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Life. Beauty. Laughter.
A thoughtful, girly perspective on life & the pursuit of happiness.
Saturday, December 19, 2009
As a feminist, I should object to this on principle, but, alas, I am crying with laughter! :) (Mainly because I can see myself doing all these things, bar the very last one, of course!)
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This blog chronicles the journey of a 21-year-old aspiring writer from Perth, Australia, on my search for happiness, love and inspiration. "Potentiality knocks at the door of my heart" — Haruki Murakami.
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