02 January 2009

Happy New Year ...

A Very Happy New Year to you all. Thank you for visiting Vintage to Victorian throughout 2008 and I look forward to your company in 2009

18 comments:

Redwoodhouse said...

beautiful, Happy New Year
Jan

LiLi M. said...

May 2009 be a happy and healthy year to you and your loved ones!

serendipitylovesnewyork said...

Happy New Year to you, may it bring you lots of love and luck...Claire xx

The White Bench said...

Have a beautiful year too, Sue! These pics are great!
When you have some spare time, please have a look at my blog... I posted something about how I spent 2008 (Dec, 30th) and something more...

I'm still drooling over my vintage scraps and lace- where on earth are they??!!??!! What a shame for the postal service- I'm also still waiting for parcels from the US dispatched at the beginning of Dec= some Christmas presents :(((!
Hope to have good news for you soon,
Monica x.

Shammickite said...

Lovely scenes of snow.... and very COLD!
Happy New Year to you Sue.... and Good Luck with Dairy House for 2009!

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR Sue!
Hope you have a wonderful year at DH, with enough 'me' time too, to enjoy the little things. ;-))

Niki x

Kel said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!

Lucy Bloom said...

A Happy and Prosperous New Year to you Sue - love the slide-show, though it did make me feel a bit cold (or maybe it's because I'm sat here with no heating on!) Interesting about the Frozoclone, I thought it must have been something like that.
Lucy x

the homely year said...

A very happy and healthy New Year to you!
Margaret and Noreen

The White Bench said...

Hi Sue, never mind for the delay! I am sorry for I know you are sighing, too!
Monica x.

OhSoVintage said...

Wishing you rather a bleated Happy New Year Sue and continued success throughout 2009. Love your idea about the eiderdown postcards!
Ruth x

Lucy Bloom said...

Hi Sue, yes I have made a start - not as much as I hoped to have done by now, but at least it's something. I don't know about you, but having a lot of mess around the house I find it difficult to get anything done, not least because there is no space to put anything or surfaces to work on. Never mind, small steps, I'll get there one day!
Lucy x

Marilyn said...

Am new on your blog. Hope you have a Wonderful New Year!
Marilyn
from
Our Victorian Cottage
USA

Shammickite said...

I haven't seen the purple finches again since that one day, but they were quite gorgeous.

louise said...

Happy New Year Sue. I love the countryside at any time of year, so I enjoyed the slideshow. x

Melissa said...

Hi Sue, lovely to hear from you! I got Issy Sue from family friends a long time ago... and there aren't many people who call me Issy anymore. I'm not even sure where "Sue" came from! I'm glad it made you smile!

I do enjoy your blog, and glad that you got a chance to check out mine. My scanner hasn't been working the best, so I haven't been able to post some of the newer old pictures I've come across, but hopefully this weekend it will be fixed!

Happy New Year!

salina said...

Haven't commented on you blog for quite some time now. Still think that it's beautiful. Hope that the new year is going as planned for you so far.:) Take care now and may your year be filled with all things good.:)
~Salina

lettuce said...

lovely photos

happy new year to you too Sue!