Wanne see a funny postcard? I received this one from Finland and it is by well known Finnish illustrator Inge Löök.
Yes, it's the naughty aunties again. They always make me smile. And today is all about smiles. Please join us at Annie's A Stitch In Time to share your smiles, your silver lining and your glass that is half full (rather than half empty).
The stamp was nice too:
I'm also joining Virginia with Rocking Your World Friday and telling you all what sort of a week I've had.
Last Friday I made a mean fish pie as we had bought some smoked haddock in the English shop on the coast on our last campervan outing. (Can't get smoked fish in Spain, they don't seem to like it).
Also on Friday I booked a ferry from Portsmouth to Santander.
We weren't going to book our return journey and just see how our trip to the UK would pan out. But I saw an offer of 249 pounds sterling for a car, two passengers and an outside cabin. That is a very good price for a 28 hour crossing. So I'm very pleased with myself.
I can't remember what I did Saturday. I think I did some scrapbooking, which I can't show you as it is a friend's wedding album.
Sunday was a fab day. I am a member of the local village photoclub, and it was our turn to host a gettogether of the clubs in the province. It was also the first time I participated in club activities and I was a bit apprehensive as I didn't know anyone. But I needn't have worried, everybody made me feel very welcome.
We met outside the town hall and had the group photo taken.
Just a stroll through the village
And then a great meal at a local restaurant.
At the end of the day there was a photo exhibition.
That was a really lovely day.
The rest of the week was quite mundane. I started a new jigsaw: El Rastro Madrid. El Rastro is a market and I'm sure I'm going to have fun doing this one.
Yesterday I went to the hospital for my oncology check-up. I got the all clear for another year! Woohoo! That was definitely my biggest smile!
Now for some funnies:
That's it from me this time. Have a lovely weekend.