Thursday, December 30, 2010

That was the year that was*

There's been bits I could have done without and there's been times that have not been fun for anyone living with me, but I'm finishing the year feeling not too bad at all and on reflection 2010 had a whole bunch of pretty fabulous bits too. Here's a few of them.

A beautiful day at the beach at Terrigal in January

Daddy and daughter

The cooking wenches

Diamond cooking with an audience

Praxis playing around the bonfire

The kids at Cruickshanks farm stay after the Armidale camp.


A fabulous Mothers Day feast

Mother's Day 2010

The Old Guardhouse

Yulefest in Moss Vale with wonderful friends

Decorating the gingerbread house

A walk with the family - extended family that is!

Walking along Duneba Drive

Caitlin with JOSS WHEDON!!!

More reenacting fun - this time Beorgwic in October

Feast time in the tavern

My kids being lucky enough to know their Great Grandma

Great Grandma and the kids

Our Christmas party / Adam's birthday party - good friends, good times.


Christmas day at our place with my whole family,

Christmas lunch

the second gingerbread house of the year,

Gingerbread house

 and a postprandial Nerf war.

Nerf war

And to finish it all up there was today, a lovely meal at Manly Fish Cafe, then ice creams from Royal Copenhagen and a paddle at the water's edge as the day ended.

Risking wet pants legs, or in Tom's case a wet bum

*happy sigh*

Tomorrow night we will see in the New Year with the usual suspects and probably way too much seafood - what more could one ask for?

*Bonus points for recognising the title!


Sleepydumpling said...

Looks like you've had a year full of wonderful moments Mim. Lovely to see all these photos and look back with you.

Samantha said...

Loved this blog!!! What a great year for wonderful memories!!!

S xx

Penthe said...

Very impressed with your selection of brilliant moments.

Also, I didn't notice the first time, but the expressions of delight are exactly the same on Joss Whedon's face and on Caitlin's face. I love it.

Penny said...

A lovely way to end the year with a blog post of photos :) Hoping to see you when you come this way!

tigtog said...

*Bonus points for recognising the title!

Depends whether you're thinking American satirists or British absurdists, because they both used it! Lehrer's the only one who made two best-selling albums out of it though.

Happy New Year to you and your lovely family.

mimbles said...

Lehrer was indeed the one in mind :-)

Unknown said...

What an amazing year.

BUT Where is Ben and Jerrys with me in FEB?!?