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24/365 A Picture of Paradise

Had a great night last night with friends but it has been tainted by the fact that this poor Bounty bar will never see paradise.

In an attempt to find it a home I have decided to try and find a foster family via eBay, please support in any way you know how eBay Listing

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23/365 A Little Pepper

Portrait of our Pepper on the fly, as in "…oops I haven’t done a photo yet oh but wait we have a cute cat, that’ll do…"

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22/365 Appointments

I’ve had nothing but appointments these last two weeks, consultants, specialists, doctors, nurses, none of them I really wanted to go to.

Starting February I’m making an effort to fill my diary with photographic appointments – my kind of appointments!

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21/365 Pain Killer

At last sweet relief from the constant pain I’ve been in.

I over did it going to work yesterday, feels like I’ve had a hernia, doc says its just muscle and tissue swelling around the incision – oh OK that’s all right then!

These bad boys reminded me of one of my favourite Turin Brakes songs, hence the title of this photograph “Pain Killer”

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20/365 Upon Reflection

A failed attempt to go into work today saw me back in bed by lunch, the pain killers I took made me drowsy and forgetful, upon reflection – I should have stayed at home.

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19/365 The Road

I was lucky this morning that the fog had hung around. A lot of people had tweeted about it but I didn’t feel like getting up.

Don’t stare at The Road for too long, you’ll never get back!

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