As we bid adieu to 2014, I’m sure we all feel contemplative. For me and my family it’s been a pretty good year, especially compared to 2013, which was pretty lousy. When I look back over this year’s Little Lewes posts, it reminds me of the fantastic things we’ve done. I feel so lucky to have my family, our health and our (general) happiness – and to live in this great little town.
Because it’s New Year’s Eve, I’m also reflecting on the blog. I sometimes think about shutting it down, then I look back over it as I did today, and feel pleased I’ve kept it going. It takes time, but not that much in the grand scheme of things. It doesn’t draw my attention away from my children and husband, and that’s all that really matters. I get to flex my creative muscle in moments when my work might not be as fulfilling as I’d like. I get to interact with people who seem to like reading it, and that’s a nice feeling. And best of all, I have a visual – and wordy! – diary of what my children and I have been up to.
So I’m rounding off the year with a look back at 14 posts – those I’ve enjoyed writing the most and those that have been the most challenging. I guess they’re the posts that have had the most impact on/for me this year. Each image clicks through to its full post.
Thank you again for reading Little Lewes. I hope you’ll stick with me into 2015.
Happy new year to you! x
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