Friday, 24 December 2010

Happy Christmas!

Well it's been ages since I blogged. Since last I posted, I've had two exhibitions, finished the fieldfare puzzle jug and delivered it to its new owner and been snowed-in and unable to get to work. I left my camera at the workshop, so no pictures of any of that to share with you. Normal service will be resumed in the New Year, when I need to get stuck in to making big style.

As we've been snowed-in, there's been nothing for it, other than taking a relaxing break at home with the family, which has been a delight.

One minute until Christmas day. The boys are in bed, soon it will be time to fill their stockings with goodies. They're big now - too old for Santa, but not too old to hang their stockings up.

I hope you all have a very, very Merry Christmas


Hollis Engley said...

A Happy Christmas to you, too, Doug. Ten minutes to Christmas here on Cape Cod. See you in the New Year.

gz said...

and Seasonal Greetings from a snowy Wales!
Looking forward to getting back in the workshop too.

cookingwithgas said...

Merry Christmas from the sunny south of North Carolina- laugh with me we are expecting 3-4 inches of snow today!

Tracey Broome said...

The day after Christmas here, all's quiet and we have tons of snow. As you said nothing to do but sit and enjoy it! Happy Christmas to you and your family! We still get stockings at my husband's parents, never too old!

Sister Creek Potter said...

Been missing you--hoped it was snow and not illness causing your absence. So very happy to know you are well and got to have a break to enjoy with your family. Happy New Year!

Paul Jessop said...

Happy New Year to you all.


Paul & Marion

doug Fitch said...

Thank you all, I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas time - we did here. Looking forward to meeting some of you in 2011 - get rid of that snow though!

Happy New Year everybody