Friday, 12 May 2017

Friday Fun Day with Smiles.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.
Angela here again to show you what I've been up to this week.

I photographed the fields as we drove to my mum's the other day and everywhere is covered in Rapeseed at the moment due to the high demand for the oil.



 
It's just everywhere!


 
This is from an article on the Internet.



It is very yellow! and very smelly.
Not a nasty smell though very strong but really brightens up a dull day.
 
In the park are these little beauties, so sweet.
 
 
And the new path round the fountain is growing.
 
 
After showing you some of my bottles the other week, I wondered how many of you still have your milk delivered by the Milkman?

 
Some of my friends can hardly believe that we still do.
 
I also attended a craft workshop on Saturday, great day out making cards using the Misti.
 
Card samples:
 


And the craft show was Sunday and
this was Saturday as they were setting up.

 
And this was Sunday!
Just a bit different!
Great day.


 This is Barbara who did the class for us and demonstrates the Misti for Oyster Paper Crafts.
 
 
 And finally here is Maisie on my cushion! I might say Lol! just showing you that she owns this place and everyone else is just here to look after her every whim or so she likes to think Lol!
She looks like a proper little madam here and I think it's the eyebrows that do it because she's actually quite a sweetie.

 
Gosh that's a lot this week for you to look at!

 Have a great weekend everyone and
 thanks for stopping by.
 
Stop Press!!!
Cygnets in the park!!!
 
 
Great success as they lost their only baby last year and now they have four.
 
 And if you would like some more smiles you just need to pop over to see what our other friends have been doing this week at Annie's for
"This Week's Smiles" and you can also share your  smiles too.

Angela x

10 comments:

  1. I agree with you that the bright yellow fields look stunning but this year we seem surrounded by many more than normal and I've really suffered big time with my asthma because of it all. I love the pic of Maisie....such a character and her facial markings say it all as you say.
    I love the fluffy ducklings and cygnets....let's hope they manage to rear them all this year.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  2. Maisie looks cute - especially with those eyebrows.
    Rapeseed fields - ugh - they attack my hay fever so we have to switch the external air flow or I lose my voice and my eyes swell. Looks nice but that is it for me.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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  3. I love how it looks, but do wish I wasn't quite so allergic to oilseed rape! Fabulous pics this week, love your crafty makes and yep, it's clear who rules your house! Have a great weekend. Cara x

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  4. What lovely yellow fields! Too bad they didn't have a better name. I love swans and cygnets - how wonderful they have 4 new babies this year! Sounds like you and a lot of others had a great time at the convention! Happy belated WOYWW! Lindart #37

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  5. Oh, and I forgot to say how sweet Maisie is sitting on the couch overseeing her kingdom! Lindart

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  6. what great photos! Rapeseed oil is about the only thing that can make me sneeze!

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  7. Maisie always looks adorable, and so do the cygnets - I hope they all survive! We have our milk delivered too, but not in bottles, sadly... Hope you have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Anne xx

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  8. What a wonderful week you've had Angela! Great photos!
    Alison x

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  9. I loved the rapeseed fields last time I was over in Uk, but I bet it would irritate my hayfever in that quantity. My son lives in Denmark and he went on a long cycle ride today. He sent me some photos, and they have fields of rape everywhere too.
    Did you get on well with the misti. I love mine, especially when I am using Altnew stamps that build up in layers, so positioning is important.
    Maisie does have a rather fine set of eyebrows, and she uses them to great effect.
    i love the nest full of babies and am so glad the swans have little ones this year. Kate x

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  10. Wow What a busy post so much to see! those fields are gorgeous!!Certainly do brighten up a grey day!
    And , I have to say, I don't even know if there are any places here that do still deliver milk! I love it- must be so fresh!
    Thanks for your share Angela!hugs,Jackie

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