Friday, 11 July 2014

Friday's Smile

Very late joining in but think I've just made it!!!!! Lots of things made me smile last weekend and during the week.
We spent last weekend in Yorkshire with my eldest son and family and were lucky enough to see the second stage of Le Tour de France as it went through Honley ( near Holmfirth) . My son was one of the Tour Makers ( volunteer helping on the day) It was brilliant being there and experiencing the excitement, enthusiasm and anticipation of the crowd. Lots of smiles.My grandsons enjoyed writing messages on the road.


The day before my youngest grandson lost his two front teeth ( first teeth) after a long wait for him. He looks so cute.



On the Friday evening the boys came home with excellent end of year reports. So on Saturday we treated them to luxury hot chocolates at The Carding Shed - Oil Can Cafe - near their home. They love these.


There were lots of other smiles as well hope you've enjoyed these few . Now I must link my smiles to the lovely Annie's Blog  I'm pleased I can join in this week. Thank you for hosting this Annie.
Back soon x

8 comments:

  1. You must be so proud of the boys marks at school! They are cute! Did they manage to keep the lost teeth? Our little grandson swallowed the first one.. and the second one!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  2. Lovely Friday smiles, Anne :) Exciting that your family was involved in the race! My oldest granddaughter just lost one of her front teeth, too, a noteworthy event, indeed xx

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  3. Hi Anne - late happy smiling Friday wishes from me...The boys will be smiling that they had good reports, having well done treats and also see the cycling...what fun. Have a great weekend Cheers Robyn

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  4. Fab pics Anne. I love it when little ones lose their front teeth...they look soooo cute.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  6. Super pics and it looks so much fun for the boys.
    Jo x

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  7. Cute boys. Bet they loved the tour, I was their sort of age when it came through Sussex. Still have great memories :)
    Thanks for the smiles
    Laura

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  8. Hi Anne,

    How exciting to be part of the action at the Tour de France. The boys are very cute and I love the look of their treats!

    Even though Friday is well past I finally have a chance to do some visiting so I thought I'd stop in.

    Hugs,
    Kay

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