Saturday, 5 April 2014

Lovely Things From My Week



I follow Dolce Bellezza's blog (here) and every so often she puts up sweet things that happen in her week.  I thought, "what a great idea" because life often throws curve balls at you and I for one get a bit tired of all the nasty news in the media, the whinging people who carry on about nothing important so I decided to follow suits.

I think I will try to photograph three things a week that stand out as really nice. So this was my week.


Sharing a friend's birthday.


Attending Lady Windermere's Fan at the Playhouse Theatre
after reading it in my Play Reading class.




Enjoying a cappuccino after a long motorbike ride with friends.

3 comments:

  1. What a lovely idea! I have become a pessimist and have learned to always wait for the other shoe to drop, afraid the gods will notice I'm happy and come thundering down on me. I think I've come to this with age because I remember that when I was in my 30's, I told my mother, who was a worrier but who found joy in life, that worrying was mostly useless. It still is, of course, but I do it more and more, visualizing a grim future. Thanks for reminding me that life is what it is and that there's no point in not enjoying the small and the big pleasures all around us.

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  2. I'm so thrilled you put up your "sweet things" from the week as well! I love how it helps us focus on the good, as well as giving insight into one another's lives. I think I'll make it a weekly thing where people can link up because I love reading other's posts such as yours. Xo

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  3. I think this is a lovely idea :) I have Lady W's Fan on my TBR stacks - and I've been meaning to read more Wilde. I like to read a play before I see it, if possible, because otherwise I sometimes have trouble following the dialogue - especially when it's something fast-paced like Wilde.

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I love receiving comments and meeting new people. If you are also a book blogger let me know and I will have a look at your site also. Cheers, Pam