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Beauty and the Beast, Small Great Things (again) and a Teacher Just Like You #LittleLoves

Unlike last week when I felt like there’d only been 5 minutes between Little Loves posts, this week felt like such a long one. I had a really lovely day in Birmingham on Saturday  with my friend Sarah, a little bit of shopping, quite a bit of food and a whole load of catching up. Sunday was spent looking around houses again and relaxing.

Rainbow #LittleLovesSarah and I Birmingham Shopping #LittleLoves

I was out with friends for dinner Monday, went for a run with friends Tuesday, cinema and dinner again on Wednesday then a late-night meeting Thursday. No wonder I’m exhausted and very ready for a  weekend!

This week I…

Read

Small Great Things. I could hardly put it down. I loved it. I’m a huge fan of Jodi Picoult and the way she writes. I love how you get the story from many different view points, reliving lots of moments through the eyes of several characters, and that there is always a twist at the end just when you think everything has been worked out. It was a really though provoking read and I’d really recommend it.

Small Great Things #LittleLove

Watched

A tale as old as time… Oh my goodness how good is Beauty and the Beast. I LOVED it and cant wait to see it again. I forgot how such a lovely story it is and how many great songs there are too. I was worried that I just wouldn’t love it as much as the original, or that Emma Watson wouldn’t do Belle justice, but it was just perfect.

Made

A display at school with the rest of the reception team, we’re pretty pleased with how it turned out!

South America Culture Week Early Years Display #LittleLoves

Wore

My running kit, trying to make it a habit!

Heard

The horribly sad news about the terror attack in London. Its so awful and scary and overwhelming. I cant even get my head around it. I guess in weeks like these its especially important to feel grateful for our loved ones and the little things that brighten up our days.

Then yesterday we were talking about what we’d like to be when we grow up and a little girl in my class said ‘a teacher just like you’ and that really warmed my heart (the same child who complimented me on my moustache a few weeks ago, all is forgiven!)

And lastly…

I’m off to my parents’ this weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day. Happy Mother’s Day to you!

Beautiful Flowers #LittleLoves

I hope you all have a good week. I’m linking up with the lovely Morgana at Coffee Work Sleep Repeat for this week’s #LittleLoves and am looking forward to reading about what everyone else has been loving this week too.

Little Loves Coffee Work Sleep Repeat

Thanks for popping by,

Kimberley x

7 thoughts on “Beauty and the Beast, Small Great Things (again) and a Teacher Just Like You #LittleLoves

  1. I’m so jealous you got to see Beauty and the Beast, my teen went, but i was subjected to Lego Batman instead! I’ve got that book on my kindle wishlist, you’ve just convinced me I definitely need to read it. Ha ha your class sound like right little characters! Have a lovely weekend at your parents x

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  2. I cannot wait to see Beauty and The Beast!! Its been an awful week news wise hasn’t it? Will have to give the book a try! Sounds good. Have a wonderful weekend. Popping over from #littlelove

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  3. I’m also reading Small Great Things and am such a huge fan of Jodi Picoult. It’s a gripping read; I just wish there was more time to spend reading it! 🙂 #LittleLoves

    Helen x

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  4. Glad you enjoyed Small Great Things, it really is a though-provoking read. Your display is impressive! Love that your student complimented you this week, it makes it so rewarding doesn’t it? Enjoy your weekend xx

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  5. Sounds like a wonderfully busy week! Another book for my wishlist and I am very jealous you’ve seen beauty and the beast. I am desperate to see it but we have a house full of lurgy – except me and everyone needs looking after! Have a great rest of he week x

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