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It's so cold







It's so cold, freezing cold.
I just cant get out of my warm bed.
Can anyone get me a cup of hot steaming coffee, please?

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  1. It was 15 when i woke up this morning - even my door handles were frozen shut!

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  2. I feel the same! That's why my boyfriend bought us a coffee maker we can set the night before... then it's just a fight as to who goes and grabs it for the both of us :) Stay warm!!

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  3. Same here! I have coffee right now and I think I would freeze without it!

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  4. Oh how I wish it were like that in Cairo! It was 27 degrees today. I didn't even take my coat off its hanger this year.. sad.

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  5. really lovely pics and absolutely gorgeous gloves!

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  6. It's freezing here in Dublin too! My coat basically looks like a duvet... too cold to wear anything else. Can't wait for the snow to go so I can start dressing like a girl again!

    Cute blog by the way :)
    x

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  7. did you take these pictures? because i really like them!
    okay so question. im still pretty new to this whole blogging thing haha. and the only thing im confused about is the whole award thing. how do you give them? how do you get them? bahahaha. well if you get time give me a reply:)

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