31 July 2013

Review - Kiss Date Love Hate by Luisa Plaja

Kiss, Date, Love, Hate
What if you could change your friends' lives and loves through the settings of a computer game...?
Lex Murphy's group of friends have all dated, hated, ignored and lusted after each other for the last few years. If only there was a way of matching people perfectly to avoid all the unrequited love, dumping and drama! Then Lex's friend George is given a mysterious Sims-like game by his software-testing dad which involves building character profiles in the categories of Life, Looks and Love. Lex and George populate the game with avatars for all their mates, making a few 'wishful thinking' adjustments to the settings - and find that the next day these tinkerings have come true! But how long can this new calm, loved-up atmosphere continue?

Published February 2012 by Random House Children's Books
278 pages

This book was an absolute joy to read. I don't often say that as I'm hard to please when it comes to books, but this one really was brilliant.  I couldn't put it down once I'd picked it up, meaning that I read the full thing in a day. :P If that's not a sign that I liked it then I don't know what is. I had no idea what to expect before I submerged myself in this novel; I'd only ever skimmed through the blurb and hadn't read any reviews or discussions prior to reading it.  This meant that I didn't really have any expectations apart from knowing that I would like the writing style, as I had read a couple of Luisa Plaja's books before. I'm glad that I didn't know very much about this book as I believe my reading experience was enhanced because of this. 

'Kiss Date Love Hate' is a perfect book for any teen girl who wants a light-hearted, quick read, that allows them to escape and be sucked into a surreal, dreamy world.  The writing style is very easy to read and every character is well formed, unique and lovable in their own way. I would say that my favourite character was Lex as she was very gutsy in the book which made me grow to admire her as I read, but I also really warmed up to Drew as I got further in.  I really like his bad-boy persona and found myself looking forward to any part he was involved in. 

The plot was incredibly smart and very original which made me enjoy it even more, and unlike some other books with amazing, unique plots, I wasn't at all disappointed with how it was done.  I think that the idea was played brilliantly and I don't see how Luisa could have made it any better.

Overall, I think that this book is the perfect read for a rainy weekend or a relaxing holiday for any teen/tween girl.
I'll happily give it 4 out of 5 hearts. :)

Lots of love, Cat

This was a re-post from my book blog, Stuck In A Book, which will be closing down very soon. I completely neglected it and after realising that I prefer to keep all of my posts on one blog together, I've decided to shut it down. I didn't want this post to go to waste as I really enjoyed this book, so I re-posted it here. ^_^


30 July 2013

Highland Adventure - Day 5 & 6

I've been getting a great response for the Highland Adventure posts so, as promised, here is the final instalment of my holiday in Muir Of Ord. ^_^

Day 5 - Thursday 25th
This was an interesting day...The weather forecast for Thursday was storms and torrential rain so we were very 'sensible' and planned to go shopping in Inverness that day. Our logic was that it would quieter and we would be in and out of shops anyway so it wouldn't matter what the weather was like. Very smart. We drove into the city centre of Inverness, took ages to park because it was mobbed, then walked to the shops. I was pretty disappointed when we were walking through the city as it looked just like a town I live near. Inverness is a nice enough city though and the scenery was lovely, I just expected something a bit different. We spent a little while walking around the city and doing a little bit of shopping then there was a drop of rain. Oh great. The rain built up pretty damn quickly and before we knew it, it was torrential and freezing and blargh. We bought umbrellas in Poundland so my hair stayed dry but I was wearing shorts and a t.shirt so by the time we got back to the car I looked like a drowned rat...I actually love rain so I didn't mind. ^_^ We went back to the lodge and just read and watched films as it was still raining, then played charades at night which was hilarious. :')
You might have guessed that the photos above aren't actually from that day, it was too rainy to take any photos. :P

Day 6 - Friday 26th
Friday was our last full day in Muir Of Ord but it was another rainy day so we ended up having a lazy day in the lodge and getting ready for the next day. We went out for breakfast/lunch (brunch hehe), bought some food in the Co-Op then headed back to the lodge where I pretty much just slept and read until dinner time. It was a nice wind-down day after a busy week and I good way to say goodbye to the lodge. :) For dinner we went to the Priory Hotel in Beauly and had one of the nicest dinners I've had for a long time. It was amazing and I'd definitely recommend eating at the Priory if you're ever near Beauly. ^_^

Sorry about the more boring post today, day 5 and 6 were very lazy days. :P You should check out the other posts for more interesting stuff and recommendations! (here and here
Hope you enjoyed this little mini-series!

