Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Back to Blighty

So that's it, my year in Malta is over and I'm back home. I've had the most amazing year, but it really is so nice to be back home with my family and friends (though what is up with the weather? One minute is cold and drizzly and then next sunny).

I arrived back home on Thursday, and on Friday my family, Tom and I went up to Norfolk to visit some family friends. Norfolk is one of my favourite places ever, and I had so much fun up there. Whilst we were there one of their alpacas had a baby. We got to see it just 15 minutes after is was born, and a couple of hours later I was asked to weigh the baby. I don't know if you guys know much about alpacas but their fleece is softer than cashmere so the baby was super cuddly and cute.

Look how long those legs are! (and no, I'm not talking about me, at 5'3 I don't think anyone will be telling me I have long legs)

I also got to weigh the other baby alpaca, Lollipop, who was just under a week old. Cuteness overload!


Also, as I mentioned before, my blog turned one a couple of months ago. It's only recently hit me how big of a deal this is. I never guessed when I first started my blog that I would carry it on for a whole year, but here and am. And I love my blog more than ever.

I'd like to say a massive thank you to everyone who reads, follows and comments on my blog. I know there's not a huge number of you but I am grateful to every one.  I hope that I enjoy blogging this next year as much and I have enjoyed blogging the last year.

Georgia x

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16 comments:

  1. you're stunning!
    xox, J. (your follower, follow back? c:)

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  2. You're lucky to have missed the English weather this year, its been so unpredictable and awful for the most part! I had a little moment when I saw those alpacas, they are seriously the cutest things ever.

    xx

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    1. So sweet aren't they. I was so tempted to steal one and take it home with me ;)

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  3. Happy Blogiversary! I just restarted my wee blog after taking a very, very long hiatus from the internet, and have to say that I missed it more than I thought I would. Never stop blogging, I say.

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    1. I hope I can continue to blog for a love time, I love it

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  4. such cute pictures! happy 1 year of the blog :) hope you are enjoying being home!

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    lauren
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  5. Wow, I'm jealous of you studying abroad! Then again, I guess I am too, but just permanently, so I guess it doesn't count haha.

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  6. Happy Blogiversary lovely! Keep up the great work, it's so great that you enjoy it as much! <3 These photos are SO cute, thank you so much for sharing! :)

    Andrea | RosyChicc

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  7. I loved these pictures on your instagram and I love them here too, new life hope- hug a baby alpaca!

    Enjoy being in the UK, it's meant to be sunny this weekend- nothing like what you are used to though!

    Em x

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    1. Still nice enough to get the BBQ out though ;)

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  8. Awwww so cute!! My mom knitted me a huge cardi with alpaca wool and it's sooo soft and snuggly :) x

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  9. Cute alpacas! They look so soft and fluffy :)

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.blogspot.co.uk

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