It's bloomin miserable out there, all grey and drizzly and yet muggy at the same time. I woke up early and now I can't get back to sleep though I have tried most desperately - of course Maggie snoring away here beside me isn't helping. In fact it's just not cricket at all, I may poke her (I didn't, she's too adorable).
To give me some fun and allow a break to remember the good times over the past 20 days I've only gone and done one of my 'happy days collages'. I know I finished that challenge once before, but a photo of something good every day really did lift my spirits last time so this is 100 Happy Days take 2, I do hope you enjoy...
Day 1 - The back garden this evening is just beautiful with the sunset.. Day 2 - Bumble bees are so fabulous!
Day 3 - Wild meadow next plot over... Day 4 - Red gooseberry jam :)
Day 5 - Ohhh naughty, a lemon and poppy cupcake...;)
Day 6 - Pinky-peach rose on the bush Day 7 - Just a little bit of the garlic harvest on the plot
Day 8 - Guess what I'm doing.....red gooseberry jam! ;) Day 9 - A stunning trough with 2 mini rose plants in it! What a way to end the week :) Thanks to serenataflowers.com Day 10 - A pen pal letter arrived today!!! = :)
Day 11 - Maggie takes a selfie Day 12 - On the hammock reading a little and writing a blog post :)
Day 13 - Mr Grumpy Cat, Whitehead :) Day 14 - Our stunning little window boxes are doing us proud ;) Day 15 - Wow! That's a dahlia in full blossom! Firework!
Day 16 - First ever name hoop done today - for a family member Rylee, in case you can't read it.
Day 17 - Last nights doddle colouring. Day 18 - Maggie wishes her cousin a very Happy 2nd Birthday!
Day 19 - Beautiful dahlia in the back garden ;) Day 20 - More posies ;)
A little peek into what has been making me happy. I urge you to try this exercise out - all you need is a camera phone and everyday just appreciate something beautiful. It is certainly helping me to forget all the anxiety attacks and depression that goes on each day as well.
Hugs and Love