S is for SNOWGLOBE

Some people collect teaspoons, tea towels or postcards when they travel. I however collect snow globes from every place i visit. Half of my collection is in New Zealand, and half is here in London. I don’t just see these snow globes as souvenirs of the places I have travelled, i see them as visual records of my life.

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