Tonight is New Year’s Eve – 2014. Sounds a bit creepy, isn’t it? Like a Sci-Fi movie or a Ray Bradbury short-story.
Did you have a good 2013? Ours was a waiting-game, a bit frustrating, but I won’t bore you with the details and it’s not something I really like talking about, especially not when the New Year is about to come. I only want to think of positive thoughts and have good vibes, so I’m sharing with you some of my favourite photos of the old year – 2013, before bidding it goodbye.
Our January began with trying to pick/hoover pine needles off our carpet. It took ages before we managed to hoover them all off. Some were really stubborn and stuck beneath our carpet. At one time, I even started picking them up one by one!
Early February little T and F went to Darmoor Zoo (with their parents of course).
Good weather in March took us to the beach in Trebarwith Strand.
The good thing about living near the ocean is that the beach is never far away. So here we are again in April, looking for rock pools to explore at Crackington Haven.
End of May took us to visit a close friend in Brighton. I love Brighton, hope to be back there soon!
Every chance we could get, when the sun was out, we hopped in our cars and met friends at the beach. Here’s little T with her best-friend F, aren’t they the cutest?
This is probably my most favourite photo of 2013. I love the look of pure bliss on little T’s face as she played with F down in the harbour when the tide was so low, the little ones actually had a little beach to play on!
On the 26th of August, our little girl turned 3. This was taken at her birthday picnic in a park in Launceston after a steam-train ride.
In September, we had a visit from a close American friend and had a brief tour around Cornwall, bits of Wales, Bristol, Wiltshire and London.
October of course, our little family of two adults, a little girl, and cat, was joined by a small little pup which little T named Doc.
Which brought us to lots of walks in November.
And lastly, this photo of little T with Father Tudor Christmas at Trerice, National Trust rounds up our photos of 2013. If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll recognise most of the photos I used on the list. Anyway …
Have a lovely New Year everyone!
Hope 2014 brings all of us more love, luck, wealth and most especially good health 🙂
You guys have been the best!
Let’s all be friends again next year and all the years to come 🙂