that we can only dream about. I laughed out loud in places – tell me I’m not alone 🙂
Sad news for lovers of Hot Cross Buns who are trying to go low sugar/low carb – aka me 😦
In case you don’t get it, that one delicious bun has 10 teaspoons of sugar in it 😦
Derry Girls (2)
You might remember I mentioned the hit Netflix series, Derry Girls, in a recent Winners and Losers Friday post – well here’s some more….
The sad news is I’ve finished watching the first season on Netflix after it was recommended by my sister. I loved it and have spread the word to other friends and family – I am now needing new episodes!! Apparently they are showing in UK but not here in Australia just yet.
The good news is I have also found some Derry Girls playlists on Spotify. You can download playlists from Erin, Michelle, Orla, Clare, James and even Sister Michael – they are such fun and so uniquely ‘right’ for each of the characters 🙂 There’s also the complete season one playlist available as well! I’ve just found out that a third series has been confirmed 🙂 You’re welcome!
Sad news from Paris
Like many others, I have visited Paris and stood in awe looking at Notre Dame, so when I saw it burning, I felt saddened. This photo was all over social media and shows the devastation, but hopefully it will be able to be rebuilt and restored to its former glory.
Politicians the world over – enough said 🙂
Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it.Mark Twain
Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies.Groucho Marx
Rail Trail turning of the sod
This week our Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail had its official ‘turning of the sod’ and we couldn’t be happier. You can read my earlier post about the rail trail here:Good news about the rail trail
And the good news is that voting is still OPEN but only until 24 April…..
Voting is still open in The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards. Deb’s World is thrilled to be nominated in the Best Lifestyle Blog category, along with some of my favourite bloggers. Here’s the link to the voting – it’s so easy to do! I would appreciate any votes, if you haven’t cast yours already. Many thanks 🙂 Bloggers Bash Voting is Live
Voting closes 24 April 2019!
So that’s week #6 of my Friday Feature done and dusted. I like that I have more winners than losers again!
Do you have any thoughts on any of these winners or losers for the week?
What made you winners/losers list this week? Let me know if you have any suggestions for me!
Have a lovely Easter and I have family visiting 🙂
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