Lots of love, Cat


29 July 2013

Highland Adventure - Day 3 & 4

Hopefully you all enjoyed my last post about the Highlands (here)! As promised, here are some photos and a little account of day 3 and 4 of my holiday in Muir Of Ord. ^_^

Day 3 - Tuesday 23rd

Day three was one of my favourite days of the holiday, as I finally got to visit Loch Ness after (almost) 16 years of living in the same country as it. Loch Ness is one of the UK's largest bodies of water and is home to the legend of Nessie (do you believe in Nessie?) so I've wanted to visit it for a while. It was quite a drive to get to Loch Ness (about three hours or so) but that's because we, once again, didn't do any research and didn't use a GPS so we ended up taking a stupid, really long route. So smart. :P We arrived in the town next to the Loch, Fort Augustus, and got lunch before heading off for a little explore. There's an awesome canal running through Fort Augustus and we arrived when the locks were in use so we got to the see water levels change and the boats move from each part of the canal which was pretty cool. The scenery in Fort Augustus is beautiful and there are some cute cafes and gift shops, as well as a few Nessie exhibitions and tourist-y things like that. We only went to one exhibition which claimed to be the best exhibition in the Highlands but it turned out to be pretty rubbish...I wouldn't recommend that one but if you're ever in the Highlands, definitely pay a visit to Fort Augustus. ^_^
When we got back to the lodge in Muir Of Ord, we had dinner then played badminton in the garden for a while. I'm really not very good at badminton (or any sport...) despite playing it every week in PE for two years, and my full family were just as hopeless so it proved to be hilarious and a lot of fun. We are all so uncoordinated. :D

Day 4 - Wednesday 24th

Day four was my favourite day in the Highlands; we went to a few different places, ate good food and it was a beautiful day. ^_^ We started the day by having breakfast at the lodge then driving to a town known for its dolphin spotting. I wasn't expecting much as I've never been dolphin spotting before and was a little sceptical but once we had arrived and found a good spot I was instantly impressed. There were about 6 or 7 dolphins swimming in little groups only a couple of meters away from where we were standing. It was crazy! I didn't take my camera and the photos I took on my iPhone weren't very good so I've used one of my dad's photos here. He had a fancy camera and monopod so he got some awesome pictures. :D 
After that we drove for about half an hour or so to Cawdor Castle; a beautiful old castle with stunning gardens. Apparently, Shakespeare visited the castle when he was writing Macbeth and set the play in the castle and grounds. The actual castle is beautiful and grand, with a load of paintings and an awful lot of furniture. It's very regal, and we found out that people still live in the castle today, keeping it the same as it was all those years ago. The gardens were even more impressive than the castle though. They were so beautiful and colourful; honestly the nicest gardens I've seen in any castle grounds. I would highly recommend visiting Cawdor Castle! 
Next, we drove another 20 minutes to Culloden Battlefield. This was where the battle between Scotland and England took place...a long time ago (I really don't know much about the battle at all) and it had been kept pretty much exactly the same as when the battle happened and opened for the public to walk around. It's been rumoured to be really haunted but I didn't pick up on anything like that. All I felt was a kind of emptiness and just general misery. It wasn't the nicest hour but it was very powerful and I won't forget it any time soon.
It was an amazing day. ^__^

