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Tuesday, 1 January 2008

Happy 2008

So how did you all celebrate the ringing in of 2008?? DH and I have been together for 22 years this month and for the first time ever, we didn't stay home to celebrate, we went out instead, and i do mean outside LOL

Here's where we went to Old John Monument picture 13 is where i was standing when the local church bells rang in 2008, it's was very dark and you could see all the fireworks going off over the city and surrounding areas, it really was a magical moment. There were about 100 people there of all ages, young children and seniors too. We drank coffee from our flask and then walked down the hill and headed home. What a lovely romantic way to see in a New Year, how will DH beat that next year LOL

11 comments:

Rick said...

You beat us to it over here in the states. A Happy New Year to you. Check out the give-away on my blog. I think that you'll be glad you did.

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Karen said...

Sounds a super way to see in the New Year here you would have needed flippers lol
Happy New Year to you all

icelandmom said...

What a wonderful way to see in the New Year. Congratulations to you and your husband on your years together.

Lynn said...

A very Happy New Year to you and your family Julie. :)
Your certainly spent it in a beautiful place ... I was in hospital with Jack :(

Dawn said...

Sounds very romantic Julie!

I sat with Andy and watched take that bringing in new year LOL oh well theres plenty to look forward to when the kiddies are older :)

Paula said...

A very Happy New Year to you and yours Julie.
What a lovely way you spent it too.
(I rang in the new year with Gary Barlow and his mates, and my parents lol)
HAPPY NEW YEAR....

Julie said...

Sounds like a wonderful way to ring in the new year! We just had a quiet evening at home. Happy New Year!

Rachael said...

We spent the night playing on the Wii with the kids..lol I cannot remember the last time I went out for New years! Does sound wonderful!!

Stitchingranny said...

Sounds lovely Julie, and for once the weather was not as bitterly cold as it has been so hope that was a good omen.

Look forward to reading more of your blog in the coming year.

Sally said...

Happy New Year Julie! What a lovely way to see the New Year in. We're still at the staying in stage here! Lol! We saw it in with Take That!

Karan said...

What a special way to see in 2008. Best wishes to you & yours Julie. :0)