Surprises can be nice or nasty or we can simply surprise ourselves by something we achieve or say.
Whilst on a family holiday in Turkey, a nice surprise awaited us when we returned back to our hotel room after a day at the beach.
As well as the usual job of making up our beds, the room attendant had gone to the trouble of laying out clean towels in a wonderfully artistic way and adorning them with flowers and petals.
In Kenya I surprised myself by allowing a giant millipede to pose for a photo on my hand. There is a first time for everything; a last too.
To see a Stagecoach bus in Kenya came as surprise to my hubby and I, I’m not sure why we should have been, but I clearly remember that we were.
My son made me laugh with surprise when he shouted for me to take his photograph on our Corfu holiday.
I turned around to take his photo and saw that he had gained a new head. Thankfully it was only temporary and he found his own again soon after. He is such a creative little soul and himself a total surprise. A nicer surprise than he, I could never wish to have.