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    3rd January 2018

    Ahhh I haven’t seen snow in so long! I love Cornwall, but there’s something so magical about waking up to the world turned white! Adam would have been exactly the same in a house full of avid readers! Alice xxx

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    Emma Farley

    3rd January 2018

    Good job with the snowman! 👍

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    3rd January 2018

    I just moved away from Birmingham too (admittedly only to Loughborough so not as far as you!) and I’m still fiercely defensive of my beloved Brum. Even just 50 miles away I’m shocked at the completely outdated perceptions people have of the city. Every City has it’s grim parts. I do love living in the countryside now, but I’ll always have a soft spot for my home town! I constantly get told I don’t have a Brummie accent too, which always makes me chuckle because the vast majority of people I know talk like me. They seem surprised we don’t all sound like Ozzy Osbourne! We just know how to talk properly, that’s all! x

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    3rd January 2018

    It’s amazing that you had white Christmas. I unfortunately haven’t been that lucky. Snow definitely gives something extra to Christmas, doesn’t it? x

    Antonia || Sweet Passions

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    Rachel Bearn

    4th January 2018

    Your list of great things in and around Birmingham made me so nostalgic! My Grandparents were born and bred in Smethwick and later moved to Great Malvern whilst my Auntie stayed living in Kings Norton so we visited all those places many times over my childhood. I also got to live in Birmingham just for a year whilst studying Events Management and it will always have such a special place in my heart. It always feel faintly like I’m returning home when I visit. Your snow photos are super cute! We were lucky enough to get a bit of snow in Oxford just before Christmas but nothing whilst in Scotland actually over Christmas. Would love to read a post about your goals and resolutions for 2018!