Tuesday, 1 January 2013


Well!  it's 2013, never been too keen on New Years and all the celebrations and fuss.  Not really understood what it is all about.  Sometimes I find it a bit sad to see the end of a year, if it has been particularly good.  But anyway, here we go............

Firstly big problem.  I haven't got a new calender.  It doesn't feel quite right, perhaps I can get one in the sales.  Last years was a free one with Good Food Magazine which was good.  I do object to paying £10 for one from Calender Club.  

Just found a photo scavenger hunt over at Made with Love  thought I might have a go.  You have to take some photos that link to the list for the month and post them on your blog (not sure what happens next!)  I think it will be fun looking for some things and will make some interesting pictures.
This months list includes:  Cold, Warm, mailbox, blue and door, there are 12 all together.

New Year Resolutions???  Have I got any?  Well I might have.

I have one aim and that is grow a carrot that is perfect!  Not nibbled by carrot flies, or slugs or birds.  Long and straight and most importantly EDIBLE

Ok, my resolution, well to find some exercise class that fits in with me, that I like and that I can stick to.  

A big old tree on the field where we go for walks.  These could be my first photo for the scavenger hunt - A VIEW


Val , Kate, The Cute Kitten ,Razzy, Kepsey,Darwin ,Charon and Echo. said...

That tree is amazing...

I too tend to be ambiguous about New Years ..
but what the heck

Happy New Year :0)

greenthumb said...

Thank you so much for putting a link to the Scavgner hunt on my Blog. That's a huge tree. Greenthumb.

Tammy Chrzan said...

Hi there Lizzy! Well I tried to go to the links that you gave me and the one about hearts didn't come up, it says that it's been removed :( and the other one looks very fun! Some of the suggestions for photos were really hard though... Yet still fun!
Thank you for your comments about the patriotism of the UK, I think you're right, there are hardly any British people actually left in London! I'm not racial in any type of way, but the true history of London is in the buildings of London, not in most of the people themselves, as they don't care about the pride of Britain, which is truly sad, if I were givin the opportunity to go to England to live I would be so proud and fly the Union Jack proudly! I did live in England for 4 years, but that was 21 years ago and I need to get outside of London again, I plan on doing that this summer when I visit the UK, I want to go to Corby and Peterborough, York and Bath, I want to go see the true England. What part are you in?

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

I usually get a calendar from Ideal Home or Homes and Antiques magazine, but the shops should start putting them on half price soon!

(I also usually get one with large pictures of whoever my current famous man crush is, just cos the husband enjoys it so ;-) )

Happy New Year!

New Year's Resolutions of the Stars!