Sunday, 3 May 2015

Weekly Reflections // Week 30

April 26th -  May 2nd.

Favorite Photo.



Top Thankful or Happy Moments.
♥ Having sunshine, rain, hail stones and snow all in one day - and not even in that order.
♥ Mam getting Baker a new ball and him loving it so much he even had to take it with him when he went for a wee!
♥ Lazy days of not doing much nor going far. 
♥ Fully planning and pricing my 2016 'holiday'.
♥ The swallows are here and they are so playful!
♥ Sorting out my Blog Lovin eventually. SO many people no longer blogging :(
♥ Falling asleep while reading in bed.
♥ Being blessed enough to witness Mrs Duck escort her 12 ducklings to the river and meet up with Mr Duck for breakfast! 
♥ Surviving the dreaded 'smear' test.
♥ Cheeky Baker stealing our seats as usual.
♥ Also looking into our December London trip!
♥ Playtime with both of my boys.
♥ My sunflowers beginning to sprout.
♥ Seeing the above Heron catching his breakfast.


Best Blogs or Posts I've Enjoyed.

Anniversary Trip to Northumberland | Day Two and Our Anniversary by Emma By Design
What To Do When You're Bored by Lose the Road
Lakes, Rivers and a Heron too by Through Tashas Camera
50 Things That Make Me Happy by Here You Me
A Stroll Along the Liverpool Water Front and Liverpool Museum by Paper Crowned
My Tattoo Timeline by North East Nerd
Photo An Hour || Saturday Versus Sunday by Crumbs in the Bed
Spring in Berlin by Tartanmouth
Life Decisions and Moving On by Bangkok Girl Blog
New York | Museum of Natural History by Trisarahtops
Reflecting Back On April by Cakey Dreamer
Staffy Love by Sophie in the Sticks
Arts 'n' Crafts | Candle Making by Bloo n Stuff
Glass Blowing with Bath Aqua Glass (#BEDM Day 1) by Duck in a Dress
April-stagram by Life Outside London


Bloggers Group Hug.
Bloggers Group Hug = S.U.S, Support, Unity & Similarity. Read all about it here, & join!

This weeks word is Bloom.


Other Articles etc of Interest.

Fisherman risks own life to save baby fox from being kicked to death by thugs

19 Animals That Just Realized There Are Things Perfectly Contoured to Their Bodies
Famous Memphian's grandson makes rare public appearance
Chocolate Bar Book Story
This woman performed Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk in sign language and you'll want to watch it all
Chernobyl fox makes a five-slice sandwich
22 Before and After Dog Photos
Church Moved After Homeless Man Leaves Note in Collection Tray
Lizzie McGuire Cast Reunion?!


What I've Watched.

[!] Downton Abbey Season 1, 2 & 3
[!] Sabrina the Teenage Witch Season 1
[!] Alice in Wonderland
[!] Saving Mr Banks
[!] The Lion King


Question of the Week.

What is one thing you wish you could undo from your past?
Nothing. Everything happens for a reason and in turn the domino effect causes the repercussions. Each decision you make turns life into what it is and if you undid anything from the past, it is almost certain that your current story would unravel too. 



16 comments:

  1. Beautiful blooms and an amazing fishing heron shot. Great post. :)

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  2. I love your bloom photograph, It's beautiful! Falling asleep while reading a book is so nice!!
    The answer to that question is brilliant!
    Jade x

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    1. Thank you very much. I think it's hard to take a bad photo of all the beautiful flowers around just now :)

      xo

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  3. Amazing picture of the heron! I haven't seen a heron in years. I love sunflowers, but I've never been able to grow any, I hope yours continue to bloom! I don't what I'd do if I could undo one thing, but as you said, I think anything I undid would affect my current situation too much - and I'm really happy with the way things are =] x

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    1. Thank you! Oh we have LOADS here, your almost certain to see at least one every day.
      The sunflowers are now about 3'' high and have been re-potted, I'm hoping the continue to do well :)
      I'm glad to hear that ;)

      xo

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  4. Thank you so much for including me Danielle, I'm glad you enjoyed my post! My Heron photo is nowhere near as clear as yours, that is a wonderful shot! I feel like I your my photographer inspiration! The note the homeless man left in that church collection plate really got to me, such a lovely story! - Tasha

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    1. You're very welcome :) Oh I was very close to him though, as well as having a long lens on. That is far too sweet of you but you are fantastic as it is!
      Oh I know, wasn't it so touching?!

      xo

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  5. Pretty pictures, and I love all of the animals you've encountered. ^_^

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    1. Thank you! Yes me too, I am very lucky to live where I do. :)

      xo

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  6. I love how much animals feature in your happy moments every week. Living in the city I don't spot as many animals in my day to day as I'd like, but I still love seeing dogs out on their walks or meeting a neighbourhood cat at the bottom of my road. The twelve ducklings and their parents sound absolutely adorable!

    I can't wait to hear how your 2016 and London trip planning is coming along! I haven't got any holidays booked but I really want to pin something down soon - it's always lovely having a trip to look forward, whether it's close to home or far away.

    x

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    1. Oh they couldn't not! :P It was one of the biggest downsides to city life for me, well I just wasn't good in the city at all to be fair. You have no idea how over the moon I was about the ducks haha amazing experience.

      We now have the Lion King show tickets booked for London this year so thats exciting! :D Looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

      xo

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  7. That's such a great photo! Can't believe you caught it was the fish in its mouth!

    Ahh the dreaded smear... I survived one not too long ago too. Tis a weird thing.

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    1. Thank you very much! Yep, I have a series of him walking towards the spot, plunging into the water and coming out with it. This was the one just before he swallowed it down!

      Uh it's awful eh? :( Do you get it done over there or have to come back here??

      xo

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    2. I was just looking back at your replies :) I always forget to click for notifications on blogger comments.

      I had it done in Belgium, although they still haven't sent me the bill for it. Maybe it's free, I'm not 100% sure, but I also changed my Implanon implant, which is not free... I don't know.

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    3. Hopefully they've forgotten the bill! Freebie!!! haha Is it much different going to the doctors over there? That'd be one of my biggest fears if I lived in another country - not being able to understand them or them understand me.

      xo

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