Just one more minute …
I want to stay like that for a while longer. There are 365 days to muddle through.
“Darcy! There’s an English breakfast being cooked downstairs.”
But there was something we needed to do today …
Jane and Christoph drove all of us to Studland Bay for our Beach Walk on the First Day of the Year. It’s our tradition to always be near a body of water – which represents cleansing, and looking out to the horizon.
We were obviously not the only ones with the same idea.
But George preferred to stay on the beach, as we expected –
We didn’t walk all the way, and soon turned back –
On the way, we met Barney and Teddy cockapoos
We walked up to the dunes and saw a whole different landscape
Along the way we met little Pip …
We drove onto Kimmeridge Bay …
On our way home …
Thank you Christoph and Jane for helping us fulfill our New Year’s day tradition.
May’s comment: Happy first day of the year!
Every year since Darcy was one, we always went to a beach somewhere –
The water symbolises cleansing and the horizon symbolises the future and looking forward.