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That’s Who I Am

I am Rosemary’s grandaughter (not really) The spitting image of my father (for sure) anyone else singing Jessica Andrews? (Just me? Oh ok) Anyways.. Two posts in one day?!  Whoa. I guess being up super early for the dentist has made me feel super productive today.  So here’s a quiz I found via Two Thirds Hazel — I mean I love filling out questions about myself and I just KNOW y’all love reading about ME soo… (obvi sarcasm here people)… here goes  ...

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And the Nomination Goes to…

ME!  I feel so honored to have been nominated for this blogging award considering I’m pretty new at this whole thing AND to have been nominated by two different people (thanks Kathryn and Rachael)!! So without further ado, here are the rules: Link back to the blogger that nominated you: Check! See above. Answer the 11 questions requested by the nominator. Check. See below. Choose 11 nominees with small followings (from as small as 200 or 2,000). You can not nominate the  ...

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Exciting New Things

One of my New Year’s Resolutions and 101 in 1001 goals is to upgrade and revamp my blog. Really turn it into what I envision in my head and something I can be proud of–not that I’m not proud already, it could just use a little TLC! Well I’m excited to say that I have made one step in the right direction. As of today, I am sponsoring Brianna’s blog, Endlessly Beloved! She made me my own button and everything–courtesy of Sparkle Out Loud Designs!  ...

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Happy New Year!

I know I can’t be alone when I say that 2014 snuck up on me. Not only this New Year, but ever since graduating high school–I feel like time has gone by so fast! I guess I’m getting old. I was finally able to sit down and write out my New Years Resolutions and I have to say I have quite the list. But there’s nothing wrong with wanting to better yourself. I’ve already seen those sarcastic posts on Twitter and Facebook about how making resolutions are lame, etc.  ...

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