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Saturday Smile – 6th July

6 July, 2013

I rememeber when I first started the Smiles it was intended to be an observational thing where I pointed out simple or guilty pleasures, but it has migrated into celebrating the happening of good stuff. And that in itself is worth a smile.  Amongst other smile-worthy events this week:


  • Being leant a brand new hire car while my 14-yr-old effort is in the garage, and realising that I like mine better
  • The Ashes series starts on Wednesday
  • Having my Sound of Music DVD arrive ready for my transatlantic film night with Hasty
  • Sharing a jug of Pimms for the first time this summer


If you’ve had reason to smile this week, why not share it below or better still, post on your blog and tag back here.


  1. I enjoy these. Sorry I haven’t participated more!

    My smiles for this week: getting my spanking, visiting my family, and relaxing. 🙂

  2. You should google the science behind gratitude, amazing stuff… i keep a book and write a page each day off all things I’m grateful for. Also the secret is a great read, and links up gratitude xx

  3. I am so happy I got to watch The Sound of Music with you 🙂 It was my Sunday smile.

  4. so here it is Tuesday and i’m still trying to come up with a Saturday smile….i think i’ll have a full list of smiles for next Saturday (she said hopefully)

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