We walked home from the New Year party under a crisp moon and a cold, clear sky, surely a great start to 2016. No street lights in our village and apart from the group of neighbours with whom we had been celebrating most people seemed to be in bed.
The party was noisy - and fun!
The piper came at midnight.
Wishing you a happy and healthy New Year..
(For the fashionista's amongst you I wore black velvet pants with black suede high heels, a pink silk blouse and a chunky rose quartz necklace.)
Just caught up with your posts. Your home looks lovely. I decorate my tree right away. There is something about enjoying the lights leading up to Christmas Day.ReplyDelete
Your New Year party photos look very fun. The walk home must have been amazing.
cheers, parsnip and thehamish
The walk home was short but it felt like the perfect start to a new year, a clear, still, dry night - something of a rarity at the moment!Delete
I think everyone should walk home from their new year parties, looks to be a wonderful partyReplyDelete
A noisy, friendly evening with neighbours and a bit of dancing - just what I love, Doc! I'm adding a few more photos that my neighbour took.Delete
Happy New Year.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the crisp moon and the delightful New Year party.
Happy New Year to you too, Poirot, I hope that you will enjoy a healthy and creative 2016.Delete
Rather fuzzy photos, Lady Fi, but I don't like to use the flash as it always seems to flatten things out.Delete
Ohhhh, how lovely! You had a piper on your party. I love this music. We had very loud fireworks... poor pets and wildlife. Have a Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, Alex. We kept our fireworks from Bonfire Night because it was such a wet night that we chose to stay inside! We thought that we would light them at New Year after the dancing but as we walked home everything was so peaceful that we kept the box unopened. (There is nothing too noisy in our box, just the woosh of a few Roman candles.) Our lovely next-door neighbours are moving away this month so we shall light the fireworks at our farewell supper. I'm going to be lonely; no more chatting over the hedge, no more plant swaps,no more wonderful white kittens coming over the wall to play and eat a handful of Dreamies!Delete