Thursday, 31 October 2013

Reasons To Be Cheerful - Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

I love Halloween. Our house is really busy today. We have our Granddaughter and Niece staying over and we have lots to do like gruesome food to prepare, decorations to put up, a pumpkin man to build (if it stops raining), ghosts to hang, vampires to dress and kids to spook!

I actually think that I am more excited than the kids. So my reasons for being cheerful this week are simply because it's Halloween!

Hope you all have a great time!

Reasons to be Cheerful at Mummy from the Heart

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

The Gallery - Halloween

Carving Pumpkins 1979

During the 1970's kids in the UK didn't really Trick or Treat, or dress up or even really celebrate Halloween. It was something the Americans did in movies, not many Families in East London. However, that changed for us when we were lucky enough to spend Halloween in Canada in 1979. 

They really celebrate it in style over there and I was totally fascinated by all the decorations, everywhere I looked including MacDonald's (something else I had never tried until Canada). My Aunt & Uncle introduced my parents to Happy Meals. Mum was quite strict with us eating healthy food and she rarely bought takeaway food, so I can't actually ever remember visiting Maccie D's before, and boy did we enjoy it, especially as the free novelty gift was a special Halloween certificate for a dollar, me and my younger Brother were thrilled. 

We also carved our first pumpkins in Canada, something I totally loved doing and still do. In fact, my experience of Halloween in Canada left a big impression on me and I have always liked to make an effort with my own kids, including thinking up clever ideas for our pumpkins...

 Happy Halloween!

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

His & Hers Christmas Gift Ideas For Under £30

How is your Christmas shopping going? Have you even started yet? I live with a Christmas obsessed Husband so we actually started ours in January. Crazy, I know but believe me starting early really does take out a lot of the stress. I've put together a few ideas for His & Hers Christmas gifts for under £30. All available from one online store.
Over at Find Me A Gift they have a huge choice of quirky gifts especially for that 'difficult to buy for' loved one. In my experience the most difficult to buy for tend to be men, so how about a novelty onsie? Find Me A Gift have a fab choice, just like this Only Fools And Horses Yellow Onsie. The men in my life all want to find one of these under the tree Christmas morning.

Official Only Fools merchandise, this is the 'creme de la menthe' of mens onesies and features the logo on the chest and 'Trotter Independent Trading Co, New York, Paris, Peckham' on the back! If you are looking for cushty Birthday gift for men or pukka present for teenagers, this has to be it. With a hood and 2 pockets at the front, it has a brushed cotton fleece lining for triffic comfort. You can just imagine watching telly, walking through the market or going on a stag night. Lovely Jubbly.

Priced at £29.99

Another really cool gift idea from Find Me A Gift are One Direction Glitter Tattoo's perfect for the 1D fan in your life. My teenage Daughter & seven year old Granddaughter totally love these. Great for Standing out from the crowd at your next One Direction concert, with 10 in a pack, they can be used on the face or body and can last several days if you put them on right. A superb Christmas stocking filler, One Direction Glitter Tattoos are a must for Directioners of any age!

Also available are One Direction Nail Art which contains nail stickers for both hands, each with a member of the band on them! Super effective and really easy to use, just clean your nails, stick each nail transfer on your nails and smooth. Any excess can be filed off with the included emery board!  The pack has 20 One Direction Nail Art stickers, giving you plenty of spares! Why not ration yourself and just use 1 at a time; painting your other nails with funky colours?

Priced at £4.99 per pack!

You could even team these stocking fillers up with a life size One Direction Cardboard Cut Out, and still be under your £30! Read my previous review here includes a video of a prank we played on our teenage Daughter. Great Gifts for One Directioners!

His Gift Idea's: 
  • Superman Sleeved Blanket - You've probably heard of the Slanket which is taking over the nation's sofas and beds, but this sleeved fleece blanket is a lot more heroic. Made from super soft fleece, this lounger blanket is an officially licensed DC Comics product and features the famous S logo, red pants and rippling muscles. Priced at £14.99.
  • Stylophone - Re-launched over thirty years after its original production stopped, this latest Stylophone retains all the classic styling of the original machine, but now offers the added benefits of volume control, a headphone or amplifier socket, and an MP3 socket. You can also alter the pitch control. Priced at £19.99.
  • Pinball Master - This is a terrific tabletop version of the much loved (and wonderfully addictive) classic arcade game. Just like a full size pinball machine, it too features an automatic scoring panel (with high school display), double flipper control, spring action bumpers, light and sound displays. However instead of emptying your pockets of silver, all it takes is 4 x C 1.5V batteries! Priced at £19.99.

