#366daysofgratitude – Week 18

Throughout 2016 I will be posting a photo on Instagram each day, sharing something that I am grateful for each day as part of my #366daysofgratitude project.  Here are the things I have been grateful for this week:

 

Handknitted jumpers, family time, ultrasound scans, painting in the garden, daisy chains, Girls Brigade and miniature train rides - all the things I've been grateful for this week as part of my #366daysofgratitude project

 

Day 122 – I am grateful for pretty handknitted jumpers made by one of my friends from church for the girls.

Day 123 – I am grateful for bank holidays and the opportunity to get out and about together as a family, making happy memories.

Day 124 – I am grateful for the ultrasound scan that picked up this little girl’s heart defect five years ago today – had it not be detected then, my beautiful girl would not be here today.

Day 125 – I am grateful for being able to do some painting in the garden with my girls – we’ve been having fun painting a stencil of my blog logo using photochromic paints.

Day 126 – I am grateful for buttercups and daisies and a moment of revisiting happy childhood memories making buttercup and daisy chains for the girls.

Day 127 – I am grateful for Girls’ Brigade – we’re three weeks in and Jessica is so “‘cited” to have her uniform this week and to see how much she looks forward to going is just wonderful.

Day 128 – I am grateful for family time and rides on miniature trains. I didn’t even know this local miniature railway existed until recently but it’s a fab way to spend family time together on a sunny Saturday.

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2 thoughts on “#366daysofgratitude – Week 18

  1. Oh those are lovely things to be thankful for this week (and the girls jumpers especially, you can’t beat clothes hand knit with love 🙂 )

    1. Thanks Carie – the jumpers are gorgeous. I do love hand-knitted clothes especially when they’ve been made by a friend 🙂

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