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2011 Resolved

During my lunch break today I took some time to reflect on the last 12 months. The years honestly fly by. It seems that yesterday I was walking through the freezing cobblestone streets of Florence as the first snow flakes started to fall... my first white Christmas 2010. Now I sit in my living room. 30+ degree's with full humidity, 4 hours til the ball drops.
I made it to a quarter century on my [our] March Birthday, released my first Spring / Summer collection in October, started a facebook page with 179 fans [I love you all!], moved back to Melbourne from Italy, returned.... 3 times.... 149 blog posts, 16,229 blog visitors [Thank You sooooo much for your support] 678 hypes on lookbook, 1 amazing orange Cambridge satchel from ebay, two parking tickets... and I sold my car Last year! I fell out of a tree yesterday, just in time to make the list
I made some great new friends, fell more in love with my old friends, spent not enough time with any of you... Your on the top of my list for 2012... yep You! :)
Hope everyone has a Fabulous night xxx

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