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I'm dreaming of a bright Christmas

Melbourne cbd was electric today ~ a million bee's buzzing in a hive. The heat was on and the wind was a gale, but despite the mayhem, there was that Christmas excitement in the air. Its this time of the year I love to be home, the humidity hugging you and people smiling. When I say "this time of the year", I mean literally, now - the weeks before and the month after. But Christmas itself - opening presents under a tree brings with it the Pandora's box of crazy. It's a family thing. Something so consistently annual that in adulthood we have decided to avoid each other at Christmas. Its not as sad as it sounds. Its like a wonderful gift. And makes the New Year together so much more b̶e̶a̶r̶a̶b̶l̶e̶ enjoyable...
Rada wears Zara top / Sandelia faux suede shorts from S/S '11 []
Saci wears Zara top / Tempt shorts
Jewellery and Handbags from Thailand ;)
We are not doing presents this year... but if anyone insists I'll take the Bulvgari Embellished clutch and the YSL T shirt

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