Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Basking, balmy blogging.



I've been on holidays for the past week and a half and have done nothing.
Delicious nothing.
Eating, sleeping, reading, going for the occasional walk and maybe a bit of shopping thrown in.
That's it.
We've gone nowhere and done nothing.
And it's been heaven.

All this relaxing has made me quite lazy and I've not taken a single photo.
I've been languorous, supine and downright remiss.
Hence an old photo from Christmas Day 2008.
Sister and I looking at the water and pondering what the future would bring.......
In reality we were probably talking about husbands, kids and housewifey things.
But I digress.

Tomorrow is new years eve and time for reflections and resolutions (well for some of us anyway).
Wherever you are and whoever you are with,
I hope you have a fun and happy new year.
May 2015 bring you much much joy :)

I shall be back in the new year with new photos, whimsicals and bad poetry for all ;)

Taken by hubby - Bribie Island, 2008 

14 comments:

  1. What a lovely place to sit!

    Happy New Year!

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  2. Happy New Year to you too! And i'll look forward to 2015's posts. Bad poetry? It's not bad at all. I love it!

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  3. William - it certainly was, and the company was lovely too.

    Mary - Oh I have a fan! ;)

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  4. This is a lovely shot. So nice to have a real vacation. Relaxing and doing nothing unless you want to is perfect! See you next year.

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  5. I'm so relaxed I'm almost comatose :)

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  6. Just stumbled across your blog, and decided to become your newest follower! Happy new year to you.

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  7. Looks like the perfect way to spend a day.

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  8. Debs, All that nothingness does sound heavenly. I love the richness of your writing. Happy New Year.

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  9. happy new year!!!!!!! hugs, angie from germany

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  10. There's nothing wrong with doing nothing - from the little I remember of it! Let me add my belated New Year Wishes.

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  11. Thank you Paulita, Angie and John. Spending 2 weeks doing nothing was such a rare joy. Usually holidays are spent at hubby's 100 mile per hour sightseeing schedule.

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