Day 5 and 6 up tomorrow!
Lots of love, Cat

28 July 2013

Highland Adventure - Day 1 & 2

A lot has happened since my last post; I somehow managed to fail to tell you that I was going on holiday so I pretty much disappeared for three weeks without any warning. Sorry about that... I have no excuse for my absence between the 10th and the 20th, but after that I went up North to spend a week frolicking in the hills with the sheep and highland cows and even though I took a laptop and had an alright internet connection, I didn't feel like blogging or using the interwebs at all when I was away. Crazy, I know. :P A ridiculous amount of photos were taken during our holiday as my dad is a photography junkie and my sister, mum and I have fun playing around with his cameras and taking a bunch of shots when we're out. I thought it'd be nice to share some of these photos with you, whilst talking about what I got up to in the Highlands and recommending some places to visit if you ever go on a Highland adventure. :D

Day 1 - Sunday 21st
We travelled and arrived Saturday but after a four hour journey we were all too tired to go out and explore, making Sunday our first full day in the Highlands. We stopped off in Dunblaine (Andy Murray's home town) half-way through the journey for lunch and a look around (and to get a photo next to the golden post-box), and arrived at the lodge in Muir Of Ord (10 miles North of Inverness) in the late afternoon. All we really did on Saturday was unpack, settle into the lodge and get dinner from the chippy in the village. I pretty much spent the rest of my time in the hammock that came with the lodge, and if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you'll know about my love for this hammock. :') We were all exhausted on Sunday morning and eventually got up at 11am, got ready and went into Beauly for some breakfast because we had absolutely no food in the lodge. Beauly is a gorgeous little village next to Muir Of Ord with cafes, gift shops, a post office, hair dressers and bakers. We chose a cafe (a little blue one on the corner, near the co-op) and had a lovely breakfast there (musili, yoghurt and berries) before setting off to John O' Groats, aka the top of Scotland. We hadn't done any research, all we knew was that John O' Groats was the village at the very top of the UK and you could literally stand on top of Scotland. It was a three hour drive from where we were staying but it was worth it once we got there (despite it being freezing, misty and very windy) because I was standing at the top of the country. There really wasn't anything there apart from a couple of gift shops, a chip van and a few coffee shops, and the sign leading into John O' Groats said 'The end of the road' which was quite unnerving, but the whole experience was pretty awesome and a great start to our holiday. ^_^

Day 2 - Monday 22nd
We got off to a better start on Monday because we actually got up at a decent time, giving us more time to get ready and plan what we were doing that day. We decided to go to Nairn - a seaside town where my dad used to spend his summers as a kid - then Forres - a small town that's known for its flowers. I thought that Nairn was where the oatcakes were made but apparently not...:( Nairn was only a 20 minute drive away from Muir Of Ord and when we got there we had a look around, went for a walk by the sea then sat on the beach for a while. It was quite a windy day because we were next to the ocean so we didn't spend long on the beach but it was absolutely beautiful. Then we made our way into the main town bit of Nairn and had a look around the shops; there wasn't very much to see but it was nice for my dad to revisit his childhood holiday town. :) After Nairn, we drove for another 20 minutes to Forres and had a look around there too. Forres is a very small town with some shops, cafes and parks, and the town has won awards for their gardens and flowers. It was a pretty town but we didn't spend a lot of time there as it wasn't too impressive. We spent the rest of the day at the lodge, watching films and reading. :)

Day 3 and 4 will be up soon!
Lots of love, Cat

9 July 2013

Currently I'm...

I spent an amazing day at the beach on Sunday with my friends. We spent a lot of the day in the ocean, we ate chips and I became a mermaid (shown above).  :D

I saw this post over at Your Almost Alice and absolutely loved the idea; it's a bit different and is a really nice way to update your readers and share some of the things you've been loving recently. After my little blogging hiatus I thought this would be a good way to come back after my Summer Reads series, and tell you all what's been going on in my life. ^_^

Until two days ago I was re-reading the Summer trilogy by Jenny Han. I finished the last book on Sunday, cried a lot (as per) then moved on to Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler. This book has been on my TBR list for over a year and it finally made it's way onto my bookshelf last Monday. I can't express how much I was looking forward to reading this book. I'm only about 20 pages in at the moment but so far I'm enjoying it. :D

Just the usual stuff to be honest: The Apprentice (Team Clough), Australia's Next Top Model, Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model, Ultimate Shopper, New Girl and Glee re-runs. I watch about an hour of TV each day so these programmes are enough. ^__^ As far as YouTube goes, I've been in love with MarkIsRealBored for the past month or so, and I've been watching a lot of FashionRocksMySocks videos for fashion and beauty inspiration. 

