Sunday, 1 January 2012

HAPPY NEW YEAR!



AS WE SAY IN SCOTLAND "A GUID NEW YEAR TO ANE AN' AW' AND MONY MAY YE SEE"

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR LOVE AND SUPPORT I WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILYS HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS IN 2012!!!

LOVE & HUGS
LAINEY XX

22 comments:

Cheryl said...

Happy New Year to you and your family Lainey!

Michelle said...

Happy New Year Elaine - lets hope its a year full of love, health and happiness with plenty of stitching hours!

butterfly said...

Happy New Year to you to Elaine and you family.

Hope this year is a much better one for you all.

Have faith sweet friend.

Jane said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR xxx

Erna said...

Goodmorning sweetie, I hope 2012 will be a wonderful and healthy New Year....A big, big hug and thank you for being a friend...
Er xxxx
P.s love your new lay-out

Justflo said...

All the Best for 2012. Hope it's a real good one for you and yours.

Annette said...

Happy New Year!!!
That all yours dreams may com true, and it will be a easy year!!

cucki said...

happy new year to you too xx

♥ Nia said...

Happy New Year!!! :D

Shirlee said...

Happy New Year Lainey! May it bring you all your heart desires : ) Blessings, Shirlee

CATHI said...

Happy New Year! :o)

Cathi

Catherine said...

Happy New Year Lainey!

Myra said...

Happy New Year Lainey!

Colleen said...

Happy New Year, Lainey!!! Super video and playing of Auld Lange Syne. Happy Stitiching in 2012.

Catherine's Sewing Corner said...

You have some lovely things on your blog. I have become your newest follower. Happy new year to you
x catherine

pam said...

Happy New Year! Hope this one finds you a bit less bogged down in stresses of life and more stitching time.Hugs

Denise said...

Happy New Year Elaine! May 2012 be a wonderful year for you and your family!

Loretta said...

Happy New Year!!!

Pumpkin said...

Happy New Year to you too Lainey :o)

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