 Gift Idea's For Her:
  • Eye Massager - is excellent for effective relief from stress, headaches and migraines. As seen on Richard and Judy and developed from Chinese acupuncture, massage and magnetic principles, it helps reduce headaches and migraines which are caused by extensive use computers, driving or studying and reading. Priced at £14.99.
  • The Mercado Shopping Bag - A large eco bag which is ahead of other reusable shopping bags. The Mercado is designed with 9 compartments. As well as the main section, there are four small interior pockets for fragile items, two medium interior compartments and two small exterior pockets. The main section even has elastic loops inside, to keep bottles from moving around. Priced at £12.99.
  • Personalised Retro Sweets Jar - A massive 4 litre jar packed with all your favourite retro sweets. Containing a total of 22 varieties of classic sweets including: refresher chews, parma violets, drumstick lollies, fried eggs, gob stoppers, cola bottles, flying saucers, candy sticks, love hearts and popping candy just to name a few. Priced at £24.99.

*We were sent an Only Fools Onsie and some 1D stocking fillers free of charge for the purpose of this gift guide. I have received no financial reward and my opinion is honest & unbiased.

Monday, 28 October 2013

My First Day At Secondary School

I had an anxious, nervous tummy the morning of my first day of secondary school. It was 1981 and I had heard rumours from older girls of newcomers heads getting flushed down toilet's, dinner money being nicked, a terrifying headmistress that ruled with an iron rod and worst of all, a ghost in the clock tower.

Mum quickly lined us up for our back to school photo, Dad was parked out the front in his American Pontiac Firebird, reving the big, noisy engine. I thought I was going to be sick at the thought of the attention Dad's car would draw to me. And I was right, because as we pulled up outside the back gate, Barry Manilow blasting from the car stereo, everyone turned to stare. The older girls with moody faces and cigarettes hanging from their lips looked terrifying. 

My legs, felt like lead as I fumbled for the silver door handle, desperate to remain behind the tinted windows of this huge monstrosity. As I climbed out of the car I blushed so burning red that I thought my cheeks would explode and under my breath I begged "Please Dad, don't sound the horn" but he did and even more heads turned to look at the cool American car with the nervous new kid. At that moment, I thought I wouldn't make it through the gate without throwing up. Thankfully, I had arranged to knock for my Friend who lived next door to the very scary school gate, I was fine and I got through my first day without bumping into the clock tower ghost. Phew!

Friday, 25 October 2013

Thrifty Plus Size - Stud Your Blouse

I'm really into the studded clothing trend at the moment. My eye is always instantly drawn to items with studs. I guess it is me having a moment of my rock chic youth back. While I was in my local charity shop I found this great red, 80's, bat winged blouse for a pound. I instantly liked it as its my favourite colour, and I thought it would look fab studded.

1. Buy Your Studs - Studs are available from lots of craft shops, or like me you can purchase them from Ebay very cheaply. I got a bag full for a few pounds.

2. Place Studs In Position - Decide where you want your studs on your item of clothing, and carefully place them to get a rough idea of where they will go.

3. Pierce The Fabric - Push the pins of the stud through the fabric.

4. Bend The Pins - Bend the pins all the way over, use a butter knife to help if its a bit tough.

5. Continue Studding...

Red 1980's Blouse/overshirt - Charity Shop - £1.00
Black Leggings with Studded detail - Simply Be - £11.00
Black Tunic - Simply Be - £25.00
Black Studded Boots - Simply Be - £45.00

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Our House In The Back Garden - Growing Up On A Building Site

It was the summer of 1976. I was six and my Brother was four. We were a bit different from most families because we lived in a big mobile home in the garden. For twelve months we lived in our back garden, while our Dad built our house. Hardly anyone self built during that period, especially in a London borough, so our Mum & Dad were quite the brave couple.

