Happy Friday! #ThePositivityWave #11

Hello and Happy Friday! It’s time to join with Meggy @ Chocolate’n’Waffles again to spread some positivity amongst all the doom and gloom on social media and in the news.

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What’s made me happy this week?

Last Saturday I went out with a friend for tea and then on to watch bats at dusk with the local bat group. I loved seeing the bats and vegan Crème brûlée we had before was delicious!

My husband has used up another week of toil so we’ve been out walking again

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I picked my sister up from the airport and she bought me lunch with a sea view! 😋

My boy has turned 18! How did that happen? We went out for cake and there will be more to follow with his friends at the weekend 😀

I had a lovely thank you tweet from Alice Feeney for my review and being part of the blog tour!! ☺️

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I listened to some great podcasts 🎧

I watched a fun YouTube video with my boy 🎬

Wow I wasn’t expecting that to be so full of food!!
What’s made you happy this week?

 

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  1. Thank you for sharing your happy moments ❤️ I love your pics! They always make me travel a bit with you 🙂 Happy 18th to your son! You gave me cake envy!
    Now I have to do something very fangirlish…
    DAVIIIIIIIIIIIIIID! Can’t believe he’s gonna have his fifth child!

  2. What a great week you’ve had! And what great food you have eaten! I’m eating noodles as we speak but I could to with that crème brûlée for dessert 😄

      1. Not the most healthy week probably but if you can’t have lots and lots of cake for an 18th birthday, when can you?! 😂 Enjoy, lovely!!

  3. Wow that’s a lot of delicious food! You are making my drool all over the keyboard haha. Also, the bat watching sounds like so much fun!

  4. So glad you had a great week and it makes me reflect on mine. First, that cake looks amazing and I did not have cake (that is good for me). I spent a couple of days with my grandchildren, volunteered at a local school, finally got my yard cleaned up, started watching Grace and Frankie (a Netflex series I have wanted to watch) and read a bunch of great books. Have an amazing weekend Nicki.

  5. Wow, you had a great week!!
    I made a zippered pouch for my husband to keep his keys and phones in when he’s running about. That made me happy because I just recently taught myself how to use a sewing machine. 😊

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