Week 47 - what has made me happy

I still have four exams to go. One on Thursday and one on Saturday this week. Revision is plodding along but I am still rather scared about my actual exams. I am, however, starting to get excited about Cybher which I suddenly realised is next week. Next week! I had an amazing time last year and this year's schedule looks outstanding. Plus I get two nights away by myself, which will be absolute bliss! The weekend passed by in a blur. The sun came out unexpectedly on Sunday afternoon for about an hour which was a lovely surprise. Unfortunately, the boy learned a valuable lesson in flower picking - he won't be picking nettles again in the future. Thank goodness for dock leaves.
Here is what has made me happy this week:
  • These sheep had escaped and were standing in the childminder's garden when I went to pick the children up the other day. The ewe was very protective of her children, it was lovely.
  • Chicks! These cuties have just hatched at the childminder's. I love that the children get to experience such amazing things every day.
Yorkshire Dales sheepChicks
  • Watching Eurovision! I love it. We had a wonderful time when we visited Malmo, we even brought back a cheeky pack of sweets!
  • My mini moo cards. They look so professional and I love them! So easy to make.
Spunk sweetsMoo cards
  • Bubbles in the park on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
  • Hunting for bugs with the boy. We found this tiny snail hiding under some leaves.
BubblesTiny snail
  • I love how even weeds can look beautiful sometimes! The yellow of the dandelion was so bright that the camera struggled to pick it all up. The dandelion clock just looks so delicate and soft. We had fun trying to find out what the time was!
DandelionDandelion clock

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