Here we are at another round up of all the smiles from the last week....and there have been many :-) It's so wonderful that in difficult times the smiles keep on coming. Please join in if you can by snapping a few of your smiles and sharing them with us by linking them up below....we really can't get enough at the moment.....just remember smiles are contagious.
My smiles from my family come to us on a daily basis...
Amy's three have been keeping busy by cooking, planting seeds, making models of the football stadium, power hosing the slabs to name just a few of their activities....they are lucky enough to live in a house with acres of land around them so can enjoy den building, playing football etc all very safely.
The twins have been enjoying camping in their play room and taking a bath pretending they were on holiday in the pool drinking coctails :-)
Lexi has been able to keep up her dance lessons because her dance teacher has been doing them on their Ipads....modern technology really does help at times like this.
Lego has featured in our son, Mark's house...but I'm not sure whether he was building it or Theo. Mark really loved his Lego when he was a little boy and I'm pleased to say he still does.
He's also been building a raised garden in their back garden to plant their vegetables in [looks like a can of beer helped the progress too].
I've surrounded myself in fabrics in my sewing room....it's been so lovely to make a creative mess and not have to tidy it all away for customers....there's a positive to every negative.
Our back garden keeps giving us more to smile at every day so here is my latest collage to make you smile.
We have also spent one afternoon this week planting up all our veg seeds in our raised bed. We have covered it in bubble wrap to warm the soil up to get them germinated.
We also have little potato plants popping their heads up and the tomato, courgette and cucumber plants are all growing well.
When it all grows we will be a little closer to being self sufficient....maybe chickens next?....if only the stress of a little Milly barking at them all day would encourage them to lay eggs :-) :-)
I really hope you have found something to smile about during your visit today and will now link up to your own smiles below.
Stay stafe my friends.