So cute..thanks Spark
So cute..thanks Spark
Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed this week.
Reasonably quiet here in our part of Ireland with some great sunshine during the week that prompted time in the garden reading and I have eased the strain on my TBR.. reviews to follow.
I had my first hair cut in a week on Monday after a year of home cuts. What bliss to walk out afterwards having had a good catch up with my hairdresser Sam and her family, a moan about the weather and the state of the world and a short but delightfully shaped hairstyle. I am hoping that unlike the last time I went to have a hair cut last year, they will still be open in six weeks for another trim!
I have been out and about this week but this time it was a lovely surprise feature by author Harmony Kent. A very thoughtful and kind gesture.
It would be lovely if you could head over for a peek: Harmony Kent and Sally
On with the show…
My thanks to William Price King, D.G. Kaye and Malcolm Allen for their amazing contributions during the week.. and to you for all your support and encouraging comments.. as always very much appreciated.
Thanks very much for dropping in today and all your support.. I hope you will join me again next week.. Sally
Who needs a nanny thanks Big Mare
This is a lovely video about the kindness of strangers and a puppy who sensed he could trust them.. PawMeow
Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed this week on Smorgasbord.
I hope that the week has been good for you.. nothing very exciting to report from our neck of the woods except that I will be having my first official haircut on Monday after almost a year of hacking it myself in the front and David using clippers on the back.. To be hones wearing a mask in public I am sure nobody noticed but it will be great to have some shape back in it… that is if my hairdresser is still talking to me!
I am just about to head out to the garden with books and music to catch some rays… the promised tropical air mass is hovering over us for the next couple of days. I believe the temperature is going up to 17 C (62F) degrees and I am concerned that I might become overheated!!
With that in mind and the window of opportunity rather small….time to get on with the posts.
My great thanks to the contributors this week.. William Price King, D.G. Kaye, Carol Taylor and Daniel Kemp... they add so much to the blog and it would not be the same without them.
And of course to you for your ongoing support during the week and for keeping me motivated.
Thanks very much for dropping in today and for all your support.. I hope you will join me again next week…Sally.
This breakfast looks delicious – and the music is very soothing… what’s not to like…viele Rezepte
This golden retriever would have a field day in our house lol.. thanks to Life of Sterling Newton
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A lovely story of friendship..thanks to The Dodo
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