Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Twelve months, a thousand thoughts but few words


There is simply no way that mere words could adequately capture all the fear and joy and tumult and change that 2014 held for our family.

So I won't even try.

One thing's for sure though; if there were any confusion that existed between dreams and reality, if there existed a gap between the two, for all the hoping and dreaming that sustained us in the early, scary months of 2014, for all the transformations required of us and our expectations, for all the tortuous moments when it seemed our dreams were lost...For all of that, none of the dreams could come anywhere close to the rich and beautiful reality.

This is what I will remember of 2014.

I'll share a few little images of our holiday season. And so all that remains is for me to thank you for being there with us and to wish you beautiful things in 2015. I wish for you the fulfilment of dreams, but if they cannot be fulfilled, let the reality be beautiful and the change and growth bring joy.






8 comments:

  1. Oh Sadie, these are WONDERFUL!!! Your daughter is so big already! She is lovely and I can see you are a very happy mama! Happy new year!

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  2. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! She looks pretty excited about the present - What a cutie! I hope you guys are starting to feel more at home and are enjoying the holidays as a family.

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  3. All the best wishes to you too Sadie, I think of you and your family often. And oh , she looks so sweet in that red hat.
    I hope you are feeling settled in your new home. Hugs.

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  4. Oh my goodness. GW + that hat = a-freaking-dorable! Wishing your family the very best for the new year in your new home!

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  5. These made me feel so xmassy all over again! Loving the pixie hat...and jealous of your snow!! :)

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  6. happy new year - beautiful thoughts for 2015! love the photos especially those of Girl Winder.

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