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Saturday Smile – 14th September

14 September, 2013

Those of you who saw my posts last week will know I have been on holiday for the last few days, staying with friends and their beautiful 5-year-old daughter. So this week has really been one long smile for me, but particular highlights included:


  • Visiting Lands End – the very furthest South-West corner of England – and waving to my American friends
  • Visiting the mini farm there and meeting the sheep with the world’s worst baaa
  • Being introduced to one of my friends’ friends as “this is TRG, he’s a writer”
  • Watching all five Omen films even though we knew that everything after the first one would be rubbish
  • Singing along to Julie Andrews songs in the car and being amazed their daughter knows ALL the words
  • Pretending to her that I couldn’t say “helicopter” and hearing her screaming with laughter
  • Telling her that her newly-brushed teeth were so bright they hurt my eyes – and hearing more laughter
  • Using my laptop to write on the train and feeling what it would be like to do it for a living
  • Having a pub lunch including a Cheese Board so great i took a photo of the menu
  • Despite a brilliant week, getting home and sleeping in my own bed


Do you have some smiles to share with us all? What has turned your frown upside down this week?




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