Friday, 27 February 2015

This week's smiles...week 108

Hello all.  We were a little thin on the ground when it came to those joining in last week....I guess you were all off enjoying happy times  :-) ......take a camera with you next time and share it with us please.

When there was only 4 of you sharing your smiles I flatly refuse to choose just one of you.  I thank all four of you from the bottom of my heart for taking the time out of you busy lives to blog and share your smiles with us.

This week, as always, has been full of smiles for me.  When you are a grandparent with 5 gorgeous little munchkins living in close proximity you are never short of something to smile about.....

As you can see Poppy the puppy has grown lots now.  She's just gorgeous and is really loved by the family.  Steve is even giving us the thumbs up in case you were in any doubt.            :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

The twins went to see a Frozen show and dressed for the event :-)  Aren't they just so cute?

My final smile for this week is yet more little treasures that I've found in our new garden.  We really do have bulbs shooting up all over it and I can't wait to see the colours of all the flowers.....I'm sure I will share them too  :-)

Thanks for dropping by this week.  Please snap a pic or two of what's making you smile this week and share yours with us by linking below.  Thanks.
Annie x


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Am I the ONLY person in the world who has not seen Frozen, or even know what it's about? But the twins look simply adorable in their outfits.

Poppy has REALLY grown, and has changed his face from a baby to a young pup. I'm amazed how quickly their faces change from babies to older looking. I saw that in Squiggles within a month or two and now I'm seeing it in Poppy, too.

Have a lovely Friday and a great weekend, dear Annie.

Helen said...

Your munchkins are always ready to raise a smile! Your new garden looks as if it will continue giving you reason to smile too.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Why did I think Poppy was a BOY? WOW, it's really late and I need more coffee to stay awake (grin).

Lynn Holland said...

Had to pop over here for a smile before I hit those pots and pans and prep for tomorrow's workshop
Lovely munchkins, just gorgeous
Lynn xx

Hettie said...

Gorgeous pictures this week. Sam is so going to hate the fact that you shared that photo with the world when he gets older! Too funny.
Poppy is growing up fast.
Your crocuses are coming up quicker than ours. Must be warmer in England!

Elizabeth said...

Hi Annie, love your family photos. Poppy seems to be a big hit and the twins look adorable in their Frozen costumes. The crocus are such a cheering sight too - I've spotted a clump growing out front too. I've no family photos to share - I'm still under house arrest - no going out in the damp and wind - both of which we've been getting in spades recently - unless done up like Nanook of the North! Just a wee joke that I hope you enjoy instead. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

Twiglet said...

Yep! Our crocuses are out too - such a breath of Spring even with this bleak winter wind blowing! x Jo

Laura said...

I've got to say Steve has an awesome photo face!
Your crocuses are such an intense purple - gorgeous. I hope you have some tulips spring up too x

Lynn Holland said...

Decided to post after all as it made TwinkleToes aka Mo smile.
I'm still messing about :(

mamapez5 said...

Poppy certainly has grown a lot and she looks like the perfect dog for the children to grow up with.
I love the two Frozen imps! And the crocus are beautiful. Kate xx

Unknown said...

What lovely pics of the grand children--they are such a treasure and when they live close by it is wonderful. My poor sister lives here in Canada and her grand babies are in Australia.
So nice to see the flowers poking up from the ground. All we've got here is a ton of snow.
Have a super week.

pearshapedcrafting said...

Great photos! The crocuses look lovely and I'm sure there will be lots more flowers to 'find' in your garden this year! Chrisx

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Annie, yep away visiting this past two weeks and busy sewing for little miss Sophie - funny we were making her a Frozen dress too for a birthday party - not elaborate and shiny, silky just a a panel a frozen fabric gathered as a skirt onto a bodice..didn't even take a pic have to get daughter to send me one to share. So exciting to see your spring bulbs appearing I'm jealous, more pics please. Hugs Robyn