"Live Like There's No Tomorrow,
Love Like You've Never Been Hurt,
and Dance Like No One Is Watching"
.... Lindsay Kolb.
That's it then, the celebrations are all over for another year, so now it's back to normality. Let's hope that all the goodwill that has been around for the past couple of weeks will stay with us all, throughout 2011.
Like most of you I suspect, I've been wondering what I can blog about this year. I have noticed, whilst nosing at other people's Blogs, that several of them have picked on one word and they are going to go with that theme throughout the year. Gosh, I wish them well. Others are going to have a photograph a day, which sounds like quite a good idea, because I love looking at all the photos that are posted, and I do like taking photos myself.
I guess I will just carry on, trying to think of random things each day to write about. AND, I've got my trump card up my sleeve - inviting other people to write a guest blog for me!!! (Bet you thought I'd forgotten about that little wheeze, didn't you?!).
I was really pleased that, on New Year's Day, it actually felt a bit warmer here in Devon, compared to the bitterly cold weather that we have been having, so I was able to get out in the garden for a few hours, to generally try to tidy up a bit, and cut back things that needed it. It's looking a bit sorry for itself out there at the moment, I must admit, all sad and forlorn.
But that's the beauty of nature, because I know that, around February time, little buds will start appearing everywhere, our spirits will lift with the days getting just that little bit longer each week, and a new season will soon be upon us.
To try to spread a little warmth around in these winter days, I have decided to post a few photos of my holiday in Cyprus in the summer of last year, where I went with my daughter, son-in-law and eldest granddaughter. I hope that the blue skies will help to brighten your day just a little!