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    Maeve Waite

    24 year old work psychologist, mental health advocate and future dachshund owner. occasional writer, baker and photo taker. posts have been featured on time to change and mental movement magazine, and I sometimes like to write all lower case.
    Oxfordshire, UK

    Christmas Time at Blenheim Palace.

    It's a family tradition every year to head over to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire for their annual Christmas fair/event/thing.

    Held in November, it gives people a chance to get a head start on their Christmas shopping, with a huge range of independent companies and creators selling everything from decorations, food, jewellery and clothing...and everything in between. I'm not even joking, they have a huge range of stuff.

    I love going here every year - the palace is always spruced up for Christmas, there's festive music playing, and it's the first time I really start to get in the mood (even though it's mid-November, so yeah. Sorry not sorry.)!

    One of the best parts is always wandering around the grounds - I wouldn't suggest going around everywhere cos the site is huuuuge, and especially not on a rainy day with holes in your shoes - but it definitely feels both autumnal and wintery as the season's a-changing.

    Makes for a nice few pictures too.
    I bought another mug. This is not uncommon for me but people wish it was.



    M x
    It's a family tradition every year to head over to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire for their annual Christmas fair/event/thing.

    Held in November, it gives people a chance to get a head start on their Christmas shopping, with a huge range of independent companies and creators selling everything from decorations, food, jewellery and clothing...and everything in between. I'm not even joking, they have a huge range of stuff.

    I love going here every year - the palace is always spruced up for Christmas, there's festive music playing, and it's the first time I really start to get in the mood (even though it's mid-November, so yeah. Sorry not sorry.)!

    One of the best parts is always wandering around the grounds - I wouldn't suggest going around everywhere cos the site is huuuuge, and especially not on a rainy day with holes in your shoes - but it definitely feels both autumnal and wintery as the season's a-changing.

    Makes for a nice few pictures too.
    I bought another mug. This is not uncommon for me but people wish it was.



    M x
    . Tuesday, 5 December 2017 .

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