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100 blog posts, 100 pictures. If you think I'm going to credit all of these, you can think again.

...because I have a little something to celebrate today.

Namely:
100
posts published.


613
comments. (387 to go...)


1,269


2,669
visitors.

Of which,
92
were searching for fake ponytails. Sorry about that.


37
pictures of my wedding.


21
pictures of shoes.

£1.38
total money made from blogging. Yeah, it's still rolling in.

5
times I have used the word balls on the blog.

(Really? Only five?)




Yes, this is the same picture that was at the top. What? It took me a long time, ok?


Thank you, thank you a million times for sticking with me for ONE HUNDRED FLIPPING POSTS!
(Even when I'm not even writing them. Ahem.)

But I wrote this one! Like right now!
I know, the wonders of time zones.

So, do you have a favourite picture? I do...


8 boats moored :

  1. Hurrah, hurrah and thrice hurrah!

    Well done you. You should be very, very proud, and spend today eating cake.

    My fave pics, apart from the genuis ones Lucy Stendall took, obvs, are...oh. The one of Lucy Stendall.

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  2. Congratulations! Very impressed. Hope you're having a lovely holiday, I'm so jealous

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  3. Congratulations! Has to be the pic with the evil eye!

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  4. Congratulations!! I love your blog, so pretty please, don't ever stop blogging. xx

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  5. Congrats!! My 100th post was yesterday, too! So funny. And I must say that the leaping bunny pictures you had up one day were really hilarious. Hope you are soaking up the California sunshine!

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  6. Congratulations to you!! My favourite ones are all the ones featuring either flowers or stripes. Happy Holidaying.

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  7. Congratulations! I just sped on past that milestone without even noticing. Oops.

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