And what a year - we have lost loved ones, I have become employed again, we have celebrated the amazing Diamond Jubilee and the even more amazing and fantastic Olympics, stayed in a yurt, gone on a cruise, visited a glacier, had big birthdays and smaller but no less significant birthdays, my little one is now a big schoolgirl and my bigger one has attained the dizzy heights of Juniors, the veg crop and all things garden failed miserably and we have had more rain than we ever thought possible. I will be saying goodbye to the 2012 with a certain amount of sadness but who knows what 2013 may bring - let us hope it brings some smiles and happiness to many people. I may even continue with another Project 52 for another year - but I haven't quite decided yet.
In the meantime here is my last picture for 2012 and we have come full circle as of course the most important event this week was Christmas! We spent Christmas at my Mums with the rest of the family as this felt right after the loss of my dear step-father earlier this year. This was the first time we had spent Christmas Eve there in many years and so the first the girls had hung their stockings by the big fireplace. (I'm pretty sure they both still believe too and I will do pretty much anything to make sure that continues for as long as possible.) I hope you all had a lovely and happy Christmas and here's to 2013 bringing much joy and happiness (and hopefully a bit more sunshine!)
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