Our New Years Eve | Living Arrows 1/52 (2020)

This year I am joining in with Living Arrows that is hosted by Donna from What The Redhead Said. I originally set up my blog as a way to capture memories and document our lives but somehow I have lost that over the last year or two. This year I am trying to get back to the reason I started blogging so you can expect more posts about our family and joining in with Living Arrows is a great place to start.

You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth

  It's back to normality for us here today with the boys back in school and both John and I returning to work. We had a really lovely Christmas and finished off the festivities with our annual family day out on New Years Eve.

The days of John and I heading off in to town partying are long gone and for the past few years we have always planned a day out for us all to enjoy. This year we headed to The Trafford Centre for a look around the sales in the shops, a visit to the Alpine Village, a flight on the Manchester Wheel, a bouncing good time on the trampolines, a look inside the Upside Down House, Hook a Duck and Pizza.

It was the perfect way to end the year.


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  1. PERCECT way to spend new year - hope 2020 is brill for you

  2. Glad to read that you ended the year the way you wanted. Family time is so important, and a yes, a blog is a great way to document your family's memories!

  3. Great to have you taking part. Sounds like such a lovely family day out.

  4. It looks like you had such a lovely Christmas break and it's SO nice to see you linking up. It sounds like you're joining in for the same reasons that I started doing Living Arrows years ago! I look forward to seeing where the year takes you x

  5. That upside down house looks absolutely brilliant! Great way to spend NYE with the added bonus of no hangover dread for the next day!

  6. I'll look forward to seeing your Living Arrows posts this year. The Alpine Village looks so much fun, especially the upside down house :)


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