Saturday, 17 May 2014

#100HappyDays Week 13


The Challenge

is to take a picture of something that makes you happy each day for 100 days and post it on facebook or twitter or google plus, etc.

I have chosen to put it on Facebook each day but also each Saturday I will do an update for the week on my blog.

Did this week's pictures depend on the weather?

As you can see from the pictures the first half of the week seems to indicate that I was in more and the second half has more outdoor pictures.  
And yes the weather was better in the second half of the week.

The weather may be something we tend to talk about a lot in Northern Ireland because it can be so changeable but we cant let that have any sway on our feelings.

We should be happy and contented inside or outside, fair weather or wet weather.  Those types of things may have some bearing on our actions but should not have any control of our feelings.  

We can be determined to find things to enjoy no matter where we are of how much we can manage to do.


These coasters sit on my desk and always bring a smile to my face no matter what I'm working at.


I thought I had lost this pic I had made on an iPad app nearly 2 years ago but found it again today.


Very pleased with the Who Dunnit Scrapbooking materials I was able to buy in a sale..


We never really saw this lovely bush in our front garden properly until Fred did a good pruning job around it and now it is flourishing.


Had a lovely evening out with friends from university days.


Happy grass was cut, but not so happy when I was cutting it so thankfully Fred cut most of it.


Fred enjoying playing the keyboard.  Pity you don't get the sound as well.

Have you had any similar happy moments to these this week or were they completely different?


  1. It is a good idea to take pictures of favorite moments. Wouldn't that be a great journaling idea?! Love it. It gave me a glimpse into your week!

    1. Hi again Elizabeth, I got so much out of that challenge that I might do it next year again, and yes a great journalling idea.