Happy New Year!

I’ve been absent from blogging for a while, but wanted to do a quick post to wish my blog readers all the best for 2014, and many thanks for all the likes and comments I have received over the past year, all very much appreciated.

I haven’t made any resolutions, but I do intend to revamp my blog a little at some stage, but it won’t be quite yet!

I don’t have a fireworks photo, but here is an image I took with my iPad last evening….




  1. Wish you all the best for the New Year!

  2. Suzanne

    Happy New Year Sue. Thank you too for all the visits to my blog and the comments you have left.

  3. Sorry you’re not well …
    well you have to be poorly, there’s no sign there was ever any wine in those glasses. 😉
    C u soon. x

  4. I wish you and yours a happy new year Susan!

  5. Lovely mood! Better late than never! Happy New Year.

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