Listening To:
For the past few days I've been listening to All Time Low constantly. I've loved ATL for about 4 years but until a few days I hadn't listened to them for a few months. I think I was slightly let down by Don't Panic when I first heard it so I took a ATL hiatus, but now Don't Panic is my current favourite album. I guess I just needed a break.  'The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver' is probably my favourite track on the CD. :P

Right this minute I'm drinking a diet pepsi but that's pretty rare for me, haha! I've just been sticking to water and fruit juice because the hot weather has put me off tea and hot chocolate. 

The weather! Since Saturday Scotland has actually had sun. It was a shock to the system for the first couple of days because I hadn't seen the sun in quite a while, but I'm kinda getting used to it now. I've been slowly dying from the heat but I'm sure it won't last long so I'm making the most of it while it's here. ^_^ 

Spending time with my friends. :D I've been off on my summer holidays for just over a week but I only just saw my friends on Saturday. This always seems to happen during the start of the holidays; we all spend a  bit of time apart before making lots of plans and seeing each other a lot. On Saturday I spent a day in town with a couple of friends, Sunday was beach day (one of the best days I've ever had) and yesterday we went to the cinema to see 'Now You See Me' (bloody amazing btw), and I've absolutely loved spending time with everyone. My friends are amazing. :')

Not much to be honest....I've learned that sunglasses make a really great hairband on hot days, Boris Becker and Boris Johnson are different people, Moscow is a place in Scotland, it's hard to do a cartwheel in the ocean, Jesse Eisenberg is wonderful and flip-flops float in deep water. 

Summery clothes! :D On Sunday I wore a sundress with denim shorts underneath, yesterday I wore skinny jeans (big mistake) and a floaty vest top, and today I'm wearing stripey denim shorts and a muscle tank. I've also been living in sunglasses since Saturday. :P

I might make this a regular feature, what do you think?
Lots of love, Cat

3 July 2013

Summer Reads - My Book Cupboard!

There's a giveaway going on! Click HERE to enter. ^_^

You may have guessed by now that I have a bit of a book hoarding problem; I buy books whenever I can and very rarely part with any of them. This means that I've built up quite a collection over time (about 250 books...). One of my favourite things to do is to sort out and re-organise my book collection; pulling them all out of my cupboard, sorting through them, reading a bit then putting them back in a different order. Last time I showed you guys my book cupboard it was arranged in colour order like a rainbow, but last week I decided to re-organise them into a better system, as the rainbow was really hard to expand. I'm pretty happy with how my books are looking right now so I thought a nice addition to Summer Reads would be a book cupboard tour. ^_^

I keep the bulk of my books in my cupboard but my favourites stay out on display on a separate book case. The photo with the rabbit night-light is that shelf, so you can see my favourite books there. ^_^ You might notice that there's a severe lack of John Green. That's because my hardback copy of TFIOS is displayed on a separate shelf with sentimental things, my paperback TFIOS is on my bedside table and my sister owns Looking For Alaska, Paper Towns and An Abundance of Katherines. I hope to buy these books myself one day so I can have my own copies but I'm sharing with my sister right now. :) You might also notice that Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler is now part of my book collection when it was on my wishlist just s few days ago. That's because I bought it (funnily enough). Can't wait to read it! :D

There's a rough system organising my books: the very top row is stand-alone YA novels, underneath is chick-lit (mainly series'), under that is popular YA fiction and favourites, then on the bottom shelf I have all the others. :P 

Lots of love, Cat

2 July 2013

Summer Reads - Wishlist #2

There's a giveaway going on! Go HERE to find out more. ^_^

This is a follow-up for my last Summer Reads Wishlist post, as after it was published I realised that there are a lot more books that are on my wishlist. What can I say? I guess I'm just wishing for a lot of books this summer....^_^

As always, synopsis' and covers from Goodreads and collage created on PicMonkey.

