May your sparklers be long-lasting and your resolutions frivolous. Sending intergalactic good wishes for 2011. Onwards and upwards!
Happy new year!
Superb photo!And thank you for your comment on my blog. I came here to live with my mother (85 years old, far more active than I can be!) as I'd no other options left. She's an avid gardener, so as I lie on the sofa I can look out and look at the trees in the garden...Happy New Year!
Happy new year to you too, Juliet, I look forward to reading more about your badger visits.Nicky, my sparkler model was very cooperative while I tried to get a shot. I was so surprised to see you'd moved here. Welcome, again! I hear you on the 85-year-olds, both my grandmothers are formidably sprightly, I am jealous. Maybe we can expect some garden reports from you? What sort of trees are you looking at? Happy new year!
Gorgeous photo! I see all your latent energy in that firework. Happy New Year, lovely Greenwords. x
Happy New Year!
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