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Reasons to be cheerful - 5th April 2018

The sun is shining! That's reason enough to be cheerful, especially after all the rain we had yesterday.
Talking of yesterday, I enjoyed a lovely lunch out with my family to celebrate mum's birthday. It was lovely that the seven of us were together and were able to enjoy a leisurely lunch. We also decided to use public transport and mum rebelliously chose to sit at the back of the bus, we were like a gang of schoolkids!
My seeds are growing, which is very exciting. I "may", have erred on the side of caution and planted "slightly", more seeds than the number of plants that I actually need, but better safe than sorry.
And finally this week, having had a lovely couple of breaks over the last two weeks, I'm now back to work feeling positive and refreashed, so I've got lots of planning and writing done, and I have lots of ideas about where I want to go next.
What are your reason to be cheerful this week?
R2BC at Mummy from the Heart

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  1. Great to read how time away helps you feel focused and ready for your next chapter/s as it were. #R2BC

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  2. The sun certainly lifts the mood! Yay to family lunches and growing things

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