Monday, 2 January 2012

Happy New Year

Just stopping by to wish everyone a Happy New Year.  I hope your 2012 is filled with happiness, love and peace. 
 
Thank you for the well wishes for my parents.  We now know what is ailing Dad and will hopefully be able to get him appropriate treatment soon.  I am back in Melbourne but am very happy to say that in the week I was home, Dad started to look better and put on some weight.  It was good to go home and see both Dad and Mum and offer whatever support I could.  My sister is still with them and doing a fantastic job of helping take care of them while she is there.

Charlotte and Genevieve took these photos of themselves for Grandad and Grandma to wish them well.  I just had to share.
Bye for now,

Anne  xx

10 comments:

Maxabella said...

They are lovely girls. Happy new year to you all, Anne. Glad to hear that your parents are faring better. x

Claire said...

Hey Anne, good news about your parents. It's times like these that families pull together to help out any way possible.

I'm sure your parents would've loved the photos of your gorgeous girls.

Been a bit warm eh? Here's hoping the cool change makes a difference.......

Claire X

fee @ chipper nelly said...

beautiful girls! hope things continue to improve...fee x

Liz said...

Glad to hear that things are improving. What lovely and thoughtful girls!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

sonia a. mascaro said...

Charlotte and Genevieve are gorgeous!

Happy New Year full of peace, good health and happiness!

Louise said...

What lovely girls and I'm sure their grandparents will really enjoy receiving the photos!

Dotty Peach said...

What beautiful girls, wishing you all a happy new year and my best wishes. xxx

Okio B Designs said...

Happy new year Anne! Your girls are gorgeous!

Jeanine

freefalling said...

What great photos!
And it looks like they actually LIKE one another.
When my sister and I were about that age - we gave one another a wide berth.

willywagtail said...

Your girls are gorgeous. Great that you know what ails your father and he is looking up. Cherrie