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It's snowing!

I've just looked out of my home office window for the first time today, and it's SNOWING! I love the snow (unless I'm driving in it) and I love the way it makes everything look so pretty and so clean.

And it's starting to feel that bit closer to Christmas too! Weee!

We're going Christmas shopping today. I'm still looking forward to it, Yorkie is grumbling about it. I don't think he likes the snow at all, and I know he hates shopping, so he's going to be a JOY to be around, lol. But the snow does mean one thing, it's not at all likely that I will be ditching the Mondeo today, as I'll have to walk home afterwards, and as much as I like snow, I don't want to be walking around in it for too long!

I think I'll have to re-think my attire for today too. I don't think the low cut top, and high heeled boots are going to cut it today. Back on with the wooly jumper and sensible flat ankle boots, lol. Still, they'll be under the huge faux fur coat, so I'll still look sexy and be as warm as you like.

I'll bob back on later and share what we buy!


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