Thursday 13 July 2017

Reasons to be Cheerful - Just regular Life #R2BC

Happy Thursday friends. I'm on countdown to the end of the school year and thankfully we are nearly there. Six school days left and this last week always seems a bit of the fast as the kids are tired and the teachers are tired and not a lot of learning goes on but yet the Government insist the children stay at school!

But I shouldn't really start of an R2BC post by moaning, should I? I've titled this weeks post, just regular life as there is always something good we can find and Candi is our very own example of this.

Pool Party Fun
Over the weekend the girls and I went to a pool party for the children who are coached by people like me who volunteer for the charity TLG (Transforming Lives for Good). We had a wonderful three hours, with the kids all in and out the pool so many times I lost count.

Great Doctors
I'm so grateful for my GP, she is an absolute diamond and is really helping me to investigate my many ailments that I have at the moment. I left her office Monday feeling empowered and read to shift some weight. I am giving Orlistat a go to see if they can help me kick start things.

MRI Complete
Tuesday evening I went for an MRI on my foot as I've had problems for years and it has been suggested I might have a Mortons Neuroma in my foot. I'll be very happy to know one way or another.

Freedom in Christ Appointment
Monday I had a nearly four hour appointment with two wonderful Christian ladies and we started to chat through all the things that have troubled me in my life and still plague me. I really do feel so much freer after us talking (well me talking and praying mostly and them listening, praying and coaching me). I'm not done yet though we have another appointment next Monday and I pray we can finish off the steps, otherwise I'll need to leave it until the kids go back in September to finish it all off (we are working through a 7 step book).

Hungarian Langos
We took our pastoral group out last night and enjoyed some Hungarian langos. If you haven't heard of these before they are traditional Hungarian flatbreads topped or filled with all sorts of wonderful things and normally served as street food. I had a pretty tame one - a cheese, ham and chicken filled lango with some creme fraiche drizzled on the top.

It was my kids first time and they all enjoyed the sweet dessert langos the best. Look at them above, you can see why!

Come and Join In!

I'd love to read your Reasons to be Cheerful and it is as easy as 1, 2, 3 to join in -

1. Link up a post about something that is making you super happy/ grateful. It can be in this style or it can be anything you like - a recipe, a tutorial, a from the heart, a list - it's your blog, you choose

2. Add the #R2BC badge onto your post or blog so that people can easily find the linky and join in too if they fancy

3.  Share the love. This is the really important bit. Please don't just link and run, comment on at least a couple of posts and share with #R2BC

I'll stop by all linked up posts to comment and I'll share on twitter too

Wishing you an amazing week ahead. Be blessed, Mich x

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