It's that time of year again to reflect on the year that has gone. Looking back at the pictures I took in the first three months of the year the floods and storms dominate. It was a relief to enjoy the longer spring and summer evenings and take a wonderful holiday in St Ives.
The second half of the year seemed for us to be dominated by the house move, selling, buying, packing and settling in. My first post of 2014 mentioned "New Horizons" and featured the cliffs we now see from our new home, A walk in May to the " "The Look Out" featured part of the view we now enjoy but from the opposite direction. At both these points in time we hadn't considered living here!
Despite the move we still managed to get out and enjoy the seasonal offerings, from observing the summer havest, to Weymouth carnival, watching local fishermen returning home with a boat full of mullet, enjoying the late autumn sunshine in our new location and the first frost of winter.
Our new garden is very different from our old one. Although we bought many cuttings with us they will take a while to establish. In the meantime I will have to reflect on the favourite flowers from the garden in Weymouth in 2014.
We have had so many changes this year - my husband retiring, daughter graduating and getting a job, son moving house and job - to loosing our dear dog Daisy and then gaining a new bundle of mischief named Tavi. Thank you all for your support and taking time to stop by visit and to continue to show interest in our lives by the sea, it is always such a pleasure to share it with you.
Wishing you a very happy and healthy 2015. I hope some of your dreams may be fulfilled in the forthcoming year too,