Friday, 20 May 2022

Friday Fun Day with Smiles.

 Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Angela here again to show you what I've been up to this week.

First we're in the park.


Lots of activity in the park this week.


Got to get things just right.


Some already have chicks.


Which is keeping dad busy.


And before you know it the chicks are up and about.


Maisie's not been walking very well recently so just Stan today.


The swans came over to see us with their new family this week.


The cygnets are so sweet and proud parents too.

And now back home.


I love this but it's probably only here temporarily but thought you might like to see it. 

And so to the garden..........


More wisteria out today, it looks white here but is actually pink.


Now this is one big snail!


Just hope he keeps off my lovely plants.


Pretty or what.


The small white fish with the red head is this year's new pond member.

And before I go a few Dog funnies.





See you all again soon.

Have a great weekend everyone and
 thanks for stopping by.

And if you would like some more smiles you just need to pop over to see what our other friends have been doing this week at Annie's for
"This Week's Smiles" and you can also share your  smiles too.

Angela x

8 comments:

Annie said...

I always love to see the new life in the park...the little fluffy chicks are so cute. Your garden is looking lovely...I love this time of year. The funnies made me chuckle...thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Annie x

Lisca said...

Cygnets again! Is it the same couple of swans? I heard they mate for life.
What beautiful wood art on your wall. It looks oriental
(Indian?) Why is it temporary? Tell me more...
Oh your flower pots are gorgeous. I hope that huge snail keeps away.
The dog funnies had me chuckling, especially the 'dogs and alcohol'.
Have a lovely weekend,
Hugs,
Lisca

mamapez5 said...

The cygnets and moorhens chicks are so lovely. A great reminder that life moves on.
I am sorry Maisie isn't up to walking. Our Kim isn't either but I have put him on a strict diet (he isn't impressed!), and I am hoping if he sheds a bit of weight, we may be able to do short walks again.
The new fish looks happy enough in his new pond.
I love the new wisteria.
Have a good week
Kate X

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Hello dear friend. Sorry I'm so late visiting. I have been offline since early Friday morning when a lightening strike took out the transformer in my neighborhood. Nearly 20,000 homes were affected.

Life in the park is moving at record speed and now the adorable cygnets are following parents around.

Sorry to read about Maisie. I hope this is just temporary.

Your wisteria is lovely. I wish it grew here.

Nice to see the new fish is acclimating to its new pond.

I HATE slugs and snails. They give me the creeps. I had to look away (grin). It would not have lived if I had found one in my garden.

Have a great rest of the weekend, dear.

Crafting With Jack said...

Has Maisie got arthritis? I hope she feels better soon. This week Jack has been reluctant to get up out of his bed, it was a bit of a shock the first time he did it,but he is walking fine. Do the sea object to the dogs being in the vicinity? It looks a lovely park for a walk. The wisteria looks lovely,the slug not so much! Hugs Angela

Sue said...

Wow that is one big snail!I do hope Maisie is feeling better. Take care and have a great week, Sue xx

Win Dinn, Artist said...

Lovely to see those little chicks. . . there's something magical about spring's crop of new life, isn't there?

I sure hope that Maisie is OK - seems strange to see Stan without her.

As always, love the funnies and that last one in particular had me in stitches! 🤣 xo

Crafty Claire said...

Having a catch up with posts. Lovely to see the updates from the park and the garden. I hope Maisie is OK xx

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