Friday 25 March 2016


Could it be an any more apt day for Celebrate to fall on - GOOD Friday?
So here I am joining in with Lexa and the gang and you can too if you click the button below :)
This week, Lexa is celebrating the release of Cloaked in Secrecy by another Celebrate contributor T.F.Walsh
If you want to read my review on this new book you can read it here

The things I am celebrating this week are:

1) Spending time with my family over these past two weeks - I've seen both my children and all of our parents and I am very thankful for that - time is so precious I now realise!

2) Passing my Nordic Walking instructor's course - now I just need to start practising teaching others and I will be able to say I am a proper instructor :)

3) The return to health of one of my cats.  He has been so poorly but is now making a full recovery after special treatment at the vets - where he behaved so well and was so brave he very much impressed everyone there and made them all love him!

Hopefully you too have had a week you wish to celebrate so let me know what special things have happened that have brightened your life.


  1. That's a trio of good news! Congrats on finishing your course. I hope you get to start teaching seniors very soon. And I'm so glad to hear your cat's doing better. Have a great weekend! :)

    1. Thank you, Lexa now that it is truly spring I think there will be even more to celebrate in the coming weeks :)

  2. I agree about how precious it is to spend time with family. Life can change in an instant. Glad you enjoyed your family time. (smile) Blessings and enjoy your weekend!

  3. How nice to spend time with the family! Congrats on the Nordic Walking, and glad to hear your cat is doing well.

  4. I like the sound of Nordic walking. I wonder if anyone around here teaches it? I shall investigate.

  5. Sounds like you have plenty to celebrate this week. Glad your cat has recovered.

  6. Congratulations on passing your course! And I'm glad to hear that your cat is feeling better, it's so easy to feel helpless when they're not feeling well.

  7. These are all such wonderful things to celebrate. I hope your Easter weekend has been lovely too.