It’s 5 on Friday time.
Some real pearlers in this edition.
It’s been a huge and very tough week. We said farewell to my wonderful Granny Marie on Monday. It was harder than I thought but the wounds are slowly healing and she is at peace now and re-united with my Granddad so we are all very happy for her. Tomorrow we set her free and will celebrate her life together as a family.
The limbo is over. Her next journey begins.
I had not added the latest installment for Beauty and Disruption for a while. This week seemed to be an appropriate time to revisit it and here is the latest installment about the time I lost Adam.
I had a mild drama with my daughter that taught me not to let my guard down.
Special mention to Zanni Louise over at My Little Sunshine House for this post on facebook. It’s so important to appreciate the things you have. You might have to like her to check it out. Happy birthday Zanni!
So here are the top 5.
5. I first heard the word Horchata on a Vampire Weekend song and so my interest was instantly piqued when I came across this post from Almost Fearless. This looks yummy. I wan’t to drink it. Perhaps I better make it first. The pictures made me thirsty and it’s an all original recipe. Check it out.
4. I couldn’t decide which of these posts I liked best from Big Brucey over at Big Family Little Income so I just threw them both in. They are both hilarious – as usual. A crappy game of tag and The old soak. Have a laugh on Brucey. There are alot of people doing the same at the moment.
3. Here is a moving post about dancing, trials and the loss of a worry free childhood from Kim over at Falling Face First.
2. I enjoyed this post from David writing at I-Village. A refreshing look at parenting and the deception of social media. I love human beings. Good to come across them once in a while ;). Very funny David. Very funny. David’s own website is www.christoradio.com
1. I was driving down the wet freeway this morning and I saw a motor bike speeding along and lane splitting. Ooh I hope you get caught for speeding. I really do. Then I saw a speeding 4WD twisting and swerving past other cars. I hope you crash. Then I thought Oh no, is Karma going to get me for wishing bad karma on those other guys? Then remarkably I read this post from Tegan at Musings of the Misguided and thought… yeah that’s definitely how Karma should work. Shame on me.
Great post Tegan! You are number ONE!
DO NOT MISS these other brilliant reads that I came across this week.
Stephen Fry on his own depression.
The Art of Manliness on Civility on-line.
And here is that song I mentioned earlier: