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Hi There.

Hi there. No posts from me for a while now - I guess you could say I've lost my blogging mojo a bit. A combination of illness and the beginning of a new year of study which I fear may involve too much struggle (such an optimist!). Nothing helps more though than some inspiring eye candy and I'm hoping this lot does the trick. 


Murgatroyd said…
Oooh, love that 'fashion gone rogue' picture! Thank you for your kind comments over on Murgatroyd Hoots.

Hope it's not too long before you can feel the return of the old Mojo... ;)
Kylie said…
LOVE those wallpapers and definitely will sell cat for that cardigan in last pic! :)) Great to see you back Mrs! Kx
Getrealmommy said…
Yes, I have noticed that you have been MIA.

Nice to see you back!
edith&emily said…
hi jo. Ihave finally done it and started my blog (with bellas help)Hope all is ok with you have missed redaing your blog. xox fiona
Dallas Shaw said…
I love the pillows

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