Happy Friday

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:11 AM in
Both challenges are at their end, so I was wondering what to do next? I have already 3 weekly specials, the quote Monday, the High and Low Wednesday and he GBE2 experience. Somehow I thought that one more special will be fun and decided that I will call it Happy Friday. Friday is usual a reason to be have cheerful feelings, the weekend is ahead, people are relaxed and are starting to chill. I will choose either a photo, a thought, an event. Something that makes me happy. Today I had an easy task, I downloaded the grill pictures from yesterday's party and found this one with Pascal and hid dad (our friend). Isn't it pure happiness?

Have a lovely weekend!



What a lovely idea to celebrate Happy Fridays...I hope ALL your Fridays will be happy :)

@Karen - yes, it is indeed, and I hope you will have a wonderful Friday!
@Desiree - me too, but at least each day has a happy moment!

Happy Friday sounds good to me, Claudia! Lovely photo of your friend. Hope you have a super weekend and that the sun is also shining over there as well!

@Diane - yes, the summer is definetly here! Having great time with mom and granny! Ca't wait to see your pics!

It's great to celebrate the good things of life. Lovely photo of father and son.

@Belle - thank you! Glad you liked it!

Sorry I missed Friday on your blog but have an awesome weekend. And what a cutie! Happy Saturday!

@Trinista - thank you, happy weekend for you as well!

I do like the idea of Happy Fridays! Happy any day is good for me! Lovely photo :)

@Gawgus - thank you! Hope you are having a nice weekend!

Congratulations! You won the Overlord award. Pop by my place to collect it ;)

Congratulations! You won the Overlord Award. Pop by my place to pick it up :))

@Gil - thank you :) Will think of something!
@Karo - thanks :)

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