Mum & Dad

The caravan in the garden was big and it was green, with all the mod cons needed for a family to live very comfortably and when my memory wanders back to our time living there, I can hear the radio playing Leo Sayer's 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing' and I can see my Mum doing her keep fit exercises wearing her bold 70's bikini, every time she flew into a jumping jack the whole caravan shook and we would giggle hysterically. Looking red faced and flustered Mum shooed us outside.

London suffered a heatwave that year, (the reason Mum was bouncing around in her bikini), so it was a long hot summer, this meant that we could spend most of our time playing outside. The surrounding garden was fenced off all the way around with six foot high wooden fence & trellis and a gate in the middle that had a big, black cast iron latch, the smell of creosote was intense. It was a very plain garden, with grass that had turned a dusty brown due to the hose pipe ban and the dry desert like conditions. Bright orange marigolds stood to attention around the fence, alongside tomato's and spring onions. My old grey rocking horse stood rusty and faded in the corner, my Brothers yellow Tonka dump truck left abandoned and full of sand, an Action Man precariously sat on top. 

From the other side of the fence we could hear the noisy crunching sound of Dads churning cement mixer and the tapping of the trowel as bricks were being laid. We chased our yellow Labrador Biscuit round in circles until we were dizzy and then we tried hopelessly to coax our tortoise, Catherine out from underneath the caravan, where she peacefully lived. Mum suddenly appears from inside the caravan, this time wearing a long, flower patterned, flowing skirt over the top of her bikini bottoms, her hair black and wavy, she is carrying a tray of tea for Dad and uncle Tom. I always thought my Mum looked beautiful. We were happy kids with dirty knee's and grubby hands because our life was an adventure growing up on the building site, that was our back garden.

Our newly completed house, from the back garden

Mammasaurus - How Does Your Garden Grow?

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

The Gallery - Body Parts


I took this photo a couple of years ago when our Granddaughter lost her first milk tooth. Papa Syder hasn't got a missing tooth but he has got quite a big gap and I thought it cute that they had a gap in the same place. Our Granddaughter thought it was totally hilarious!

Monday, 21 October 2013

Our First Kiss

It was April 1988 the first time that I kissed him. We were both seventeen. I had met him six months before and I'm not joking it was love at first sight for both of us. When I first saw him I noticed his gorgeous green eyes as he flicked back his long bleach blonde fringe, I leant towards my best mate and whispered "OMG, I'm in love!" I didn't know he had the same feeling toward me and for the next few months he tried to build up the courage to speak to me. But, I moved back home so didn't see him for a while and I forgot about him. Then a few months later we saw each other again, this time we become friends and started hanging out every day. He told me "I never thought I'd see you again". We totally clicked, but in the end it was actually our friend Maggie who pushed us together. Within two weeks of that first kiss we were living together and engaged six weeks after that.

Twenty five years later I'm still madly in love with him. He makes me laugh like no other person I have ever met and I fancy him like mad. I'm so glad we had that first kiss, he is the love of my life.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Cooking On A Budget - Shepherds Pie With A Twist

Shepherds Pie is always a good, hearty meal choice for feeding a large family on a budget. Usually I make it with mincemeat and carrots but sometimes for a change I replace the carrots with baked beans. It's a good alternative if you have a child who point blank refuses to eat carrots. It was how my Mum used to make it for me and my five Brothers when we were growing up, so making it this way, for me is a real comfort meal.

Ingredients - Serves 6 - 8 Cost - approx £1 per person
  • 500g Minced Beef or lamb
  • 1 x Onion (finely chopped)
  • 1 x Garlic Clove (crushed)
  • 2 x Tins of Baked Beans
  • 2.5 Kg Bag Of Potatoes
  • Dash of Olive Oil
  • Dash of worcestershire sauce
  • 1 x packet of Colemans (or shops own) Shepherds Pie Mix


1. Peel & chop your potatoes, put on to boil.
2. Add a dash of oil to a large frying pan, add the mincemeat, onion & garlic and cook until mincemeat is browned.
3. Mix up the Colemans shepherds pie mix in a jug and add to the mincemeat. Add a dash of worcestershire Sauce, Simmer for a few minutes then pour into your shepherds pie oven proof dish.
4. Add the baked beans and mix into the mincemeat.
5. Drain and mash your potatoes a knob of butter and a dash of milk. Then add to the top of the mincemeat
6. Cook in the oven on a low heat for approx 30 minutes, until the mash is golden brown on top.
7. Serve and Enjoy.

