...I wasn't going to do one of these, but after reading so many great ones on blogs I thought I'd give it a go.
2010 was a bit of a year and a half for me!
In January we saw in the New Year with fire, had friends round for late night parties, worked not so good hours, but then I had an interview and got a new job.
In February I took part in a photoswap, Lily was rather chatty, I saw Hot Chip, and we moved house from Edinburgh into our very first owned house in the West Lothian countryside.
In March, I didn't have internet in the new house for a while, and got lost in a sea of unpacking and furniture building. But then I finally got round to giving you a house tour of our undecorated house (warning, there are some heinous decorating crimes in that post).
In April & May I kind of fell off the blogging radar. Getting settled into our new house, starting to decorate, and adjusting to new longer commutes meant something had to give, and sadly it was the blog. So a special big thank you to everyone who stuck by me here while I got my act together.
In June I was still off of the blogging radar a bit but I grew things in my garden and cycled lots, pretty much enjoyed the outdoors, and visited my lady friends in Aberdeen.
In July I was STILL off the radar but I visited the zoo, and made friends with horses and worked on our house.
In August I couldn't stop dancing, got a beautiful new (old) bike, did a bit more decorating, took part in another photoswap, and went on holiday to Marrakech, Morroco.
In September, I got my blogging mojo back. We got back from Marrakech, I met Prince Charles, I turned 29, and started my 365 project to document my last year of my twenties.
In October I got in some final bike rides of the year, undertook massive DIY work which saw us camping in our bedroom, started a new blog project, and spent some time in Aberdeen.
In November we went on holiday to Aviemore, in the Highlands, boyfriend serenaded me, got some pretty holga's developed, and re-joined twitter (don't judge me!).
In December we got snowed in for over a week, in what would come to be officially the coldest December on record. Then it snowed a whole lot more, making Edinburgh look like Narnia. We then celebrated Christmas with the silliest Christmas Card known to man and Lily felt festive. We ended the year with matching hair, because we are mature grown up adults, and we planned on starting 2011 as we meant to go on!
Sorry that this year saw a bit of disruption to the old blog, but while I don't normally go in for New Year's resolutions, this year mine is to be a better blogger!
Happy 2011 everyone. I know January is often a bit bleak, but let's stick it out, and see it out together with a smile! Who's with me?!