It’s Friday again!
Fun, friendship, freezing – feel free to insert your own F word here!
What made me happy this week?
The heavy rain over the weekend was very welcome and the garden was very happy with it too. I loved this photo I captured of the stormy sky over next door’s vineyard.
The reaction to my post about the serendipitous connections lost and found, after an accident nearly 60 years ago, made me happy. I thought it was a great story and apparently so did lots of others. I’m so happy to have it written up 🙂
I received the final drawings for my Dottie and the Wombat story, from the freelance illustrator this week, and they are amazing! I absolutely love them. Here’s sneak preview of one of them. How adorable!
I met Paul West from River Cottage Australia, as he was in Tumbarumba to launch his new cook book The Edible Garden. He’s a lovely guy, and happily took a selfie with me just for my son-in-law in England, he’s a real fan!
My daughter and son-in-law celebrated 4 years of marriage and 10 years together this week – such happy memories of their special day. At the time I loved writing about my MOB status and it made me happy to re-read this post Victory – Final MOB update
So much to be happy about this week 🙂
What made me sad this week?
I had so much happening I hardly had any time to get out for a walk, and I missed it. I also missed listening to my favourite podcasts while out walking. Hopefully next week will be different.
I watched a news story about premature babies and one family’s efforts to raise money in memory of their son – I cried watching it!
What made a difference to me this week?
A massage! I didn’t realise how stressed I was until my back and shoulders were massaged for nearly an hour. I obviously carry stress in my shoulders. The massage was sooooo good!
I also had my hair done and eyebrows waxed in preparation for my trip away. It made a difference to how I felt 🙂
Ticking things off my to-do list has made me feel more in control but I still haven’t packed my bag and we leave home on Sunday – eeeek!!!
OK it’s your turn – how would you answer these three questions?
I’d love to hear from you 🙂
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