Friday, 2 August 2013

Weekly small celebrations



I had a lovely few days with my friend last weekend so I am still celebrating friendship this week. 

Also this week I went up to London to see the musical 'Les Miserables.' It was part of our daughter's birthday present and we have been looking forward to it since we told her about it back in April. The show was fabulous.

When I got back yesterday waiting for me was this;




which I won in a recent giveaway from David Powers King. Thanks David, I'm looking forward to reading it.

Happy weekend everyone.


38 comments:

  1. What a wonderful present for your daughter - and even a delightful present for you on your return. Now that's a great week! :-)

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  2. Les Miserables is a stunning play. I saw it in London many, many years ago. Awesome present for your daughter.

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  3. Don't know if mentioned, Susan, Little Boy on special while stocks last, my bookshop £0.99
    http://caroleannecarr.co.uk

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  4. What a treat to see Les Miserables with your daughter. It sounds like a great trip.

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  5. So this week you're celebrating friendship, family and books!
    All the important ones covered there.
    (It's always the small things in life that turn out to be the big things in the end)xx

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    1. You are so right, Helen. Hope the summer hols are going well x

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  6. Its always nice to celebrate Friendship. Happy reading Suzanne. I too have a few books I won that I have to read.

    What a lovely present you gave your daughter.

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    1. I love having lots of lovely books to read, don't you?

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  7. I'm glad you enjoyed the show :)
    Congratulations on winning the giveaway, free books are always something to celebrate!

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    1. Hi Laura, glad you had a nice holiday.

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  8. Great present indeed and friendship is always a good thing to celebrate

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    1. Friends and family are always worth celebrating :)

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  9. Lots of wonderful things for you to celebrate this week, Suzanne. So glad you enjoyed the show and had the other thing to share with us as well.
    Happy weekend.

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    1. Thanks Deanie, it has been a nice week :)

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  10. Friendship is a wonderful thing to celebrate, and new books are always welcome too :)

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  11. Awesome! Glad the book made it to your door in one piece. :0

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    1. Thanks again, David. So pleased to win your giveaway!

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  12. I've never seen Les Mis - the play or the film. I really want to. Glad you had a great time.

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    1. I saw the film first (think my girls have watched it a dozen times now, they know all the songs by heart!) It is always good to see a live show though.

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  13. Sounds like some good things to celebrate! Musicals are my guilty pleasure, and I have to admit to having seen Les Mis at least 4 times...

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  14. That's one of the shows I'd love to see, along with Phantom of the Opera. The book looks great. Congrats on the win. Writer’s Mark

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    1. Phantom of the Opera was the first West End musical I saw about 22 years ago! It was brilliant.

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  15. How wonderful. A super play and now a super book to enjoy.

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  16. Just after midnight, shall post it later today, Suzanne.

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  17. Just after midnight, shall post it later today, Suzanne.

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  18. I'm surprised at how much I love musicals. Never seen Les Mis though. Must add it to the list.
    Have a great weekend. :-)

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  19. Oooh Les Mis! Excellent choice, and congrats on winning the book.

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  20. My husband surprised me with tickets to see Les Mis for my 50th this year - I thought it was fab too:)
    Suzanne @ Suzannes-Tribe

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  21. Oh wow I'm so envious! It's on my bucket list to see the West End production of Les Mis.

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  22. Glad you enjoyed Les Mis, and getting a good book it like frosting on the cake. Have a good weekend.

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  23. That book looks so pretty, I'd be excited to see it on my doorstep too. :)

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  24. Hi Annalisa .. sounds like the trip was well worth it .. and that you had such a happy time with your friend ..

    Les Mis .. on stage would be such a great show to see - lucky you ..

    I booked to see the Queen's Coronation exhibition .. early September ...

    Cheers Hilary

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