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Some good news this afternoon. My friend’s daughter, Sally, has awoken from her coma and is breathing unaided. She will have a long journey of recovery ahead but is making small steps of progress every day.
We will be celebrating New Year’s Eve at home. Paul is cooking pizza and we have plenty of booze and films to watch (Sarah and Kat are making serious inroads into our stash of French wine). I suspect I may be asleep on the sofa by midnight. I’m hoping there won’t be too many fireworks going off in the neighbourhood, Rick was spooked by one a few nights ago and ran hell for leather all the way home with Paul hanging grimly on to the other end of his leash.
I shan’t be sorry to say goodbye to 2017 although it’s been fairly kind to Paul and me. Highlights of the year were our trip to Spain, adopting Rick and having the girls stay with us in France during the summer. Next year is going to be a challenge, our search for a new home in the UK will be both exciting and daunting. I’m sure we will have some problems and big decisions to make along the way.
On a lighter note I have been awarded a commendation by Yorkshire Pudding’s Laughing Horse Awards – such fun!
May I take this opportunity to thank all my readers for following my blog and wish you all a very Happy New Year!
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Good to see that Buddy is spending New Year's Day surfing. I guess there's not much call for surfboards in Wiltshire. Happy New Year Sue!ReplyDelete
Could be waves on the Devizes Crammer tonight with Storm Dylan on the way. Happy New Year Mr Pudding!Delete
Happy New Year Sue. Congratulations on finding Rick this year, and may you have the same good fortune with house hunting. All the best and look forward to hearing all about it on the blog next year. RachelxxReplyDelete
Also great news about Sally. The coma will have aided some healing hopefully.xxDelete
Happy New Year Rachel. I hope we share some laughs on our blogs next year. xDelete
Happy new year, Sue! Great news on Sally!ReplyDelete
Happy New year Silver Willow. Yes, it is excellent news about Sally.Delete
Happy new year Sue.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Yael xDelete
Good luck on your house hunt and hope 2018 is good for you and your family.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Happy New Year!Delete
Happy New Year! Good luck with the house search.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Gaynor!Delete
I am so happy you've started this blog; it's fun to read, I love your sense of humour, and the award is well deserved!ReplyDelete
Best wishes for a positive 2018 to all your family Sue, and to Rick, such a wonderful addition.
Greetings Maria xxx
Thank you Maria. Happy New Year to you!Delete
Happy New Year to you all Sue. May 2018 bring you all everything you wish for.ReplyDelete
Inca and me xx
Thank you, Happy New Year xDelete
A Happy New Year to you all! You have entertained, informed and shared such a lot this year. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year xDelete
Still a few hours until we ring in the New Year but best wishes for 2018 to you and family, Sue. Love your funny blog! I will be asleep by midnight!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Chris! (I was in bed by 11.00)Delete
Happy New Year sue. Hope 2018 is a good one for you and yours.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Helsie!Delete
As you might imagine, the new year arrived without too much flourish here in Lumberjack. It was 13 C here yesterday, and we were out and about in T Shirts. Happy new year to you all, Cro xReplyDelete
Can't wait to get back. Happy New Year Cro xDelete