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The Best Job In The World


We've had lovely warm sunshine today.

It's been an absolute pleasure spending the day in such beautiful surroundings & we never take any of it for granted... 
We may work incredibly hard, but it beats being employed in social care.

It's days like today, that make us realise how lucky we are to be here, to have taken the opportunities that came our way & not only feel satisfied that we did make the right decisions, but are continuing to do so.

We are filled with excitement about the changes we are making business wise & feel it's going to be a great year!

Linking in with Jane's View From My Window
Here's Our Thursday view  & our usual double act!

Bye for now,

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Jane and Chris said…
WOW! WOW! WOW!..I want to have that view..it's gorgeous!!!
Jane x
Kath said…
Enjoy it all, no-one deserves it more than you xx
Anonymous said…
I agree with Jane, it's a beautiful view! So nice that you're getting some sun, too. You're very lucky to love what you do! :)
Scarlet said…
That's an amazing view.You deserve all the happiness that comes your way. x
You live in a little part of heaven, especially on a sunny day!

So excited about all the changes you are making to your business.

Sft x
Catherine said…
Wishing you all the success in the world!
Such a lovely blue sky and water!
xo Catherine

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