Yesterday was a great day and we went for a walk in the park. It was warm but windy and the trees and leaves we’re fun. Pooh sticks bridge always offers a chance for the great game…
Simon : -)
On LinkedIn today I read this artivle from Christina Mayer spends 60 second of every day in silence and this helps her with stress, happiness, perspective etc…
I hope she doesn’t mind me sharing it – find it here and have a read, I can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t find this useful:
Happy Monday all…
We’re lucky enough to have a big garden, beg enough to section off an area of some chickens. The eggs you get are better than any you get for the shops and they’re fun to watch. They’re totally stupid but seem to have a skill in escaping and finding holes in your fence. After we got more chickens and their hut was always wet, I decided to make them a new house – this is the stages of the new chicken house being built:
Just one cool track…
I was nominated today this fun book tag by Rawls E Fantasy it’s The Emoji Book Tag, and I dhope you enjoy it as I’ve had fun writing it. Thanks for nominating me! I hope you find my choices interesting 🙂
The rules are simple. It’s just about pairing up the most used or recently used emoji with a book of your choosing!
I mention this book far more than I should. the thing is it’s so fanny and totally timeless. I love the book and the series and it’s a must read!
Reding this to my youngest son was a total delight. All of David Walliams books appeal to young and old alike and I loved this wonderful little story. It was full of character, surprises and a little sadness too.
I’ve not really used this emoji – but I should use it more as it’s so me. So I should use it more and this is the book or series of books that would go with it – 2001, arguably the best scifi story ever written.
I hope you all join in, no pressure as always… Happy Friday!
I never realised until I watch a program on Dave the other night… The International Space Station has been up there 15 years now! Wow!!! I remember when when it was just an idea, something that was going to happen, then the first modules went up and suddenly it’s been up there all this time. In orbit you see a sunrise every 92 minutes. This mean that in the 15 years it’s been up the it’s seen over 85,000 sunrises.
I don’t want to make this a big wirting piece, but I thought I would post a few of the pics I found about ISS, none of them are mine of course – but they’re all amazing in their own ways! Also this link to in infographic shows what’s been achieved up there – truly amzing!
Happy Friday all of you!
Note: No ownership claimed to pictures – taken from http://www.theguardian.com/science/gallery/2015/nov/02/15-years-international-space-station-in-pictures
I found this in my jokes folder of my email – brilliant! I should take a page out of this guys book!
Hope you’re all having a good day!