#Blogtober16 An Old Photo of Me

I come from a family who are obsessed with photographs. Us getting a digital camera probably put a lot of film processing machines out of commission.

However, for day 2 of Blogtober, there was only one picture that first came to mind when asked to share an old photo of myself.

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This photo was taken by my mum in the cafe at the top of The Great Orme in Llandudno.

We had a weeks holiday in Llandudno every single year and the Orme was always a must. I think this year (I think I’m about 11) my mum and I went on our own, spending nights sitting in the tiny bar at the back of the B&B we always went to (and also my very first job helping to clean up after breakfast and set up for dinner for Β£1 a day – 50p a shift).

Just looking at this photo makes me happy because I look like the person I always felt like inside. I’ve got my hair the length I always wanted, a headband (signature) and clothes on that to this day and I can picture and absolutely loved – full on tomboy style.

This person was amazing. I love her. I would want everyone to be her because *warning* she gave no fucks.

Trying to find this picture meant Jay and I scrolled through some pretty sketchy looking Facebook albums so I’m just going to add two more I loved below. I mainly love them because they’re take in the house we live in now when it was still my nans and that gives me all the happy memories.

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In the back garden, crawling into and possibly eating coal in the coal bunker in the back garden. The joys of being the coal mans granddaughter.

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In our back garden again, surrounded by my gnomes. I can remember taking this picture like it was yesterday but still no idea why I decided to become gnome queen for the day.

BRING BACK THE 90’s.

If you want to join in #Blogtober16 hope over to Hex Mum and get your creativity going.

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