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LU's been on Spring Break!

 (image via: here.)
Hey Lovelies!

It's been over two weeks since the last post and I apologize!  School and life got crazy!  Midterms, a breakup, work and a few other personal things made it necessary for Lovely Undergrad to go on a sudden, much-needed "Spring Break" of sorts for the past few weeks.  But have no fear!  There are lovely, springy things to come.  :)  

What's your favorite thing about Spring? 


Camille said…
I've missed your posts! Hope you get a chance to relax a little soon. Can't wait for some new posts! :)
Anonymous said…
I have also missed your posts!

Breakup? doubleyouteeeff! Care to elaborate? Hope you are well!
Leah said…
I have likewise missed LU posts- I can't wait to see whats in store. I love spring because it's so colorful and feels fresh and new after winter! :)
Jessica Rose said…
Sorry to hear things have been stressful! I'm selfishly glad you're back to posting, though! I love your blog :) Hope spring is happy for you!
Jessica Rose said…
P.S. I added you to my blog roll! :)
phuket holidays said…
Looking back, it was a great springbreak. This 2012, springbreak will be the best ever for me.


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