Thursday, 6 January 2011

One Week...

Seven days...

A New Year...

And a whole lot of this in between.

Happy New Year everyone! Sorry this is a bit late, it has taken me a while to emerge from my wintry coccoon. We had a wonderful Christmas, lazy, long days enjoying each other's company, just as it should be. The house seems very quiet at the moment, not that deliciously muffled silence that blankets you on a snowy, wintry walk but the stillness of rooms that just a few days ago were filled with laughter and chocolate wrappers.
Hope you're all embracing the excitement of January (tongue slightly in cheek here) and, like me, are enjoying having absolute control of the chocolate box!

PS For any of you who might be in envy of me and the old chocolate box, just like to say that I too am left with only the dreaded soft centres for company!


Petit Filoux said...

Happy new year! Yes the weather is decidedly less festive isn't it?!

Rubyred said...

Happy New Year!
Unfortunately there are no chocolates left to have control of, sigh..
Rachel x

bellaboo said...

Happy New year! Have eaten so many chocs over the Xmas period I'm not so tempted by the ones we have left. :0)

Vintage Amethyst said...

*Happy New Year*

Oast Farm said...

Bittersweet isnt it, the first days back at school. Doesnt take long to miss them. We only have the soft centres left so no temptation there yuck!

Cowboys and Custard said...

Happy New Year Milly.. this is a no choc zone (snort) or would be if I could stop eating them!
Hope this year gets better.. and better.
Dottie xx

Lisa said...

Is that the orange and strawberry creams?I can't bear those1
Happy new year to you all.
Lisa x

Sew Recycled said...

Happy New Year my lovely!
Can I say that you did(DID!) have some purple ones left! Nom Nom Nom!

ahomespunyear said...

Hope you have a very happy and creative New year...will be back soon to read more.
Margaret and Noreen

June said...

Happy New Year to you too! I know what you mean about cats and study chairs - one of our cats tries to shove me off! The sheer cheek of it - who is actually in control - I shouldn't ask that question as in our house it is certainly our daughter and animals! I'm last on the pecking order!