Welcome to Shout Out Saturday
What’s it all about?
Shout Out Saturday is where I invite you to join in by leaving a link or a comment to something that has had an impact on you recently:
You can leave a link to your own blog, or maybe something you’ve read on someone else’s blog, or tell us about your favourite blogger, or simply share some good news, or even just drop in to say hello….
- no strings attached
- simply leave a comment below
- check out any other links if you want to
- use the hashtag #ShoutoutSaturday on social media
- no need to get caught up in too much in compulsory sharing or other rules
- keep it family friendly
- Saturday can cover any day of the week
But first a quote…
My Shout Out(s) this week go to….
All in the name of self care!
I had a few treatments this week and they have made all the difference to my world! Huge shout out to all the talented people who help put us back together again – in so many ways.
1. Annette from Thairapy
Annette is my hairdresser and is a very special person who always makes me feel good. I made the comment how I’m surprised I’m not greyer than I am, given the last few years I’ve had, and she quietly said ‘well I have noticed a huge increase in greys this year, not just in your hair, but in many of my customers’.
She hasn’t made a big deal about it but has just quietly gone about her business of making my hair look better than it did when I first walked in. FYI, I’m no longer colouring my hair all over, mainly just adding a few foils of blonde and ash to help the greys blend in. Today she also added a streak of purple just at the front to make me smile 🙂 No-one will notice but I know it’s there!
It always feels so soft and bouncy after I’ve been to see her! This is my new windswept look after my visit to see Annette.
2. Massage with May
I really needed it too! So good….
3. Physio with Stephenie
What I really needed for my sore knee – I think I’m on the right track now!
4. And just for some fun – Schitt’s Creek
I was late to the party on this one but have been loving it while I’ve been home alone. It’s a Canadian comedy on Netflix which my daughters recommended I watch. As each episode is only 20 minutes or so long, it’s easy to digest and although I rarely laugh out loud, it continually makes me smile which is just what I need at the moment. I’m slowly working my way through the 6 series, (each series has 13 episodes) – currently I’m halfway through season 4 and loving it more and more.
Synopsis: The wealthy Rose family—video store magnate Johnny (Eugene Levy), his wife and former soap opera actress Moira (Catherine O’Hara), and their spoiled adult children David and Alexis (Dan Levy and Annie Murphy)—lose their fortune after being defrauded by their business manager. They are forced to rebuild their lives with their sole remaining asset: a small town named Schitt’s Creek, which Johnny had bought for David as a joke birthday gift in 1991. The Roses relocate to Schitt’s Creek, moving into two adjacent rooms in a run-down motel. As the family adjusts to their new lives, their well-to-do attitudes come into conflict with the more provincial residents of Schitt’s Creek, including mayor Roland Schitt (Chris Elliott), his wife Jocelyn (Jenn Robertson), and the motel’s manager Stevie Budd (Emily Hampshire). Source
I love the bickering that goes on between brother and sister Alexis and David, despite their advanced ages. It takes me back 🙂
Be aware this clip may have spoilers!
Have you watched this, if so let me know.
Care to share??
Are you keen to share something? I hope so – all you have to do is leave a comment or a link!
Has someone done something nice for you, have you witnessed a random act of kindness, have you read something interesting or watched a good movie lately?
Anything really – it’s over to you!
As always, feel free to share and get the word out there #ShoutoutSaturday
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