16 April 2021

First Quarter - 2021

Here we are.  Already three months into 2021.  I'm not sure where the time has gone but it sure has flown by.  Taking a leaf out of Attic24's blog I thought I'd do a monthly collage of what we'd been up to.

** January **

1. Finished my Virus blanket. 2. Remembered the people who had died from COVID.  3. Wore the same outfit as Mrs W at work.  4. A very chilly walk along the prom.  5. Had my first COVID vaccination.  6. Selfie time.  7.  A family walk in the snow.  8.  Celebrated the Young Man's birthday.  9.  Made a virus scarf for a friend.


** February **

1. A treat of spring flowers.  2. Elevenses.  3.  Finished another scarf for a friend.  4.  Working alone in the office.  5. Making progress on my High Tea Floral blanket.  6.  Tulips.  7. Roses for mum.  8. Another chilly walk along the prom.  9.  Gorgeous sunrise.


** March **


1. Looking at old photos from Kew Gardens.  2.  Dad's funeral in Whitwell.  3.  Parmesan, cream gnocchi made  by hubby.  4.  A welcome bit of green in Derbyshire.  5.  2nd COVID vaccination.  6.  Rainbows to mark the 1 year anniversary of Lockdown.  7.  Tulips to brighten my day.  8.  Hugs and Kisses blanket.  9.  An evening walk up to the windmill.

There you have it.  I wonder what the next three months will bring?

TTFN












12 comments:

  1. What a lovely way to document the months. Hoping to see more sunshine and flowers in the next batch! Not to mention more crochet to inspire me ;-)

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    1. More flowers for me too. I'm loving my Dune Blanket so far but have a few ideas of what to do next :0)

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  2. I like your photo collages - what software did you use to make? Let's hope that the next few months bring more sunshine, outings & flowers.

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    1. I use Picassa but it's an old version and I don't think it's available any more. If you Google "Free photo collage maker" there are a few to choose from. :0)

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  3. sooooo falling in love with your style of blogging, enjoying every read!! i swoon over tulips, and hope mine will last a little longer. your crochet projects are really beautiful!!

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    1. thanks for all of your sweet and supportive comments!!

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    2. Thank you so much for saying that. It is very much appreciated.

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    3. You're very welcome. I love seeing all the open spaces and blue skies in your photos. I miss living in the countryside and am hoping it's not too long until we can leave city life behind us. :0)

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  4. Love these collages, what a lovely idea. We got a few good dog walks in over the weekend, so nice to have slightly warmer weather and looking forward to seeing more sunny skies in your future collages.

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    1. It's a good way of doing a post when you don't know what to write about :0)

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  5. Fab collages. I might have to join in on this idea - if I ever things enough has been going on to get some great photos.

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    1. I look forward to seeing what you do. :0)

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