Friday, 22 April 2016

This Weeks Smiles ...Week 166

Happy Friday Everybody,

A very quick post from me today as I am popping out shortly to Wendy's house to play in her craft attic.

This evening Hubby's cousin, who has been on a course quite near, is coming and wants to take us out for a pub meal.

So - a lovely start to the weekend.

The daffodils are in a pot in our garden and are called Bethan Sian.  My Hubby collects daffodils and these are one of his favourites.

I'm linking up with Annie's A Stitch in Time blog where she invites us to share our smiles each Friday.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend and I'll be around to visit later.

15 comments:

  1. Those are such a pretty colour Barb....I can see why you love them.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  2. a very cheery picture Barb and what a lovely name they have! Enjoy your pub meal! Hugs rachel x

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  3. What a delicate colour the trumpets are Barb, not surprised it's a favourite of hubby's.

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  4. Wonderful photo Barb. I just love all the daffodils. I collect daffodils too, but I don't know, that they have names.
    Have a lovely weekend.

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  5. Have a wonderful day and enjoy. Love your daffs we have loads here of all sorts but my favourite are the doubles - most unusual. Will try to post a photo tomorrow so that you can see.

    Crafty hugs Pen x

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  6. Very pretty daffs and a lovely name too. Have a nice evening too. Happy Friday, Angela x

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  7. What a great thing to collect! I love daffodils because they are so bright and cheerful and flower at a time when I crave for sunshine and light.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

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  8. Great daff's Barb, a super Spring photograph. Enjoy your playing at Wendy's, sounds like fun.

    Happy crafting, hugs Erika. x

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  9. Ooh those are lovely - what a pretty colour combo. x Jo

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  10. Beautiful daffodils, so sweet!

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  11. Those are beautiful flowers, such delicate colours rather than the zingy colour we associate with them. Cara x

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  12. I love the colour of your daffodils. I had some unusual ones in UK, but they are very rare out here, so I was happy to achieve a couple of plain yellow ones!
    I hope you had a good play in the craft attix, and a great meal out.Kate x

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  13. I agree with your hubby--these are spectacular! thanks for sharing the beautiful picture, Barb!

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  14. Lovely photo..Barb....my daffs have been and gone!....Looks like spring in your garden.....How great to go and play with a crafty friend...hope you enjoyed your lunch....Joolsx

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  15. Wow.. lovely photo. Just gorgeous. I imagine your home and yard to be one a castle like with a garden fit for a king and queen. Thank you for sharing. I hope you had a wonderful lunch, and grand time in the attic with your friend crafting.

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