Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Post Christmas blues

[Sigh] Is it just me or does anyone else find the time between Christmas and New Year a little sad? Every year I get sad in this week and I never know why! There's a strange limbo between the festivities of Christmas and the start of the new year. It's silly to feel blue, I really am lucky not to have anything in particular to feel blue about.

Here's some pics of our dining room at Christmas. We managed to get lots done on the house and it feels great to have achieved something on it.
I don't have any photos of the bookmarks I made as presents which is really silly! I gave them all away without taking photos so I'll have to track them all down again.

Do you know what I'd love to do now? I'd love to spend a few days just sitting at the loom and having fun. That would be bliss. But it's not going to happen for a while yet. Oh well.

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and I wish you all the very best for 2010.


  1. Your dining room looks great! And at least you got your Christmas bookmarks done. (Mine are still on the loom - so apparently they'll be Christmas 2010 bookmarks. I guess I'll have plenty of time to photograph them.)

    I love New Year's and January, so I feel sort of relieved and calmer once Christmas is over. I'm really not a Scrooge/Grinch - except a little bit.

    Hope you do get some relaxing time with your loom soon!! Happy New Year!!


  2. It's not just you, if that is any consolation. I don't know if this year is actually worse for me or if I've forgotten how I felt last year.

  3. No time for those blue days here, I had visitors arrive on the 30th and more coming for a family get-together next week. However, I know what you mean. I think we need these quiet, subdued times to keep life in balance.

    I do hope you get some weaving days soon, best wishes for a happy New Year!


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