Wednesday, 28 May 2014

52 Lists / Twenty Two



Joining in with Emma at Made In Hunters and her 52 Lists project.

This week: List the things that warm your heart

Being brought a mug of tea in bed on my day off

Brina jumping on me for a cuddle at bedtime or in the morning

Hearing about my godchildren's achievements - they're growing up fast

A beautiful sky. It doesn't have to be sunny just amazing.

That moment of calm on Christmas Eve when the shops have closed and there's no more rushing about to be down. It's time for special family moments.

Pimms Friday on the first Friday evening of Wimbledon

Having my Nursery children run up to me, desperate to tell me something exciting

Seeing hearts and speech bubbles pop up on my Instagram

Getting notifications of blog comments

Dancing all evening

Giving friends and family gifts and watching their face as they open them

Talking to cats in the street

Wandering around a National Trust house or garden

Having everything ticked off on my to-do list

Making proper tea in a teapot

 Having a baking whilst listening to the radio afternoon

Hearing the sound of the sea

Sitting at the top of a hill with a beautiful panoramic view

The English countryside and dreams of living in it

Half an hour just to sit and read a magazine

Getting into bed and finding it's already warm and cosy

What warms your heart?

I hope something warms you this week because it's so so cold. 
I'm hating it being a grey, wet half term and to top it all off I'm in school all this week making a kick-start on my reports: 13 written, 59 to go!
Have a good rest of the week. I hope the weekend brings you some sunshine! x

2 comments:

  1. Anything tea related warms my heart!! And I can imagine it's adorable to have little ones eager to share stuff with you. Loved this weeks prompt, it's always nice to remember what makes us content.
    M x Life Outside London

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  2. I don't know how I missed this post - it's lovely! I, too, am thrilled by the sound of the sea, blog or instagram recognitions and baking. It also warms my heart when my children are kind to each other, good news comes in the mail (wedding, birth or graduation announcements) or I learn that I have brought cheer to someone in some small way.

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