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  • Gemma
    Back at college
    Excellent hun, you will sail through the course xx
  • Jenna
    Back at college
    Amazing. You'll do fantastic
  • Gemma
    Fun Week
    Marley is a beautiful wee princess, I can't believe how similar she and Indie look in every picture. Two beautiful girls. You and Mark both look...
  • Gemma
    Disappointed and Frustrated
    Yeah, I won't be anywhere! Would love a catch up xx
  • Emma
    Welcome to the weekend
    Omg I’m glad she’s ok! What a wee doll 💕

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Gemma
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Given the all-clear on Monday, knee healed sufficiently to let me start exercising again. It has been a long 6 months. I can finally get back on track with my training and hopefully work in a month or so, even if it is a massive struggle right now. My strength is always the first thing to go...
Indigo
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April was a diverse month in terms of reading, from classics to contemporary and everything in between. Emma by Jane Austen There’s just something I love about classics, maybe it’s because they tend to be longer and so you get to spend more time with them? This was my first time actually...
Indigo
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First night at my studio photography college course last night. Going to be learning about basic light operation and setup, metering and balancing, multiple flashes, light modifiers, background lighting, black/white, gels and coloured lighting, portraiture, still life and lighting on location...
Indigo
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It has been a fun week, my little princess is 6 months old and we topped off the week at a friends wedding and my best friend gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. On Monday, my best friend gave birth to her beautiful perfect and healthy baby boy. So unbelievably proud of her. He is so precious...
Indigo
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It’s been a diverse reading month, to say the least, here is what I read in March. Duncan The Wonder Dog: Show One By Adam Hines I’m a little confused about this one. It’s a deeply thoughtful and provocative story. But I found the plot to be haphazard and difficult to follow in places. This...
Cornetto
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I had planned to read a lot more books in March. I started 6 but only finished 4 of them. I didn't enjoy The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls or Goodbye, Vitamin. I read both of Sally Rooney’s novels in about 5 days, I much preferred Normal People over Conversations with Friends – I...
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Well, my Friday nights are just wild at the moment....dog eats a whole Greggs bag, £200 later I’m literally holding her ears back as she spews it all back in a bin at the vets. Give me strength.
Indigo
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So funny. Just witnessed my first sister fight between the girls, Marley was shouting all frustrated and then pulled Indies hair and Indie started crying and went in a huff. Marley is looking at her like what's wrong? First, of many, I bet!
Indigo
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In February I have read..... Death in the Spotlight - Robin Stevens Charlie Savege - Roddy Doyle A Keeper - Graham Norton Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman "Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" is by far my favourite book read this month. Having seen a few people I...
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Gemma
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I didn't get much reading done this month, only three books. At the beginning of the month I read The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter by Hazel Gaynor. I really enjoyed this, it seamlessly merges the stories of two different groups of women 100 years apart. Great story. Very well written...