Gosh…week 47 of the year (according to my diary), and only 45 days until the end of the year (again, according to my diary).
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This week’s small pleasures #213
So here we are on a rather grey, windy and rainy Monday, and time to recall the small pleasures of the week and ignore the weather outside. First up, of course, we have to mention Jacinda Ardern being elected for a second term.
This week’s small pleasures #207
In all honesty, I struggled a bit this week to find some small pleasures. It was just one of those weeks – bad weather, the cancellation of a foodie event and the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Venus Rising programme due to Level 2 restrictions, and feeling a bit under the weather. But as usual, there were things to bring a smile and to remind us of the good things that are around us.
This week’s small pleasures #205
It’s Monday again, so time for a round up of this week’s small pleasures, so important to look for in, … More
This week’s small pleasures #204
This week’s small pleasures comes to you on the first day of my ‘staycation’. I’m taking a week off work … More
This week’s small pleasures #201
Here we are almost at the end of July already, and, bit by bit, the mornings are definitely getting brighter. We have had several days of bright, winter sun, and it looks like a few more days to come as well, which of course always lifts the spirits and gladdens the heart. So without further ado, here are some of this week’s small pleasures
This week’s small pleasures #199
I think that we can all agree that some weeks are better than others, and last week was not a … More
This week’s small pleasures #192
Since last week’s small pleasures post I have gone shopping, eaten out and bought flowers. I know. 6 weeks ago … More
This week’s small pleasures #139
It’s that time again for a round up of a few small pleasures from the week. Coming to you a day early again as I am off up to Rotorua.
This week’s small pleasures #110
It’s been a couple of weeks since I did a small pleasures post, so thought today I would resurrect the … More