Happy New Year friends! I hope you all had a good start to the year, whatever you were doing (I was in Geneva getting soaked – the heavens opened just before midnight!), and 2018 is an amazing one for every single one of you. Today I wanted to post my final photo an hour of 2017 before we get too far into January! I actually almost missed it, but luckily I was browsing through Twitter in the morning and saw other people doing it, so I waited until the next full hour and then started mine. As always, I am linking up with Louisa and Jane.
11 a.m. I had been awake for more than half an hour and hadn’t even had a cuppa yet, so clearly that had to be remedied…
12 noon. Cross stitching the last few Christmas cards for Jan’s family – none of which are actually pictured on this page of the magazine 😉
1 p.m. Showered and now getting dressed.
2 p.m. In town in the rain – I had gone to track down a last-minute Christmas gift.
3 p.m. Just managed to leap on a tram before it left. Phew!
4 p.m. Home, drying out with tea and candles.
5 p.m. Cross stitching away.
6 p.m. Still stitching… thus far it looks like nothing!
7 p.m. Emptying the dishwasher while “cooking” dinner. (Okay, the oven was doing the cooking…)
8 p.m. Jan put on “Being John Malkovich” while we ate.
9 p.m. Still watching. How messed up is this film?!
10 p.m. Film over, time for a hot chocolate. And when we switched the DVD off Home Alone 2 was on German TV.
I then went to bed before 11 p.m. to make sure I wouldn’t have to take another photo and mess up my symmetry 😉
The next Photo an Hour is on 20 January 2018. If you want to join in, all you have to do is take a photo every hour and then either upload them to Twitter or Instagram on the day using the #Photoanhour hashtag or save them and write a blog post like this one afterwards. Or you can do both (I usually take part on Twitter and then write a blog post later).