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Bought myself a blueberry cider...

Terry Pratchett is infinitely better then Rowling.
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The HP books are indeed much better than the movies. I can't recommend reading them enough.
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Been doing some art lately. Be kind as I'm not great at drawing lol:

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Also, I saw this really cool idea to jot down something you're grateful for. I've found thinking about what I'm grateful for before I go to sleep each night really good for my depression and I've kept it going ever since. But I've never written them down before; just made a mental note of them. So I'm trying this idea out this month:

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Maybe you guys could do one too? Each day, in one of the sunbeams, you write one thing you're grateful for. I'm doing mine in gold pen, but you could use whatever colours/style you fancy. And then, at the end of the month, you will have a full sun

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Some beautiful places I've visited lately:

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I just woke up in dread from a nap and this sunshine idea really cheered me up.
Cool butterflies also, they also have a kind of innocent joy about them...
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Been doing some art lately. Be kind as I'm not great at drawing lol:

The lovely little thread of happiness 2 :)

Also, I saw this really cool idea to jot down something you're grateful for. I've found thinking about what I'm grateful for before I go to sleep each night really good for my depression and I've kept it going ever since. But I've never written them down before; just made a mental note of them. So I'm trying this idea out this month:

The lovely little thread of happiness 2 :)

Maybe you guys could do one too? Each day, in one of the sunbeams, you write one thing you're grateful for. I'm doing mine in gold pen, but you could use whatever colours/style you fancy. And then, at the end of the month, you will have a full sun

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When I was experimenting with classes, trying to figure out a path I had to take a creative writing course. One project was to use a hundred words that mean something to you. I edited a lot of images and cropped them in to create this and tried to balance the chosen words. There is a single spelling error. :/
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Pizza two days in a row. That calls for happiness.
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I just woke up in dread from a nap and this sunshine idea really cheered me up.
I'm glad it cheered you up. I hope doing it helps

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Lovely drawings willow.
Thank you guys!

The Red Admiral and Spotted Wood butterflies are the 2 that regularly come to visit me in the garden. Though, unlike the Red Admiral, the Spotted Wood is too shy to actually land on me. But they are both very kind to me and have a special place in my heart.

The rainbow one is of a sun catcher that I recently bought

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