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2012

Well here we are.
The year that our family has been talking about for a long time...


We usually stay in & celebrate the new year quietly, but this year Sime has been persuaded to join up with local musicians in performing at the village hall!
So we are venturing out for a change & there may even be fireworks on the beach later...


We are wishing for a beautiful & positive year ahead.
 Filled with laughter, perfect health, peace & happiness for us all.

Happy New Year!

Love Kay & Sime xx

Comments

pattypan.2 said…
Happy New Year to you both - have a fab time - mine will just be a quiet evevening in no doubt seeing in the New Year on my own as usual. Enjoy and have a good one

Pattypan

xx
Mum said…
Hi, I arrived here on a blog hop and have enjoyed reading about your activities. Enjoy your party!
Love from Mum
xx
Catherine said…
I hope you two have lots of fun tonight and 'kick up your heels' a bit! :)
All the best to you and your family in the New Year!
xo Catherine
Anonymous said…
Happy New Year!!

I will be celebrating quietly at home. I probably won't be awake at midnight.

I hope 2012 is a wonderful year for you both and your family. Can't wait to read all about it.
freerangegirl said…
I'm coming to your village hall next year if you've got REM playing, happy new year to you all, have a great 2012 x

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