Monday, 14 October 2013

Retro Sideboard Makeover - Before & After

Back in July I managed to get my hands on a fab retro sideboard for £15 from Facebook Sales and over the summer Papa Syder and I worked some magic and gave it a makeover, just like we did on our retro dresser.

We gave it a gentle rub down, a couple of coats of primer and three coats of white satin wood. Hubby also had to cut out a slot in the top drawer to accommodate the sky box. As a modern family our sideboard is being used as a place to store our telly gadgets. We left the handles in their original teak and kept the original handles on the drawers.

I love the result. Its fresh, modern and  fits in perfectly with my lounge. 

What do you think?

Friday, 11 October 2013

Cooking On A Budget - Spanish Chicken

Another Family favourite here at The Syders is this Spanish Chicken dish. Plates are literally licked clean when I cook this one. Its not spicy, so the younger kids are fine with it too.

Ingredients - Serves 6 - Cost - Approx £2 per head.
  • 6 x Chicken Breasts
  • 1 x Can Cannellini Beans
  • 1 x Can of Chopped Tomato's
  • 1 x Chorizo Sausage
  • 1 x Onion, Chopped
  • 2 x Garlic Cloves, Crushed
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil
  • A Few Sprigs Of Fresh Thyme
  • 200ml of Water
  • Fresh Peppers, chopped (optional)


1. Slice the chicken breasts into chunks, put into a big pot and lightly fry in the olive oil.
2. Slice up the Chorizo and fry lightly in a separate pan.
3. Add the onion & garlic to the frying chicken.
4. When the Chorizo is browned add to the chicken.
5. Drain the cannellini beans and add to the pot. Stir in the tomato's.
6. Add the water and season with some chopped thyme, salt & pepper.
7. We like Chopped peppers in ours so if you want to, you can add some to the pot now.
8. Leave to simmer slowly for approx 30 mins.
9. Serve with pasta or rice.

Thursday, 10 October 2013

Reasons To Be Cheerful

1. I've started using a Fitbug (a step counter) and I've become totally addicted! Each day I have been aiming for 10,000 steps and even just a couple of days in I feel so much better, so much more alive. I'm totally loving my new gadget.

2. The weather is so Autumnal and I love it. I've been out in the garden weeding, cutting grass, trimming hedges and clearing debris. It's the perfect time for gardening.

3. The Autumn feels a bit like spring to me. A time for a good de-clutter so I've started by clearing out my wardrobe and Boy, it feels good!

Hows Your week Been?

Reasons to be Cheerful at Mummy from the Heart

How Does Your Garden Grow - Autumn Joy

A cold wind is blowing and I shiver as I stand at my back door sipping my hot, morning coffee. A coffee I know I shouldn't be drinking for health reasons, but I am struggling to give up my guilty indulgence, especially as we hit a chilly spell.

I wander down to the bottom of the garden and admire the Sedum's. They are in their prime at this time of year as they pop pink prettiness in a garden full of fallen brown rusty leaves. I decide that I will plant more of these beauties, maybe out the front, up against the picket fence or possibly surrounding Bertha, the caravan. I think Bertha would like them. They will sit perfectly at her feet and as pink is her favourite colour, I'm sure it will make her very happy and also her passer by's, as they often give her a sidewards glance, a nod and a nostalgic smile. Oh yes, they will make Bertha very happy indeed.

Mammasaurus - How Does Your Garden Grow?

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Thrifty Plus Size - A Winter Coat For A Fiver

For the past three years I have been wrapping myself up in my faithful grey leopard print furry coat. Its super warm & comfy and I love it, but it's time to move on as it's starting to look quite tired, so I've been keeping my eye out for a funky new winter coat.

I'm really quite particular about the coats that I like to wear. They have to be a bit different and I don't like anything too plain, so I was thrilled when I spotted this black Zara wool coat in my local charity shop for a fiver. It has a real 80's look to it and I love its square button detailing. It also has triangle buttons on the pockets. I'm just totally in love with it and it is so cosy. Perfect for the coming winter months.

