A very Happy New Year to everyone!
Here's hoping that 2012 will be a good year for you all.
Yesterday, I did a little bit of looking back at 2011!
Jan 2011 saw me looking back to 2010; visiting Bygones for another
trip into the past; enjoying the magic of the FA Cup and browsing through
an old baby book...with a new baby about to enter the world!
February was dominated by the arrival of a certain little lady,
Megan Amber, daughter to Helen and Ben.
Thus, we became grandparents!
There was a birthday visit to Bath; a wander around Exeter and a
number of books waiting to be read.
March soon arrived...
Much happened in March!
We played Chess in Torquay!
Nostalgic Mix, Totnes added a new dimension with its
' Guy's Stuff' stall!
Powderham and Widecombe were on the agenda...amongst other things!
Mothering Sunday with my gorgeous son and daughter;
a visit to fairs in Portscatho, Frome and Chipping Sodbury; the wonderful
'Blood Brothers' at the theatre and enjoying the sights of Newton Abbot!
May was about to nudge April out of the way and visit us...
Things were getting interesting in the garden!
Nich left for Canada...leaving me in total charge of his garden!
Hill House was delightful and we came back from a garden fair
at Chagford, laden with vintage, garden goodies!
Roll on June!
We enjoyed a lot in June!
A La Ronde at Exmouth; the pretty village of Kenn; fab Ashburton;
a celebration of 100 years of Decoy Primary school and two vintage fairs
at Tavistock and Chipping Sodbury.
July surely couldn't live up to that?
would push the boat out with their garden displays?
We added a lovely summerhouse to our garden... and Meggy
was growing up fast!!
What did August have in store?
August was pretty! Especially The Garden House!
We did the Portscatho Homespun Fair
and I found myself next to an onion man at
'Vintage in a Teacup'
September was looming.
Rudbeckias at Cockington ; a stroll around Dartmouth.
Autumn had arrived!
Just when I was thinking of giving up blogging...saved by that letter from Gray!
Our Wedding Anniversary was absolutely lovely and we lunched
at The Redcliffe Hotel, by the sea, in the sun!!
There was another fine Vintage Bazaar in Frome.
But November was near...
I treated Meggy to one of Hen's lovely doll's cradles!
So much happened in December that we almost
needed to add to the 31 days in order to fit it all in!
Getting ready for Christmas;
The V&H Christmas fair; an overnight stay in Totnes; Christmas Eve in
Topsham; a visit to the fabulous RAMM; Exeter and Ashburton!
I'm left wondering what 2012 will bring...!
Meanwhile, I wish you all the best for 2012!!