#100HappyDays Continued – Days 314 – 320

Another week of photos for your viewing pleasure. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed each moment.

Day 314 – May 16, 2015: My happy moment today was playing with my camera in the rain. The actual rain didn’t make me happy, but trying to get this photo of rain drops did!

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Day 315 – May 17, 2015: A morning of bird watching with Mr. MPB and Sadie made me happy. We went to a nearby conservation area in hopes of getting a few great photos and my favourite photo of the day is this Wilson’s Phalarope (I think).

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Day 316 – May 18, 2015: Dippy eggs and soldiers! A yummy way to start a bonus day off.

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Day 317 – May 19, 2015: Mr. MPB came up with a meal made entirely out of Chinese left overs and vegetables we had on hand. My happy moment was not cooking and enjoying a creative meal.

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Day 318 – May 20, 2015: A quick morning break from work to inspect our vegetable garden.  On days like today, working from home sure does make me happy.

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Day 319 – May 21, 2015: Today was just an all-around happy day. First, a visit to the zoo with some out of town friends. Second, knitting in the backyard in the sunshine. Third, an evening bike ride. Fourth, a great dinner.

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Day 320 – May 22, 2015: We went for an evening walk in a park we found cycling the night before. Looking around we had no idea we were even in the city. We had a great time together exploring.

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Wishing everyone splendid happy moments!

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33 Comments on “#100HappyDays Continued – Days 314 – 320

  1. Oh look at you knitting! That scrounging Chinese meal looks delicious, as does the soft boiled egg- my favourite! Those raindrops on the leaf too- wow what a great photograph! Your last pic is sweet and a subtle look into who you two are.

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  2. Wonderful photos. I love soldier and eggs. Growing up my friends dad was from the UK and he would always make us this for breakfast with some yummy tea. Brings back memories!! 🙂

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    • I never had this growing up, it wasn’t until Mr. MPB introduced me to it as an adult that I fell in love with them. Oh and they are so easy to make that they are great for a quick breakfast. 🙂

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  3. Your images are getting better all the time – you must be practicing heaps 😉 I especially love the first two 🙂

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    • Thank you so much! Mr. MPB came up with the idea of the shadow photo – he’s so cleaver and cute sometimes!! It was a really hard photo to take as I was trying to hide the camera in my shadow, but I think it turned out pretty well. It was fun trying to get it right. 🙂

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  4. I LOVE that last picture!!! What is that egg meal you have a pic of? It looks…interesting lol! (I have issues with eggs…if I’m not craving them, they make me nauseous. I’m strange, I know!)

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    • Soft boiled egg and toast cut into thin straps. You lightly crack the top of the soft boiled egg off and then dip the toast strips into the soft runny yellow yolk. Then you use a small spoon to dig out the white of the egg and eat it last. Mr. MPB adds some pepper to his egg, I do not. Evidently it’s an old traditional British dish that he learned from his grandpa. It’s so easy to make!! Of course you might only want it on a day you are craving eggs! 🙂
      I love that list picture too. I’m happy I have it now that we took it. 🙂

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      • Interesting. Maybe once we have our house I’ll try it! Though I have no idea how to cook a soft boiled egg…lol!!

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      • You should try them! they are so easy and quick too.
        Lightly place the eggs in boiling water for 6 minutes. Then transfer them into a bowl of ice for a couple minutes. Crack open the top carefully and start dipping. We put our eggs in a shot glass to hold them vertical for dipping. If you try them let me know how they turn out. 🙂

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  5. There are some beautiful memories here! Love the shadow pic. The MT and I have been heading to a nearby park on the river with a duck/geese pond lately to feed them and watch the goslings grow up. Your duck picture brought back those memories and made me smile. Thank you!

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  6. Goodness! Your pictures are always so flawless and beautiful! You could seriously have a career here 🙂

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