March 29th - April 5th.
♥ Seeing Cinderella at the Cinema with my Mam.
♥ Getting clean dry socks on after soaking my feet walking Edinburgh in the rain.
♥ New Disney T-shirts!
♥ Two Jackdaws following me along the bridge on the way home from work.
♥ Big companies and Newspapers joining in on the April Fool fun.
♥ One of the most amazing things this week was being named Debi's Blog of the Month: March, I still can't quite believe all the lovely things said about me. If you aren't already you must go and follow Dib-Dab-Debs - a beautiful little blog by a supremely lovely lady.
♥ Seeing my Mam's creativity in decorating her boiled eggs for work.
♥ Two Swans sitting next to a Grey Heron on the river, looking like it's body guards!
♥ My pansys starting to sprout.
♥ Collecting my first wage from my new jobs! (And spending some of it ironically on cleaning supplies :P)
♥ Seeing Baker open his Easter gifts. (Video here!)
♥ Elena saying the sweetest thing about me.
♥ Going to see the lambs again.
♥ Baker playing with his awesome new frizbee!
Best Blogs or Posts I've Enjoyed.
TATTOOS: and animals... ink saving fur by Illustrated Teacup
Oliver's Easter Basket by Little O and Me
DIY Decorated Wooden Easter Bunnies by The Life of Dee
Our Day in Southport by Paper Crowned
Throwback Thursday: Warkworth Castle by Genius vs Beauty
Easter Crafts with Children by Whimsical Mumblings
Fandom: My Time in a Harry Potter Film by Prompts by Dee
On A New Start... by Sophie Louise Anne
A Trip to Mill Race Garden Centre...Online by Lisa's Life
The Boyfriend Tag by Lose the Road
The Wedding Diaries: The Little Details by Queen Beady
Ecuador Week 8, New Faces, Old Friends by Rowan: Resident Zoologist
My Spring Bucket List 2015 by Prompts by Dee
Arts 'n' Crafts | Easter Egg Fun by Bloo N Stuff
Introducing Sir Pork Chop by Crumbs in the Bed
Easter Cupcakes by Gill McLaughlin
Nerdy Must Haves by Melificent
Has Spring Sprung in Cumbria? by Bangkok Girl
Bloggers Group Hug.
Bloggers Group Hug = S.U.S, Support, Unity & Similarity. Read all about it here, & join!
This weeks word is - Hide
The best type of 'hide', is a bird hide!
Other Articles etc of Interest.
The amazing moment stray dogs showed up at a funeral to pay respects to the kindly lady who used to feed them
26 Magical Ideas For A Hogwarts Themed Wedding
I Followed My Stolen iPhone Across The World, Became A Celebrity In China, And Found A Friend For Life
Retired racing greyhound finds an unusual feline friend
Couple Travels The World And Proves Love Doesn't Have To Slow You Down
Mom posts Facebook apology for her kids' 'rude' movie theater behavior
They Were Shocked When They Found A Pit Bull Nursing This Baby On The Road...
UB40 make brave Nicola Moore's dying wish come true with surprise visit to hospice bedside
This Quadruple Amputee Rottweiler Looks So Happy Walking With His New Prosthetic Limbs
What I've Watched.
[!] Cinderella (2015)
[!] Saved by the Bell: The New Class Series 4
[!] Labour Pains
[!] Annie (2014)
[!] Just My Luck
[!] Getting There
Question of the Week.
How do you & your guy experience Disneyland Paris as childless adults? (from Jean Marie of Wanderlust Guide)
Well first up, Jake doesn't! haha He goes as far as to say he 'hates' Disney and won't even watch a movie with me. I'm pretty lucky that he still lets me fill our home with it and even buys me lots of stuff.
As for myself I find that going to Disney without children is even more special. Fairytales and Disney in general mean so much to me that I can't really express in words, so going to Disneyland is a million times more special to me now, as an adult, than it was a child.
I'm not the biggest fan of kids (or more so the ones that are running around these days acting like grown ups and obsessed with technology) - but Disney makes everyone act differently, so when there is a spoiled child screaming because they're not allowed their 15th stick of sugar of the day I just smile and walk past haha.
On my last trip I actually met a couple who were in their 30's from Holland and the lady had brought her partner to Disneyland for his first ever trip. We also saw a big group of OAPs, all in wheelchairs who had been brought for a day trip and looked like they were having an amazing time. Just goes to show Disney isn't just for kids.
There we have it, another awesome week of life! How has your week been? Remember, even if you've had some downs they are only there to make the ups seem that much more special. Please sit down at the end of each day and think of 3 things that made you smile during the course of it, be thankful for what you have and as always share those things with me in the comments!!