West Midlands, United Kingdom
Hi I'm Anne and I'm an Independent Stampin'Up! Demonstrator. I live within easy reach of Walsall, Sutton, Streetly and Great Barr in the West Midlands. I hold monthly cardmaking classes. If you would like details of my classes, hold a workshop in your own home ,more information about Stampin'Up! or would just like to place an order please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Friday's Smile

I haven't been able to join in with Annie's Friday Smile for a while. Last two Friday's I was away and prior to that away from my laptop . Really wanted to join in again and especially with this photo. Last week we went to see our son and family in Yorkshire. We were there to see our grandsons Harry and Sam get into their costumes for World Book Day. They decided they wanted to be 'Where's Wally ( Harry) and Burglar Bill ( Sam) Anyway they certainly made me smile many times over the long weekend - along with their cousins - our beautiful granddaughters.
Sorry it's not very big but I took it with my phone and I'm not clever enough to get it from phone to blog via laptop any better than this :-) Anne x

15 comments:

  1. Hehe that's fab. I love the special days at school for the kids. Our eldest granddaughter has gone to school with back combed pink hair today for a diabetes awareness day cos the have two little diabetics in their class.
    Hugs,
    Annie

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  2. Oh this did make me smile Anne - they look superb, I recognised them immediately!

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  3. I keep reading about World Book Day, but we in the States don't seem to celebrate or recognize it. How wonderful that you were able to be there when those precious darlings dressed up in their favorite book characters. That was a definite smile in my book!

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  4. I love World Book Day - such a great idea to get everyone involved. The costumes are fab. x Jo

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  5. That takes me back Anne. Years ago now, I bought the first Where's Wally book for one of my sons, and they have all spent hours and hours pouring over it to find him. It was a very clever concept.The boys look grand in their costumes. I hope they enjoyed their day. Kate x

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  6. Brilliant costumes!
    I remember going (years back) as Mrs Tiggy Winkle :) Their costumes look much more comfortable!!
    Laura

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  7. Love the two characters...they look fab! My smile is also a world book day one. Thanks for sharing a smile. Caro x (#12)

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  8. love the idea of World Book day and all the book fairs around here. Children need the books! Glad to see you post this week and I love the picture, whatever the size! Have a great week and thanks for visiting my desk earlier! Vickie aka Okienurse #72

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  9. This is a cute photo Anne. I used to teach Junior Primary children, and Book Week was such fun!!
    Thanks for your Miffy story!
    Judy xx

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  10. They look adorable! Thanks for sharing... I'm glad you had time with your lovely grandchildren. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  11. Delightful, Anne! Thanks for sharing the photo. I so admire that they are celebrating World Book Day...a celebration I was not aware of, but seems so worthy! xx

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  12. the photo is great, dont they look grand. My son loved Where's Wally too
    Gill xx

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  13. Thank you for all your Lovely comments. X

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  14. What a lovely picture, Anne!

    Thanks for your visit and your nice comment. So glad you like my latest teabag art!!
    Shoshi

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