We moved in on March 1st
|"Look for the post box and turn up the lane, we're right at the end"
|March 11th, Colin's 60th Birthday Get Together and the last photo we have of Col's Dad who died in July, seen here with our youngest and Florence, she was a baby then, now 14 months old
|After 6 weeks with a picnic stove and a microwave, I was glad to get my new LPG range installed
|We have a good view of the sunsets here, across the open fields
|The Mid Suffolk Light Railway Museum, half a mile just across the fields from us or 3 miles by road.
|Pyramidal Orchids on our meadow
|June and a sunny Fathers day at the beach hut.Colin with Jacob and then with Florence
|Polly quickly settled into her third home and likes the wood-burner
|Being able to join a new WI and re-joining a WI that I last went to in the 1980s - has been good.
|That strange weather phenomenon when the sky turned red with dust from the Sahara high in the atmosphere
|A few of this years paper-craft cards.
|Getting all the trees planted was Col's dream and he succeeded
Seasonal bits and bobs on the mantle-shelf
|We've seen rather a lot of Addenbrookes hospital this year, but these mosaics are cheerful
Snow in early December brought all the birds to the feeders
So that was 2017. 10 months in our new home, another year of hospitals but with good months in between. Our Grandchildren have both gone from babies to small people and another on the way and we look forward to whatever life throws at us in 2018.
Thank you to everyone who's followed me from the old blog to the new and read the blog all through 2017, and for all the comments that make blogging a two way affair.
Have a good New Years Eve if you stay up to celebrate......... I shall be fast asleep I hope.
Back in 2018