Coat - Zara - Charity Shop - £5.00
Necklace - charity Shop - 50p
Boots - Simply Be - £45.00
Leggings (with stud detailing) - Simply Be - £11.00

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Halloween Attractions In The UK

The Syders love Halloween and we always really enjoy attractions that make an effort to  spook us. There is loads and loads of creepy, fun to be had up and down the country. Here are a few ideas of places you could visit if you are stuck for a good day/evening out. Our top tip is 'Dont forget to dress the little ones up in fancy dress' It really adds to the atmosphere and the kids love it!

1. Chessington World of Adventures Resort - Halloween Hocus Pocus - This creepy event is filled with hauntings, mysteries and spooky family fun suitable for all. New for 2013:  
  • The Mystery of Hocus Pocus Hall. Adventurers brave enough must enter the bewitching stately home of Sir Arthur, a famous explorer, who vanished without a trace! Try to solve the mystery of what happened to Sir Arthur as you journey through the house and discover a priceless collection of antiques which seem to have powers all of their own.
  • VAMPIRE: The Haunting in the Hollows is back! Step back in time to 1897 in Transylvania where, beyond the gates of Castle Dracula, lies the village of Black Hollow and our spookiest Halloween attraction yet.
  • Burt and Bilge’s Big Bad BOO in Market Square as the resident medieval misfits put on a Halloween celebration you’re unlikely to forget! Perfect for the whole family, the Medieval Misfits are guaranteed to have you in stitches (the good kind!).
Hocus Pocus will be running from 19th October – 4th November. 10am – 5pm from 19th October – 24th October and then 10am - 7pm from 25th October – 3rd November.

The Vampire At Chessington

2. North Devon - The Big Sheep Halloween Festival - Tucked away, deep amongst the rolling hills of my most favourite place in the Uk is The Big Sheep. Every year this award winning attraction hosts a Halloween festival, full of cute farm animals, shows, rides and spooky goings on. Last time we visited a Mummy pig had just had babies and we saw the piglets feeding, the kids were totally thrilled, as were we. The 'Fun by Day' Halloween Festival runs from Oct 26th - Nov 3rd - 10am to 6pm. This year attractions include:
  • Indoor Trick or Treat
  • Haunted Hay Ride - Highly recommended by The Syders - Do not miss this, its fab!
  • Lakeside Train Ride
  • Haunted House
  • Pumpkin Carving
  • Fancy Dress and LOTS more.
They also host 'Scary by Night' Halloween evening parties running on Thursday 31st October, Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd November - 6:00pm - 10:00pm. Don't forget to dress up!

3. Thorpe Park - Fright Nights. Thorpe Park have teamed up with Lionsgate bringing some of their award winning horror films to life. Not for the faint hearted, attractions include:
  • The Cabin In The Woods
  • Saw Alive Horror Maze
  • My Bloody Valentine
  • The Blair witch Project
  • You're Next
  • The Asylum

4. The London Dungeons Biggest Halloween Ever - Halloween is The London Dungeons most favourite time of the year. Experts in Costume, make up, tricks and creepy fun, you are sure to have a jumpy time. Attractions for Halloween include:
  • A new character for Halloween - Mr Pumpkineer (A Pumpkin Farmer)
  • 1000's of Pumpkin decorations
  • Special creepy Halloween Surprises
  • A free Chupa Chups treat for every guest
The Dungeons are also in Blackpool, York and Edinburgh. NB: Make sure you book in advance for the Halloween period as they sell out really fast!

5. Warwick Castle - The Haunted Castle. Daytime attractions and shows run from 10am - 5pm and they include:
  • Seance
  • Witches Tower
  • The Haunted Hollows
  • Paranormal Investigation
  • The Duelling Dead
Evening attractions run from 5pm - 9pm and include:
  • The Revenge of Henry Black
  • Trebuchet Fireball
You could make your day out even more fun with one of the Castles great Halloween experiences:
  • Skeleton Family Breakfast - enjoy an exclusive breakfast in the Castle's Undercroft, with Halloween entertainment specially designed for families
  • Spooky Family Supper - a delicious supper and entertainment from the Haunted Castle's finest characters
  • Halloween Dungeons After Dark
  • Exclusive Haunted Castle Tours - back by popular demand, experience an evening of horror with an exclusive tour of the Castle Dungeon and Gaol and witness a terrifying Seance
  • Dine Through Time with a Guy Fawkes Twist an evening of enthralling entertainment, heart food and unlimited drinks

