Friday 28 October 2016

This week's smiles....week 193

Each week our numbers fluctuate of blogging friends joining in.  We all have busy lives and just sometimes we don't have a lot to smile about but I do hope that calling in here to share a few smiles makes the difficult week a little easier.  There were only four joining in last week so I would like to say a big thank you to all four of you for sharing your smiles with us......I'm not going to just pick one of you this week as it just wouldn't be fair.

The schools round here have been on half term holiday this week so my little munchkins have been out and about having fun and sending me pics of their antics to make me smile so I am sharing a few with you here.... 

Lexi and Sam have enjoyed a trip to Whittington castle and throwing the leaves on their way. 

Phoebe, Lulu and Steve have been out into the fields to choose their pumpkin to carve with their daddy. :-)

Sam and Lexi enjoyed dressing up to have an early Halloween party with their friends.

And I just couldn't resist taking a pic of this gorgeous sky to share with you that we saw while out shopping the other night...

Isn't nature wonderful?  Skies like that always make me smile.

I hope you've enjoyed sharing my smiles and can manage to find a pic of something that had you smiling this week to share with us by linking it below.
Annie x


Cardarian said...

Ohh how these children have grown - I remember when you put photos of them on when they were born! They must have had a lovely time picking their pumpkin and it looks like they just can't wait for Halloween to come! I hope you all have a lovely time!
Love and hugs,

Twiglet said...

What a fun time they are all having and that sky is fab - thanks for sharing! Happy Friday!

Lynn Holland said...

I've off upto Lancaster to pick up goddaughter Amy who is coming home for the weekend. She's loving university life and always makes is smile she is such a beautiful girl inside and out.
Your munchkins are always a joy to see Annie and so are Friday smiles :-) xxx

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Annie, I'm a bit late today, been a bit busy this morning. Pleased you like my new project. It's great to see the children enjoying their holiday. I wonder how many children have actually seen pumpkins growing, much nicer than getting them from a supermarket Lol! Love their costumes too. Sending lots of smiles, Angela xXx

Lisca said...

Sorry I'm late today. Too much going on!
Oh the children are enjoying their holidays. And the weather seems dry too looking at the photos.
Beautiful sky photo!
Lisca xxx

Robyn Oliver said...

Happy (late) Friday Annie...I must say even when I'm posting late I think your blog is a fabulous idea and gets you to center your mind on all the good, happy moments. We all have our down times but yes life is too short - isn't it wonderful that we have our little ones to bring us joy... your crowd are sure having fun on their school break - a great age. Must say that I nearly posted a sunrise from this morning too - I love to check each morning and breath in the new day - nature is fabulous. Well must be off to the party, have a super weekend hugs Robyn

Elizabeth said...

Hi Annie, lovely seasonal photos of your grandchildren. They do look as though they are having lots of fun with Halloween. I do believe that it is becoming more popular in Scotland too. The photo of the evening sky is beautiful - nature is indeed wonderful! Hugs, Ellie xx

JoZart Designs said...

It looks like a lot of fun was enjoyed for the Munchkins, it's how good memories are made for them. I hope there will be lots of lovely soup made from that pumpkin too.
Thanks for popping by my blog and I hope you do make the table centre. It will be quick and easy for you to do. Jo x

JoZart Designs said...

I meant to add that we passed your part of the world in our coach last week on the way home from the Malvern Quilt show. The Autumn trees were spectacular colours and as evening came the skies were amazing just like your photo. The driver drove off motorway due to all the traffic jams so it was lovely to see beautiful countryside and I did give you a wave but a coach load was too many to drop in for a cuppa!!!. Jo x

Neet said...

Lovely to share your smiles and with those lovely grandees who could fail to have smiles all week. Not forgetting the ones you get from Miss Milly though!
Was too busy to blog yesterday and now not sure what to put so i will leave it with love coming your way
Hugs, Neet xx