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  • I started making these little Origami Foxes a few weeks after starting University. Within a few months, there were Foxes made of shopping receipts, leaflets, takeaway menu's and anything else I could find when I was sitting around, finding something to pass the time.

    While all this was going on, friendships were growing, changing, ending.

    There was especially one girl, who lived across the hall, and still does. She would spend a lot of her time in my room, and we would chat, share stories and have a laugh, and it was amazing having that stability after breaking up with my ex-girlfriend in October.

    For my birthday in December, she made the two in the photograph.

    She's more than just a friend now.
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