52 Weeks of Happy 5/52

4 Dec 2012



 
My happy for this week

♥ Making mini meringues with sprinkles.

♥ Catkins growing in the garden

♥ A letter from Elizabeth. She can write my 'name' now so its lovely to receive little notes addressed to me.

♥ Reindeer food bought at the school Christmas fair.

15 comments :

  1. Four beautiful happies. I wish my my boys could have experienced reindeer food when they were little - too late now. Magic xo

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  2. Oh how lovely ... the little meringues are gorgeous and we have reindeer food here ... we got the recipe from playgroup ... it's very special stuff :) ... my little ones love sprinking some on the lawn to guide Santa and the reindeers ... Bee xx

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  3. Those mini meringues look fabulous. Last time I made some they were brown on the top and a little too gooey in the middle.

    Nina x

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  4. Four lovely happy things...especially the meringues, i could eat all of those they look delish!x

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  5. very sweet happy things. and the beginning of lots of little notes to be kept! Heather x

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  6. How sweet is that little note :-) x

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  7. Ah, Elizabeth's handwriting is lovely. Bella constantly makes me cards and letters and I treasure them. She is really into writing stories at the moment and they are hilarious - they make no sense whatsoever! I too bought an almost identical looking bag of "Reindeer food" from our school fair on Sunday. £1 for oats and glitter - we were fleeced!! xx

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  8. We always sprinkle reindeer food on our lawn Christmas eve, lovely little note:)

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  9. Lovely little note from your clever girl. I bet you were thrilled! Have a good week xx

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  10. It is so great to get little notes isn't it? And she does have beautiful handwriting. And as for those sprinkle meringues - what a genius idea! Great happies x

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  11. Your mini meringues look amazing. I've been thinking baking thoughts this week, maybe I'll actually get around to making something yummy for a change. Not a natural baker me.

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