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Long time no see (again!)

It feels like i've not posted for an age!

The only excuse i have is that i have been up to nothing remotely interesting (save for writing and uni work)

We took a walk around Sandford Lock last sunday before getting soaked in the rain (luckily we'd already scoffed our picnic)

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And we got a lot of money back from E-on so i treated myself to a few bits (and books - not pictured)

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We both have a week off work soon so we're hoping to have a few trips out! Fingers crossed, anyway.

Outfit;

dress - topshop via a charity shop (around £4.99)
bag - h&m via a charity shop (£1.99)
shoes - topshop in the sale (£15) - a recent puchase.

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