Top to bottom - Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell, Cinder by Marissa Meyer, Divergent by Veronica Roth, How to Say Goodbye in Robot by Natalie Standiford, and Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. 

The fifty contestants in the Miss Teen Dream pageant thought this was going to be a fun trip to the beach, where they could parade in their state-appropriate costumes and compete in front of the cameras. But sadly, their airplane had another idea, crashing on a desert island and leaving the survivors stranded with little food, little water, and practically no eyeliner. What's a beauty queen to do? Continue to practise for the talent portion of the program - or wrestle snakes to the ground? Get a perfect tan - or learn to run wild? And what should happen when the sexy pirates show up? Welcome to the heart of non-exfoliated darkness. Your tour guide? None other than Libba Bray, the hilarious, sensational, Printz Award-winning author of A Great and Terrible Beauty and Going Bovine. The result is a novel that will make you laugh, make you think, and make you never see beauty the same way again.
I love the concept behind this book; the plot sounds so original! It's been raved about by many a book blogger and I really can't wait to give a shot. :D

Set over the course of one school year in 1986, ELEANOR AND PARK is the story of two star-crossed misfits – smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try. When Eleanor meets Park, you’ll remember your own first love – and just how hard it pulled you under.
This book has been popping up everywhere recently and it seems like pretty much everyone loves it. It sounds super cute and I think I'm going to enjoy it. 

Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl.  Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future.
Cinderella but with cyborgs. Omg. O_O I NEED this book! 

In Beatrice Prior's dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue--Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying with her family and being who she really is--she can't have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including herself. During the highly competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles alongside her fellow initiates to live out the choice they have made. Together they must undergo extreme physical tests of endurance and intense psychological simulations, some with devastating consequences. As initiation transforms them all, Tris must determine who her friends really are--and where, exactly, a romance with a sometimes fascinating, sometimes exasperating boy fits into the life she's chosen. But Tris also has a secret, one she's kept hidden from everyone because she's been warned it can mean death. And as she discovers unrest and growing conflict that threaten to unravel her seemingly perfect society, she also learns that her secret might help her save those she loves . . . or it might destroy her.
You're probably in shock right now but that's right; I haven't read Divergent. Sorry! It sounds like something I'll really enjoy and literally everyone has read and loved this book so it's about time I read it. :P

New to town, Beatrice is expecting her new best friend to be one of the girls she meets on the first day. But instead, the alphabet conspires to seat her next to Jonah, aka Ghost Boy, a quiet loner who hasn't made a new friend since third grade. Something about him, though, gets to Bea, and soon they form an unexpected friendship. It's not romance, exactly - but it's definitely love. Still, Bea can't quite dispel Jonah's gloom and doom - and as she finds out his family history, she understands why. Can Bea help Jonah? Or is he destined to vanish?
This book sounds sweet but a little different compared to the standard teen romance novel. It's intriguing and although I haven't really heard that much about this one, I want to try it. 

Anna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta, where she has a great job, a loyal best friend, and a crush on the verge of becoming more. Which is why she is less than thrilled about being shipped off to boarding school in Paris--until she meets √Čtienne St. Clair. Smart, charming,beautiful, √Čtienne has it all...including a serious girlfriend.  But in the City of Light, wishes have a way of coming true. Will a year of romantic near-misses end with their long-awaited French kiss?
Anna and the French Kiss is probably the most talked about book on Youtube. It pops up everywhere and follows me around the internet but for some reason I've been putting off buying it. It sounds cute and romantic, and I've heard great things. About time I read it, I think. ^__^

Have you read any of these books? Tell me in the comments! 
Lots of love, Cat

1 July 2013

Summer Reads - Rainbow Spines Tag

There's a giveaway going on! Click HERE to enter. :D

There's been a certain tag floating around recently, and to be honest I didn't really understand the point of it until a couple of days ago. Maybe it's due to my book-blogger head being put to use over the past few days but I suddenly started to really love this tag and found myself wanting to give it a shot. As you can see from the title of this post, I'm rambling on about the Rainbow Spines tag. ^_^ 

