I hope everyone is having a wonderful Yuletime. We had a glorious few days with family. Our little car did not make it through the festive season though, and a two hour journey took six hours after she gave up the will to live. A nice chap from the AA delivered us safely home before disappearing like a hero into the night.


Whitewater said...

poor old car, is it terminal

DJ said...

Valonia, I do hope your holiday plans weren't interrupted too badly by the sudden demise of your auto.

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Avus said...

and I thought that all "narrer boat" people travelled on land on decrepit old bicycles!

pocketpunk said...

hello.....we are 2 grown ups and 3 kids and 2 kittens strongly thinking about moving on to a narrowboat. Just worried about the kittens really. How did yours take to being afloat.....

valonia said...

Whitewater: No, we have had the wonderful news that the car can be fixed! Yay! x V.

DJ: Thank you! We had a lovely time regardless and such adventures add to the excitement of life. x V.

Alena: Thank you for dropping by my blog - it is very nice to meet you. Please sign my guestbook if you get chance - it would be lovely to hear your thoughts. x V.

Avus: We do now!!! I hope you have had a wonderful Yule and New Year. x V.

Pocketpunk: Hello! And welcome to my odd blog world. You've left me your email address so I'll email my reply to your comment. I hope you are keeping warm whereever you are. x V.