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a photo challenge!

I know this is something that is supposed to be done over 30 days.
I think I'm going to do it all in one go.
Which may be very boring for anyone who is reading it.

    A picture of yourself with 10 facts
1. My name is Louise.
2. I am nearly 27 years old.
3. I am Irish
4. I am ginger
5. My boyfriend's name is James.
6. But at heart I am a daddy's girl
7. I love to read
8.I love to blog
9. I want to travel the world a little at a time
10. I am planning on winning the lotto this week.

A picture of you and the person you have been closest with the longest
This is of Edel and I trying Haggis
She is my best friend.
I adore her.
I miss her being close by.
I think she is mega.
A picture of the cast from your favorite show
I love House.
A picture of your favorite night
This is the first night of my trip around Europe
With my wonderful friend David.
It is definitely one of the best nights I've ever had.
A picture of your favorite memory
Again this is one of a few 
and it also fits into best night category.
It was a night in Vilnius with some mega people.
Really good times.
A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day
I reckon a day as Emma
would be one of the best days ever!
She has an imagination to die for!
A picture of your most treasured item
A gift from James.
I love it and the thought that went into it.
A picture that makes you laugh
It is my sister when she was younger.
She was pretending the plastic golf balls where her eyes.
A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most
The person I have relied on the most is
probably my dad.
He is great.


  1. A picture of the person you do the most ****** up things with
  2. This is Aisling.
  3. Together we can be a little bold.
  4. Ok. Very bold!


A picture of something you hate

  1. A picture of something you love

A picture of your favorite band or artist


  1. A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without


  1. A picture of something you want to do before you die


  1. A picture of someone who inspires you


A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently
It made me re-evaluate some stuff.
If you haven't read it.
You should.

  1. OK. I'm cutting it short.
  2. My tolerance only lasts so long for these things!



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