Friday, 28 August 2020

This week's smiles...week 386

 Hello all and welcome to this week's smiles...I hope you've had as much as me to smile about this week and will share yours by linking up below.

A lot of my smiles have focussed on our new little family member, Maisie.   She is Theo's new puppy and, as you can see she is settling in very well and there is already a lovely bond building between her and Theo.  She is a little cockapoo and her coat is really soft and fluffy....she's simply gorgeous.

Shell, Brent, Lexi and Sam are on holiday down in Cornwall this week and they look to be having a lovely time down there.

I've been filling in all the UK postcodes where my Memory bears have gone to and after putting a shout out for help in locating them many have helped me fill in several more areas so I'd like to thank all that have helped.

If you've bought Memory bears from me and gave them to someone in an area not coloured in on my map then please let me aim is to spread a little of Annie's love far and wide [I know there are some in USA and even Australia so maybe it's the UK today and maybe the world one day :-)].


Annie x


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Wow, you've shared the love everywhere, Annie. Congrats on getting so many of these to people. Theo looks like he is going to have a friend for life and the twins are hamming it up in front of the camera, too. Hope you have a great Friday and rest of the weekend, too.

Lisca said...

Oh Maisie is gorgeous! I love how she is already forming a bond with Theo. How big will she grow? The size of a poodle?
That map is a good idea. Your bears are well traveled.
Lovely photos of Lexi and Sam at the beach. I have fond memories myself of Cornish beaches.
Have a lovely weekend,
Keep smiling,

Lynn Holland said...

Good morning Annie
Maisie is so gorgeous and I’m wondering what our Milly is going to make of her new relation. There’ll be fun and games for sure.
What a wonderful idea to compile a map of memory bears. You’ve given me a thought now about having one for myself to hold when I’m thinking of my lovely Auntie Gladys. I’m surprised I haven’t thought of it sooner.
I seriously need to get on with emptying her house but upto now I’ve been finding it to overwhelming. You may just have given me the catalyst to finally do it xxx

Twiglet said...

So glad it was a cockapoo and not a cockatoo! Must change those batteries!! lol. Lovely photos. xx

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

I can imagine that map filling up very quickly. Loving the puppy and I can see them both having years of happiness together and it's good for children to have a responsibility too, good education for life. I have many happy memories of Cornwall too though I've not been for many years. Have a lovely Bank Holiday. Hugs, Angela xXx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I was reading your WOYWW post and have been told to change needles after a project or every 8 hours. I run my needles till they break. But I don't sew professionally, either, just paper to paper or paper to torn fabric for fun. Too bad about your needles. I could use them in my projects and they would never know they'd been used (grin).

mamapez5 said...

That is an adorable little puppy. Cockerpoos make lovely pets, though they can be a bit excitable, but I am sure Theo will help him run off some of his energy.
I love Cornwall, and I am sure the family are having a great time down there. My son and his friend are driving around Cornwall and Devon in a couple of weeks time. I am quite jealous. We often went there for holidays when I was a child.
Well done on your 'teddy' map. They certainly do a fair bit of travelling.
Kate xx

Karen said...

Maisie is sooo sweet ~ That beach looks like a fun place to explore ~ Enjoy the weekend!

Catriona said...

Lovely Maisie and Theo. Looks like they are already a team. We’ve been away for two (stormy) days with very little Internet signal so missed WOWW on Wednesday. Happy weekend.

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Masie looks like a plush toy puppy!