Sunday, January 1, 2012

Best Wishes For 2012!

We were out for a drive yesterday and this caught my eye from the passenger side window. This guy was prepared for any possibility! I had to take a picture. It’s was just too funny.

Roadside email inbox
Roadside email inbox. Funny!

When I got up this morning I discovered that Granny New Year had arrived while I was sleeping. She keeps some late hours. I know because we were out in the back yard lighting off fireworks until almost 12:30 in morning and there was nothing on the kitchen counter before I went to bed. This year she brought me a book about sea glass and it should keep me going until the weather is a little moe suitable for beachcombing.

Pure Sea Glass Book by Richard LaMotte was my Granny New Year gift this year.
Granny New Year came through again.

Anyway, I just wanted to wish all my family and friends (including you readers) a Very Happy New Year!!



~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

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(¸.•´ (¸.•` ¤ HAPPY NEW YEAR WITCH!!*´¨)
I've so enjoyed your blog and look forward to your adventures, creative and fun posts and our blogging friendship continuing in 2012! THANK YOU for your kind and thoughtful comments you've left on my blog, they've meant so much!

Marguerite said...

Happy New Year to you as well! I looked at the title of your new book - isn't it funny that sea glass used to be so common and now due to the prevalence of plastic and better management it's beginning to disappear. It's a good thing on one hand but what a pretty treasure we'll miss.

Suz said...

glad you leadned out the window to get that shot...ohhhhhh..I love sea glass.....but I am not by a hoo

Gill - That British Woman said...

Happy New Year to you and your family,

Never heard of "Granny New Year" though!!


Canadian Saver said...

Happy New Year my friend!

I wish I'd remembered Granny New Year... I would have saved gifts here !!

Hope to read more about your Island adventures in the new year :-)

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year! I got a bit behind AGAIN in reading blogs. Nice book! I had a closer look at the title...vanishing gems...humm...I never thought about that before!

Jane said...

Hmmmm what do I have to do to get Granny New Year to come to my house??