I started to review my blogging year but realised that it wasn't all going to fit into one post so first of all a very quick catch up from July onwards!
We started the month at our caravan and walked along the shore at Arnside.
Elizabeth was hosting at AJJ with her Summertime Love theme and my journal pages were all entries for that.
Theses were two of my favourites
I also made some birthday cards and some tags
The bees were loving my overgrown mint plant..
By the time August came I was a little busy…two trips to prepare for, so much of my crafting time was taken with getting ahead with projects for scheduled DT posts
I did make some journal pages though..
..for Jo's Poetry In Motion theme at AJJ
..and we had some day trips out..
..to Dunham Massey..and Furness Abbey.
Hubby booked a trip away for our Anniversary too!
I also made a little book, which I keep on display at home
September came at last..we were off to France!
The scheduled posts came up..
..and I managed to show some of our photos of our trip via my phone!
Most of October blog posts were about our trip, and I still have more..if you would like to see them!
I did manage some that weren't...
..but I was preparing for my month of hosting at AJJ in November!
I can't remember how many pages I made but it was quite a few…these are some of my favourites
We did manage an outing too, where I saw a whole field of my favourite sheep - Herdwicks (yes,I really do recognise quite a few breeds of sheep)
December, well of course it was Christmas cards, the 12 tags of Christmas Challenge, which I completed just in time(I made Christmas Cards)and my birthday I will show you photos of the scenes at
Dunham, which you can compare here and earlier in this post if you wish!
I am going to show you a new photo for T Stands For Tuesday so I have my fingers crossed!
We went to the cinema last Friday to see the new version of Jumanji!
Before we went, we met our grandchildren and my son for a quick lunch at Proper Tea(the place we like by the cathedral)I have never seen it so busy!
Grandson and I both chose cheese and ham croissant, my drink was, of course, an Americano while he had a coke!
As for the film, most of us enjoyed it! There are some very funny one liners! It is nothing like the original Jumanji though!
Thanks for looking, Chris