Tuesday 31 December 2013

Review of 2013

I had a great time in 2013, here are the highlights:
 My new niece Alice was born just before my birthday.
I enjoyed walking in the snow.
I taught myself to crochet a ripple blanket.
I really enjoyed doing Project Life, still need to do 33 weeks to catch up on this year though :)
I met online friends in real life.
I got new ink.
I went on a Gromit hunt.
I went to the air show at Bournemouth.
I enjoyed a hog roast at my brother's 40th birthday.
I spent time with the whole family.
I spent time with friends and went to an old work reunion.
I walk 10k with my brother and sisters to raise over £1000 for Alzheimer's research.
I spent lots of time on the beach.
I carried on with my weight loss.
I spent time with Pippy.
I spent time with Paul.
I spent time with Alfie.
And I spent lots of time with Maddie.
Oh and there might have been cake along the way!

All in all 2013 was a good year and now I'm looking forward to 2014 and the adventures it will bring.

I hope you had a good year.

Thanks for stopping by
Jo xx


Nancy said...

Have a fab start to 2014. We definately need a crafty get to gather in 2014.

Susanne said...

Lots of variety in your year - hope 2014 holds even more memorable moments.

Sandra said...

You did so much in 2013 and achieved so much, just think what 2014 will bring :) happy New year to you Jo, may the coming year bring you health, happiness and all you wish for x

Sandra said...

You forgot to say you cut your hair lol

Barbara Eads said...

What a great year in review, Jo! I hear ya' on Project Life. I did it on a monthly basis and barely kept up! I'm going to continue since I still have plenty of space an pages in the book, but I'm never going to try to do it on a weekly basis. That's just too big of a commitment for me.

furrypig said...

some fab achievements there Jo here's to an even better 2014 xxx

Lou said...

A good year in review and well done on the weight loss x

Lisa-Jane said...

Sounds like a busy year but one filled with lots of lovely memories.