New Year Happiness
Happy New Year!
From watching Jools Holland from the comfort of the sofa with a Baileys in hand, to dodging homemade fireworks on the streets of Prague, everyone has their own way of seeing in the New Year. These are a few of our favourites:
- Spanish people place a grape in their mouths on each of the twelve chimes of midnight for good luck!
- Germans prefer a small marzipan pig! Apparently pigs are a traditional symbol of good luck, the idea is thought to have originated in farming families who considered themselves lucky if they owned a pig
- We also think the fireworks in Dubai look pretty impressive
We can’t offer you marzipan, but if you want to send some luck, then take a look at some of our handmade pig cards (which you can find online here)And if the excitement of Christmas and New Years has gotten the better of you, what better way to relax than with a nice long soak with some of Royston and Hayes bath products, handmade with all natural ingredients in Suffolk? Mmm, now that’s what I call a good end to the day and a good start to the new year.