01 January 2010

Twenty-Ten or Two Thousand and Ten ...

... whichever you choose, I wish you all an exciting year!

This is another treasured painting - not a family one this time, but purchased many years ago from Rolfey's, the best place to shop in Bath! It's signed and dated 1908 and I love it.

Happy New Year

may it be jolly, full of good things
and, above all, a prosperous one for you all


Country Cottage Chic said...

A Happy New Year to you too Sue!


Anonymous said...

Have a Great NEW Decade!!

Clare said...

Wishing you all the best for 2010 Sue!

OhSoVintage said...

A very Happy New Year to you, Suem and wishing you a good 2010. I love that painting!

twiggypeasticks said...

Happy New Year
Twiggy x

BusyLizzie said...

Love the way you have named all your 1950's classmates on my blog! Happy New Year & here's to exciting stuff in 2010! Liz xx

Eastlake Victorian said...

Happy 2010 Sue! I love the painting, and I loved Bath when we visited a few years back!


Kissed by an Angel said...

Happy New Year to you! I love the painting!!

Shammickite said...

How funny, I started my latest blog post off by posing the same question! I choose Twentyten, so much easier to say.
Happy New Year to you and your whole family, I hope Dairy House profits go through the roof (but not literally!) this coming year.

Anonymous said...

The Vintage Textiles and Costumes day sounds interesting. It's been great following your progress on the blog and watching everything take shape. I think Laurence Llewellyn -Bowen described MMX as a cuddle followed by a kiss, perhaps that's a good sign for the New Year. Merry Winter.

funkymonkey said...

I can see exactly why you love that painting so much, it's wonderful. Happy New Year.


Carol said...

Twenty-ten for me!
Happy New Year.
The painting is absolutely beautiful. Stunning simplicity.