Right then, now the unashamed grovelling is out of the way, hope you all had a great Christmas with family, friends and loved ones and don't now feel the impending guilt of over-indulgence. After all, think of it as supporting the economy - the alcohol, chocolate and general, fattening foods economy that is!
|The snow was pretty to look at but I'm|
begging you snow Gods - quit it now!
Even the shopping trip to the supermarket to collect Tarquin (the turkey) and other goodies went smoothly. Normally it resembles something between shopping in a war zone and a third world country with empty shelves and trolley rage but the shelves were full and the customers seemed just grateful to be out of the house and able to stock up for Christmas dinner (which someone once described as just a normal roast dinner but with hats on - hmm, I'll get back to you on that one!)
Now all the family have returned home and hubby is trying to get back to some normal working patterns (even though most people don't seem to be returning to work until January) so it has gone from a full house to just me and the cats.... it is normal but really feels strange and quiet!
So New Year is upon us and I feel confident that it will be a great year. I have decided to approach the new year with a positive outlook and plan to 'retire' some designs and introduce new ones so if you have requests of what you would like to see, please e-mail them to me at email@example.com
I am starting to fill in the calendar with events for 2011 and will update my online list as soon as I have confirmed dates. Already it looks like 2011 will be busier than 2010 and that was pretty busy!!
So, I hope you all have a very Happy New Year and that all your dreams and wishes come true. Maybe 2011 is the year I finally will win the lottery...... If I do, I'll certainly let you know!
|Happy 2011 Everyone!|