Tuesday 1 January 2013

A New Year

It is a ritual with our family to all go down for a swim in this beautiful cove on New Year's Day. Wash off the old year and bring in the new. We have been so blessed to have a family home at Kenton-On-Sea and for the past 17 years this has been where Darren and I have spent our summer holidays. We will sorely miss this magical place. Off We go for our swim...


  1. Oh how I wish I could just dive in, love, light and wonderful new beginnings to all of you my sweet x

  2. This heartwarming tradition of starting the New Year with a family swim in the serene cove beautifully captures the essence of renewal and hope. The symbolic act of washing off the old year and embracing the fresh beginnings is truly inspiring. It's remarkable how family homes, like the one in Kenton-On-Sea, become repositories of cherished memories and love. As we embark on this ritual, it underscores the importance of treasuring moments with loved ones. Just as this tradition is a constant, reliable presence, businesses like Ocean Transportation Services play a vital role in ensuring the smooth flow of goods, connecting people and places across oceans. Here's to both cherished family traditions and the seamless global connections facilitated by dedicated services, making the world a smaller, more connected place.

  3. What a beautiful tradition! Swimming in that cove sounds like the perfect way to welcome the new year and create cherished memories with family. Enjoy every moment!