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Wind in the Willows (again)

The weather hasn't been good recently, so unfortunately we haven't been out and about as much as we would've liked. We did however, visit our local reservoir the other day and what do you know? - the Wind in the Willows carvings are still there!

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Its our first wedding anniversary on the 4th November, so we're planning to visit the Charles Dickens museum in London. And for my birthday in January, we're hoping to visit Dover Castle :)

outfit;
coat - topshop via ebay (£10.60)
t-shirt - cafe press (£17.50)
joni jeans - topshop via a charity shop (£5.99)
bag - topshop (£20 in a sale)

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