I don't know where this tag originated from or who made it up but basically you have to choose a book for each colour of the rainbow, going from the colour of the spine, hence the name.  Pretty easy right? No. This was really difficult! I went over to my book cupboard to pick out my books and was standing there ten minutes later with no books chosen. It's way harder than I expected but after a lot of deliberation, I have my books. Here we go. :D

Front to back - Paper Towns by John Green, Once by Morris Gleitzman, It's Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han, Starter For Ten by David Nicholls, The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard and The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson.

Red - 
Paper Towns by John Green is easily in my top 5 favourite books as it's just amazing. It's heart-warming, hilarious and emotional, and the whole road-trip side of it makes it a really fun read. I LOVE road-trip books! The characters are all wonderful in their own way, and John Green develops them all incredibly well. There are no one-dimensional characters and you get to know them all throughout the book. My favourite character is Ben, closely followed by Q. John Green is such a good author - definitely my favourite - and his writing style is beautiful and effortless. Highly recommend. 

Orange - 
It's Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han is the second book in the summer trilogy (which you can win here) and is a wonderful, light-hearted summer read. Jenny Han has a real talent for developing characters that the reader will love (or hate...), and she created a great love triangle in these books. You've gotta love a good love triangle. :D Like I said many times before, I seriously love Jeremiah Fisher. I developed a real attachment to him in these books and rooted for him from the start. I won't give anything away but yeah...Jeremiah Fisher. ^____^ These are my favourite summer books and I read them every year without fail. 

Yellow - 
Once by Morris Gleitzman is the first in an amazing trilogy about a boy called Felix and his life which is a lot more difficult than most. I cried a lot during this trilogy and when I passed them onto my mum to read she also cried (probably even more than me...). They are so emotional and tragic, and I really felt for Felix throughout. He's such an inspiring boy and he alone makes these books really special. Morris Gleitzman writes beautifully and it's easy to fly through these books in a few hours. So good. :')

Green -
Starter For Ten is my favourite book. I LOVE it. I love Brian Jackson. I love University Challenge. I love love love it. I ramble on about this book non-stop so I won't go into detail here. If you want the synopsis and more of my opinion just read any of my past Summer Reads posts. :) Basically this is a geeky, heart-warming book set in the 80's that is pretty much all about University Challenge and the character of Brian entering it to follow his dream and make his dad proud. It's hilarious, emotional and simply wonderful. ^_^

Blue -
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green will come as no surprise to you all. This is a stunning book that I have talked about a lot since the 10th of January 2012 (the release date that holds significance in more ways than one). I pre-ordered it a good 5 months before it was released and cried the whole way home from the post office when I collected it. I then displayed it in my room and hugged it every morning and night...I still hug it occasionally actually. >_< If you haven't read this book go out now, buy it and read it before coming back here. I'll wait. ^_^                        

You back? Good. :P The Fault In Our Stars is insanely emotional and touching, and the characters of Gus and Hazel are so amazing. Even just thinking about it makes me want to cry...:')

Indigo -
Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard is the book that the awesome TV show was based off of (well one of them...it's a big series). I've only read the first but it was really enjoyable! It's not written all that well but the characters and plot are great; really imaginative and gripping. It's a quick read and I'd definitely recommend it, especially if you've seen the TV show. 

Violet -
The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson is one I haven't picked up for a while so it's not too fresh in my mind, but I do remember absolutely loving it. The protagonist, Lennie, isn't all that likable but she is realistic which is much better than being a 'nice' character who always does the right thing. She makes mistakes but that's what makes her easy to relate to. Jandy Nelson is a talented author and I really enjoyed her writing style. The actual book is beautiful too as there are pictures and glitter...hehe. ^_^

Lots of love, Cat

I know that the books aren't in the right order in the photo....ooops. ^__^
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