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I was walking around the suburb last week and happened past the far side of the library - when I go to the library it's usually from the train station, rather than from this street, which is off the main shopping strip. So I was surprised to discover this: )
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So on Christmas morn we opened the last window to reveal: )
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One more sleep to go!! Second last window on the Advent Calendar! Which opened to show: )
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On the twenty-third day of Christmas, with two sleeps left!, I opened the calendar window to reveal: )
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On the twenty-second day of Christmas my true love said to me "I think we've almost finished the shopping". And there was much rejoicing as we opened the little window to reveal: )
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On the twenty-first day of Christmas my youngest niece turned two, it was the longest day/shortest night of the year (or vice versa up north) and I opened the little window to find: )
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On the twentieth day of Christmas I realised we were into the final countdown and opened the little door to see: )
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On the nineteenth day of Christmas I still hadn't finished my Christmas shopping. Or my card-writing. Most of the cleaning's done though! So I further procrastinated by opening the little window to see: )
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On the eighteenth day of Christmas it rained, was hot, rained, was hot, rained, was hot - so I gave up trying to work out what to do with the washing and opened the little window to see: )
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On the seventeenth day of Christmas I realised that I had managed to get five of about 30 presents so far. Hm. Ignoring that, I opened the little window to reveal:  )
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On the sixteenth day of Christmas, slightly sunburnt from the Christmas party, the advent calendar window opened to reveal: )
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On the fifteenth day of Christmas we went through the round window to see:  )
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On the fourteenth day of Christmas I came home from work and opened the little window to find: )
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On the thirteenth day of Christmas the window opened to show: )
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On the twelfth day of Christmas somewhere between 20 and 10 adults and 3 to 7 children were due to arrive at my house for a family get together, and in a small break that my Mum and I were taking from each other after cleaning the house and making food I opened the advent calendar window to see: )
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On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love said to me "Crap we've got a lot of cleaning still to do..." So we opened the advent calendar to reveal: )
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The tenth day of Christmas dawned sunny and damp after overnight storms as the advent calendar window opened to reveal: )
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On the ninth day of Christmas my calendar told me that I'd managed to inadvertently double book myself for Christmas festivities two days running. Impressive, I normally only manage one double booking, not two! So I opened the advent calendar window to see: )
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On the eighth day of Christmas I realised I only had sixteen more days to get organised with presents and opened the advent calendar window to reveal )
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On the seventh day of Christmas we looked through the square window to see )

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