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Happy Christmas

I got a new camera for christmas (thank you Martin!).

I could not take pictures yesterday as it did not come with a memory card, however we ventured to the shops today and obtained one!

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t-shirt - topshop via the sale (£8)
cardigan - gift
jeans - topshop via ebay (around £8)

These beauties are my recent buys!

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£48 from topshop

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£32 from topshop

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£10 in the sale - topshop

I hope everyone had a great Christmas :) the boy bought me 4 books about medieval Welsh history and various other bits and pieces. I have taken it easy over the last few days but plan to delve back into the old novel at the weekend!

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