Having gone back to work yesterday and now a day off for New Year's Day, David and I are starting to get back to normal after the Christmas holidays. A nice time as it was, it's a New Year and time to move forward. A nice sunny day instead of the murk and rain of recent days we took ourselves to Bournemouth's West Cliff and went for a walk towards Bournemouth Pier.
Classic Cars on The Prom.
The following photos will show a taste of the cars displayed, a bit difficult at time because of the crowds of people around the cars, although the top two photos it was a bit quieter towards the far end of the line.
Have any new year resolutions? Mine would be to cut down on magazines, I am a bit of a maga-holic. Here's my pile over the past year on the dining table. I've sorted in piles of Prima mags, knitting mags, patchwork and quilting mags and some embroidery and sewing mags. I currently have subscriptions on Prima and Fabrications, so will have to think about whether I renew or not.
I also have a number of books (doesn't every quilter!) and I may start to have a sort through those too. I was thinking I may do some book reviews on the blog this year.
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