100 Happy Days (1-20)

I have been partaking in the 100 Happy Days challenge, sharing my Happy Days with my Facebook and Twitter friends. The thought struck me this morning as I was driving to work that I probably should have been sharing them on my blog also. So since its 100 days, I’ll do five some up 20 day posts instead. I started the challenge back on the 21st of March, so today is the twentieth day.

Day1:D1 I had I photo I took at work planned, but then I snapped this picture of Riley destroying the blinds and his cheeky awesomeness was just way better –Love this kid –Makes me happy just being his mum.



Day2: Shane did the vacuuming (even with his bugged shoulder) so I didn’t have to –Best husband ever— feeling loved.



Day3: After cleaning up Riley’s mess, I’m sitting back enjoying a cuppa while reading, enjoying a lazy Sunday.




Day4: Thank you Lord, Mother Earth, Peter Pan, who ever invented the Coffee Bean – my mornings would suck without it.




Day5: Eating breakfast enjoying my first attempt at home made yogurt and it’s YUMMY.




Day6: Emily must have another fund raiser because there’s a box of chocolate Freddo Frogs on the lunch room table. Oh well it’s a good excuse to eat heaps of chocolate.




Day7: I got my files uploaded this morning and then we had a family swim at Toronto pool.





Day8: Riley enjoying my homemade yogurt –Winning J.




Day9: lucky he’s so cute! No mummy I wasn’t going through the trash. Oh well seeing his smile is worth the clean-up.




Day10: Riley and I just finished off another tub, about to make our third and we still love it.



Day11: Finally got around to making a Facebook page for work—I’m feeling accomplished.




Day12: I finally got our Wills updated to include Riley LOL —I’m feeling organised.




Day13: this kid tearing up the concrete pad out at Boolaroo Bowmen club house.



Day14: doing the food shopping with my little helper, it’s nice having someone to talk to and smile up at me.

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Day15: We have awesome customers bringing us cakes to show us they appreciate us.





Day16: hanging with the family at my auntie Ruth’s 50th. I love my family SOOOO much.




Day17: I’m off to Newcastle for a poetry master class with Mark Tredinnick, So Excited.



Day18: Ice Magic – enough said.




Day19: oh yeah.


D19Day20: Giving a shout out to the lovely lady next door who purchased the house and kicked out the monsters. Thank you awesome lady I can now have the windows on that side of the house open. The most noise I’ve heard from her since she moved in is a lawn mower and the tingle of her cat’s bell, Woo Hoo heaven. I now consider myself very lucky as I have awesome neighbours, all around me –sure I don’t know what they do behind closed doors, but I can’t hear, see or smell them so I don’t care and they’re always friendly enough to say hello and wave when we do see each other.

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