Wednesday, December 30, 2009

2009 Round-up

Can you believe it's the end of the year ALREADY? No, me either. And stranger still, it's the end of an entire decade?! Yieeep! What are we going to call the next decade i wonder. Surely we can come up with something better then the noughties?

Anywho, 2009 is definately very low on my list of favourite years. It has mostly been marred with pain both physically and emotionally. i have found it a very difficult year & i am thankful to see the back of it. However there have been little spots of wonder and happiness that i'd like to share with you. The stuff i want to remember when i look back:

Road to trips to Bournemouth & getting to spend time with these lovelies

Making the Art Mobile pretty

These girls (cinema trips, consumption of wine, dancing, craft nights, going to gigs, eating out - what would i do without them?)

My sister's Graduation

Art Trip

Coldplay Wembley (single most amazing gig of my life to date)
Other noteable gigs - Kings of Leon, Keane, Snow Patrol, Air Traffic, Red Light Company, Teitur.

Spending time with this cutie and seeing parts of her beautiful country

Getting a new tattoo

V Festival

Making Cupcakes (& eating them!)

Dancing at Chaos

Fancy Dress

Hanging out with the Winchester Crew



Making a fort & hanging out with this little fella (& his mummy)

Trips to L-Town

Collecting plastic sunglasses

Visiting this boy

Blowing bubbles

Not to mention My iPhone, pedicures, a trip to Brighton, Southsea Fest, knitting club, unlimited cinema, listening to Coconut Records, reading the Southern Vampire Mysteries & watching The Office - An American Workplace.

Thank you blog readers, flickr contacts & twitter followers for sticking with me. i wish you very beautiful things for 2010.


...on the brink of something beautiful said...

the cupcakes look amazing!
what did you get a tattoo of??

Curlywiggles said...

Hi Kel, thanks so much for stopping by. The tattoo i got in 2009 was of a flock of birds (the birds are non-specific but i like to think they're blackbirds because it's on of my favourite Beatles songs). They represent forward movement.

Anonymous said...

It will be great to watch Snow Patrol,i have bought tickets from looking forward to it.

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