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Long time, no see

Apologies for not posting sooner, has just been a very busy month - working on Uni stuff, novel, various other bits and pieces... we haven't even gone on any days out!

We took a stroll to Writtle last week, the boy's grandparents are buried there - chose a lovely day for it :)

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We are planning to visit Colchester again soon, London in May (Magna Carta exhibition), and hopefully Hampton Court.

coat - topshop via ebay (around £14)
skirt - h&m (£3.99)
t-shirt - topshop via a charity shop (£1.99)
shoes - primark (£3)
gloves - primark (£2)
bag - h&m via a charity shop (£1.99)

Eventually i'll get around to continuing my posts about Edward III... got good news though, Alice Perrers novel is currently being edited :D

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