Friday, 8 January 2016

The Sales


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  1. Oh dear, I know what you mean about that shopping experience! New Year, New You! Keep the faith. Plum, you look lovely next to the furniture! xoxoxoxo, Vicki and Tulip

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    1. New Me isn't really happening, Vicki. Today I am older than I've ever been. I have some grey hairs but Emma says she is going to cut them off.
      Life is full of excitements.
      Love Plum xxxx

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  2. Got to love the first attempt to shop (clothes or otherwise) after the holiday excesses!

    Giorgi can relate...
    Ellie

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    1. Thanks for the sympathy. It's nice to know someone understands the whole thing. Haven't been back yet.
      E&P x

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  3. I have one word for you, Emma: Boden. I spoke this like an open sesame about six years ago, or rather a close sesame as the curtains of hellish changing rooms instantly closed, the golden couriers glided to my door, and I have been painlessly presentable ever since. And as Aldeburgh has been called Boden-On-Sea, you'll fit in beautifully. Sadly though Plum I don't think they do doggywear. Thanks for a great laugh today anyway.
    love, James

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    1. Thank you James. I will bear it in mind… but do they do dark dreary clothes? Probably not. That is our speciality. We sort of wear matching outfits. Rather woolly and mud-splattered. But perhaps we should make a special effort this year.
      Love Emma and Plum

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  4. Plum I like your stories. I'm reading the book - Plumdog, I think it is a very good book.
    From Guy aged 8

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    1. Dear Guy,
      Thank you so much for saying so. That means a lot to me.
      Love from Plum (aged 7 today)

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  5. My Mum thinks you modeled the blue sofa beautifully, I prefer your jaunty pose with the pink chair. Meaghan didn't vote because she was too busy snoring under the bed.

    Love, Gracie

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    1. Actually you would have been a far better model, Gracie, because you are so pretty and you probably know how to drape yourself in a graceful pose, nonchalantly, half falling off the arm of a chair, which is a look I've never successfully accomplished. I just fall off.
      Lots of love Plum

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  6. How tiresome, Plum. I hope there was a nice biscuit in there for you somewhere. Emma has a strange idea of a "good outing", I think.

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    1. Too right, Hilarie. You should see where she took me on my birthday. xx

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