Tuesday, 31 December 2013

New Years Eve 2013

Our year began with floods and isolation (post here) and ends in drought ... still feeding the cattle and awaiting the rain to fill the dams, tanks and grow the grasses.

We celebrated the wonderful wedding of DS and DIL in April, (post here) who I will now on refer to as Mr and Mrs C.

In July I promised myself that any ball of wool entering my home would be used and not hidden away in a stash. Pleased to say that only the large variegated mauve ball is left over.

This bundle is a different matter. I think I may have used two of the variegated balls.

But I did spend a lot of time all year complaining that I had no time for craft or sewing so that could be the reason. At least once the cooler weather rolls around I'll have some wool to get knitting with straight away.

So as the hour hand ticks around towards midnight on this last day of 2013 (7.5 hours away) I would like to wish all my lovely friends and wonderful family a

 Happy New Year 

May 2014 be all you want it to be and more.


  1. I hope you have a very happy new year and here's to another year of crafting and friendship
    (and maybe even some Christmas items)

  2. happy and a safe new year Narelle to you and you family.xx

  3. Happy New Year 2014 - may it bring some lovely soaking rain, not the torrential stuff!, to fill your dams and grow your grass...and time to play with that yarn!!

  4. I wish you a very happy New year and may it bring only good things.

  5. Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!

  6. Happy new year, hoping the weather will be kinder and you get more crafting time :)

  7. What a lovely recap of the year! May the next year bring more time for sewing and craft for us all... and rain too :) xxx

  8. And all the very best to you and your family in 2o14 too.
    May blogger never go into shutdown!

  9. Happy New Year.... I hope this year we get to meet up again.... may all your yarn get used!

  10. Oh Narelle just staring at that bundle of yarn you have there is exciting!! Happy knitting, I'm sure there'll be lots of goodies made up.
    Cheers, Anita.