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    Just going through my clothes deciding what to take and what to pack and realised i was missing one of my favourite tops (i have minimal clothes so this is a big deal). Searched all over my room incase id put it somewhere else, searched the laundry room and the lost property box with no luck. Walking back to my flat i see an orange thing under the washing lines. My top has been outside in a bush on the floor for 2 weeks and the caretaker hasnt bothered to pick it up! So lucky!




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    Harry Potter studio tour.

    I WENT TO HOGWARTS (yes I know it was on Saturday but shh) it was the best day ever. It was amazing and incredible and I need to go again.

    I cried my little heart out and it was one of the most amazing experiences. I was stood in the great hall and I couldn't get over the fact I was stood where Emma, Daniel, and Rupert had been.
    Honestly it was incredible and I'd give ANYTHING to go back. If you're a Harry Potter fan (especially if you're like me and like to know HOW films are made) then I'd 11/10 recommend it. It was phenomenal.

    (it's worth it just to see how TINY Daniel Radcliffe was in Philosopher's Stone :'))
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosasaurr View Post
    Harry Potter studio tour.

    I WENT TO HOGWARTS (yes I know it was on Saturday but shh) it was the best day ever. It was amazing and incredible and I need to go again.

    I cried my little heart out and it was one of the most amazing experiences. I was stood in the great hall and I couldn't get over the fact I was stood where Emma, Daniel, and Rupert had been.
    Honestly it was incredible and I'd give ANYTHING to go back. If you're a Harry Potter fan (especially if you're like me and like to know HOW films are made) then I'd 11/10 recommend it. It was phenomenal.

    (it's worth it just to see how TINY Daniel Radcliffe was in Philosopher's Stone :'))
    I want to go for my birthday in November but my birthday plans never go right so it probably won't happen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catface View Post
    I want to go for my birthday in November but my birthday plans never go right so it probably won't happen!
    aww I hope you make it there! Seriously it's incredible

    I am NOT ashamed to admit that I cried in the second to last room because it was just SO amazing and overwhelming :P
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    Couple of small things today:

    Boss had a quick look through the report I've nearly finished and said it looks good and I've just ordered a cheap, secondhand, lightweight babywearing wrap in a dark green that hubs really likes.

    I can now stop looking at wraps. (as if! lol)
    what's a few seconds of pain for a lifetime of shiny?

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    So i booked onto a tour whilst im in Bali as im only there 10 days and i want to make the most of it. The site has the price in all different currencies and says it is $685aud and £375. Anyway paid today via paypal and the summary came up as this:
    Exchange rate£337.50 GBP = $685.00 AUD1 British Pound = 2.029678804 Australian Dollar

    Check out that exchange rate!! No wonder my money seems to be lasting so long!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyssssa :) View Post
    So i booked onto a tour whilst im in Bali as im only there 10 days and i want to make the most of it. The site has the price in all different currencies and says it is $685aud and £375. Anyway paid today via paypal and the summary came up as this:
    Exchange rate£337.50 GBP = $685.00 AUD1 British Pound = 2.029678804 Australian Dollar

    Check out that exchange rate!! No wonder my money seems to be lasting so long!
    Believe it or not, there was a time when £1 was worth considerably more than $2 US In fact, at one point it was worth $5 US!

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    I'm participating in a charity walk for a cancer support charity here in N. Ireland, and set up a gofundme page, and the amount of people who don't really even know me and want to donate is really heartwarming. I'm not a huge "charity person", but this is special.

    Today, I feel like people are good



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    Quote Originally Posted by kitebunny View Post
    Couple of small things today:

    Boss had a quick look through the report I've nearly finished and said it looks good and I've just ordered a cheap, secondhand, lightweight babywearing wrap in a dark green that hubs really likes.

    I can now stop looking at wraps. (as if! lol)
    not a chance hahha!


    best thing today; i managed to get myself off my ass and go for a nice long walk and in the process burnt around 500kcal
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