Teetering on the dawning of another new year; a time to look back at what the last 365 days brought us.
So how was 2014 for you? I hope it treated you kindly! Will you be celebrating at the stroke of twelve? Me? Well I’ll be in my PJs, having consumed a takeaway, watching Foyle’s War and eating chocolates; such a rock and roll lifestyle!! :o)
There is something about the New Year that I adore. The blankness of the pages in my diary and a crisp new calendar hanging on the kitchen wall; a whole 365 days worth of potential just waiting for us!
In the most part, with the exception of the blip in the summer with my Mr’s work life, this year has been joyous, filled with family fun, friends and much laughter, and when I compare the ride we’ve had to others close to us, we’ve had it easy, and for that I am thankful, and feel incredibly blessed.
The girls have grown another year older, their little personalities beginning to shine through just a little more each time they grow. C, a book loving, soft hearted, fun loving child, she has been my little rock this year; great company, and such a great conversationalist!
M, my forever baby, cheeky, a giggler, wears her heart on her sleeve and often lives in her own little world.
We’ve been on our adventures with them, had fun, and learnt more than any school could have taught them. Home educating them is a gift and pleasure.
From a productive point of view, it was another bumper jumper year; over 20 woollies knitted and sold to fabulous customers both here and overseas.
I also added more than a few knitting patterns to my collection, so there will be lots more woollies coming in 2015!! Oh to have the time to knit them all :o)
2015 is already shaping up to be another good year. I’ve given up making resolutions, after all, I’ll only end up breaking them. Instead I’ll be making a list of things I hope to do, and places I hope to take those girls of mine.
To each and every one of, thank you for taking the time to read my blog, and for your wonderful comments and kind emails, especially those of you who got in contact over the summer. I genuinely hope that 2015 is kind to you, and that it is everything you hope it will be.