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I found these amongst the huge bunch of unpublished files scattered around my laptop. This was such a great night at my best friends house - hot meal, good wine, delicious desserts and great company
Saci had just got her new toy - the old film Holga camera from ebay, so before dinner we were playing out front. I love the aztec knit piled over the top of her mismatched outfit, which coincidentally went well with our mismatched meal: Spicy vegetarian dumpling soup, followed by chilled chocolate dipped strawberries and almonds, and finished with hot self saucing caramel puddings, homemade ice cream and good old peppermint & english tea... and now I miss home....

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