6. Pleasurewood Hills - Pleasurewood Chills Scream Park. For those brave enough the park will offer a host of scary attractions including:
  • HobsPit - Highly Recommended by The Syders
  • Tales Of The Haunted Coast
  • Satan's Circus Scare Maze
  • Spooky Storytellers
  • Hopton Ghost hunters
  • Horror Express
  • Trick Or Treat
  • Family Pumpkin Carving
  • Fancy Dress Competition
  • Firework Spectacular
The park will remain open until 6pm every evening, for the final hour all rides will close for witching hour where all the scare attractions get even more terrifying. Pleasurewood Chills runs from October 26th - 3rd November - 10am - 6pm. All scare attractions will open at 12pm. Entry price has been dropped to £13.50 for the period.

Any other ideas? 
What attractions do you like to visit over the Halloween period?

Monday, 7 October 2013

Rocking Our Way To France In 88

It was September 1988 and I had been seeing Papa Syder (on the right) for five months, living with him for three. That year Mum took Me, Papa and my five younger Brothers over to France to stay at Center Parcs for two whole weeks. I can't even begin to express how excited we were as we all piled into the back of the Family mini bus. I headed straight for the back seat, my headphones hooked over my head, personal stereo on full wack, I rested my head against the window as Def Leopard rocked my world.

We arrived at Dover two hours later, boarded the ferry and couldn't wait to explore the boat. The boys headed straight for the restaurant and I felt a little uneasy as I watched them devour a full English, followed by cheap chocolate from the duty free. I had a funny feeling they might regret pigging out. And they did. As the boat rocked and swayed, so did their breakfast inside their tummies. All they could do to ease the sickness was sit out on deck in silence. My Brother (on the left) really didn't look too good at all. Not sure they appreciated me pointing a camera in their faces at that precise moment, but hey, I knew it would be funny to look back on one day.

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Reasons To Be Cheerful

Its been very busy here at The Syders all week, and very chaotic as Papa Syder had an accident last weekend and ended up with a nasty hole in his foot. He jumped off our bed (after putting some Christmas pressies up on top of the wardrobe) and he landed on a plug. The prong went through his foot. Eewww, it totally turned my stomach and he was in so much pain, I could have cried for him. He went to the Doctors, had a tetanus and was given some antibiotics, so he is on the mend but still in a lot of pain.

1. Even though Papa really hurt himself, it has meant lots of cuddles on the sofa as the Doctor has prescribed foot rest. It really wasn't easy getting him to rest up and he has still been hobbling to work. But I have made him put his feet up as soon as he gets in. While resting we have discovered 'The Walking Dead' box set and are totally hooked.

2. I received a lovely opportunity from Simply Be last week. They sent me a dress and asked to create two looks by using thrifty accessories. I love this type of review as it fires up my creativity and is so much fun. They were a total pleasure to work with and they really made my week. I always enjoy reviews and have received some really gorgeous opportunities over the years, but fashion challenges really thrill me especially when I can incorporate them into my 'Thrifty Plus Size'. Great fun.

3. It was carnival weekend and we really enjoyed it. Sadly Papa had to miss it due to his injury but I popped down there and bumped into Friends and Neighbours. My Daughters partners two little Nieces come to stay overnight and so did our Granddaughter and right at the last minute (2 hours to go) the girls decided that they wanted to dress up in fancy dress. Usually my Granddaughter has dress ups at my house but she had taken them all home on her last visit, so I began to panic. Our town gets shut off for carnival so there was no nipping to Asda, instead I come up with the idea to make three little brides from a old piece of net. Lucky I can sew.

How's Your week Been?

Reasons to be Cheerful at Mummy from the Heart

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

The Gallery - Through The Eyes Of My Phone

I very rarely venture anywhere without my 'big' camera. It's like an addiction and it drives the family mad as everything we do takes twice as long because I'm stopping to take photo's. However since I've been instagramming I've started using my camera phone a lot more. 

My eldest daughter tends to hide when the 'big' camera shows its face, but sometimes she doesn't notice my phone pointing at her and I manage to capture a cracking shot. This one is one of my favourites as her Friend has just told her a funny joke and she has found it hilarious. I love it.


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