May this new year
be the best year by far,
and may this year bring with it
endless joy and happiness….
and many smiles to you!
I hope you always find a reason to smile!
This is part of Trent’s weekly smiles.
In my Choir we are going to learn a new track.
I had to smile when I heard it and such lovely words:
Music by Charles Chaplin, Lyrics by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons
Smile, though your heart is aching
Smile, even though it’s breaking
When there are clouds in the sky
you’ll get by
If you smile through your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
You’ll see the sun come shining through
Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness Although a tear may be ever so near
That’s the time you must keep on trying
Smile what’s the use of crying
You’ll find that life is still worthwhile
If you’ll just
©Copyright 1954 by Bourne Co. Copyright Renewed All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured
Light your face up with a smile,
and you’ll see the sun shining!
Link up your smile here:
Weekly smiles come via Trent’s blog.
As you all know I love my dancing.
we are preparing for an Exam in March,
and I am learning 3 Tap dances for that.
On our last session this week I got my second dance mistake free.
Yes, I nailed that one.
That made me smile and soooo happy!
…and there is always a lot to smile!
This was brought through Trent‘s blog
The cat in the hat…… ?
no .. in the drawer…
…that made me smile !
Thomas makes us smile often,
he finds so many cosy places to relax.
This smile was brought to you via Trent’s weekly smile.
After a hard days work,
and a cold day,
this made me smile:
a surprise parcel from my sister.
It is full of wonderful goodies for the Advent time!
Thank you to my wonderful sister.
Brighten up the day with a smile for someone.
Show someone, you care.
give a hug,
a kind word,
And as December comes
so does the snow in Cyber blogging world.
Don’t forget your cyber scarf
and wrap the blog community
in warmth and love!
Sending all cyber friends
my love and
Add your smile please !
This post was brought to you via Trent’s world’s weekly smile
Is it not wonderful to smile so much?
There is a picture on my computer (when it goes to sleep)
and it changes every second day or so.
There are amazing pictures of nature, famous sites, animals etc.
The picture this week made me smile.
I do love sloths and this one has
a sweet smile too.
Here are some interesting fun facts about sloths:
- Sloths have a four-part stomach that very slowly digests the tough leaves they eat, it can sometimes take up to a month for them to digest a meal. Digesting this diet means a sloth has very little energy left to move around making it one of the slowest moving animals in the world.
- Sloths can move along the ground at just 2 m (6.5 ft) per minute! In the trees they are slightly quicker at 3 m (10 ft) per minute.
- Sloths can extend their tongues 10 to 12 inches out of their mouths.
- The sloth has very long, sharp, and strong claws that they use to hold on to tree branches. The claws are also their only natural defense against predators.
- Sloths usually only leave the tree they live in to go to the toilet once a week on the ground. This is when they are most vulnerable to being attacked by their main predators such as jaguars, the harpy eagle and snakes.
- Two-toed sloths are nocturnal, being most active at night. While three-toed sloths are diurnal which means they are most active during the day.
- It used to be thought sloths slept for 15 to 20 hours a day. However, its now believed they only sleep around 10 hours a day.
My most favourite sloth is though
Sid the sloth from Ice Age
such a fun, smiley, positive guy
who can resist his smile…. ?