Monday, December 29, 2008

Merry Christmas and Happy (impending) New Year!! We had a wonderful Christmas and were both very spoiled. We got to spend lots of time with Matt's family, and my mom drove up from Florida to spend the weekend with us which was so nice. We had so much fun and did lots of prep work for little Madelyn :)

We finally ordered Maddy's nursery furniture and it should be here within 10 days- I am SO excited to get it into her room. My mom also bought her the cutest chandelier I've ever seen for her room and Matt was sweet enough to hang it up for us before she left town. This picture does not do it justice, and it really made it start to look like a little girl's room:)
As you can see in the above picture, the belly is growing every day! We can actually watch it move now when she really gets going which totally freaks Matt out. I am of course completely fascinated by it.

We are so looking forward to the craziness that 2009 has in store for us and can't believe it's only a few months until little Madelyn will be here!!
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday and have a safe New Years!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Too Cute

I absolutely love these personalized recipe cards at Monogram! At just over a dollar a piece, they would make an excellent hostess gift for someone. Or for those of you trying to be more organized in the new year, some inspiration to write all of your recipes down!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Merry almost Christmas!

I'm wishing you all a Merry Christmas now as I anticipate this will be the last time I post on the blog until next weekend. As always this time of year, we are crazy preparing for the holiday, but so looking forward to having time off to spend with friends and family. I can't believe that it's almost 2009 and that this time next year little Madelyn will be celebrating Christmas with us! It is so exciting to think about.

On the baby front little Maddy is growing like crazy and seems to be liking her home in my belly. The above picture is when she was 19 weeks 3 days- I am now 22 weeks 2 days. She now measures 11 inches from head to toe and has some strong legs- I know this because I feel her move all the time. It's really the coolest thing I've ever experienced and I love all her little wiggles. Even when they wake me up at 3:45 a.m.(like this morning) and keep me up for a while- I figure it's good training for when she arrives :) Matt painted the trim and doors in her nursery last week so now I can really start putting her room together. I can't wait to hang all of her clothes up in her closet and really start making it feel like Her room. At this point I'm supposed to be gaining about a pound a week- luckily I think it's all still going to the belly but I've been trying Really hard to eat as healthy as I can and workout a few times a week...if nothing else it definitely helps me to feel better. I actually woke up the other morning craving Yoga- sounds strange, but all I wanted to do was turn on my prenatal yoga DVD. The only other real craving I've had is for decaf coffee. Again, strange.

On Saturday we had a fun little Christmas dinner at the house with friends- I'll be sure to post pics and recipes when I can.

On another note, I'm going to be trying out some new "freezer" recipes in the new year in order to save money and prepare for crazy nights at home with baby when I'm on maternity leave. My goal is to stock the freezer with a bunch of ready-made meals and marinated meats so that when the time comes to cook dinner all I have to do is re-heat and assemble the sides.

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and enjoy your time with those closest to you!!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Kitchen Demolition

As I think I've mentioned before, Matt and I were lucky to buy the house that he grew up in from his parents. It's the perfect house for us to start out in and we were so blessed to have such an easy transition to a "home" after getting married. In order to make the house our own, we have literally painted all but 3 rooms, replaced the carpet upstairs (we have hardwoods downstairs), put in some (not all yet) new light fixtures and filled it with furniture. Our biggest project by far has been the kitchen, and we are hoping to complete the final phase this week.
The kitchen used to be painted a purple color with brown cabinets and off-white countertops. We painted the walls a pretty green (looking back I would go a shade deeper/darker, but I guess that is how you learn)and painted the cabinets white.

Here is a during picture- you can see the painted walls and unpainted cabinets:

And here is a picture of the finished cabinets. As you can see, there is a plastic backing backsplash that matches the countertops- this will be coming off as well:

Today we begin the final phase of the kitchen re-do: the countertops. We picked out a black formica (we have so little counterspace that we didn't meet the minimums for corian or granite) that Matt is picking up today, and white subway tiles for the backsplash, as well as this beauty that I got for a steal on

The pressure is on as we are having friends over for a little Christmas dinner on Saturday night, so keep your fingers crossed we can get everything done in time! (including the inevitable massive amount of clean up)
I am so excited to see it finished and will be sure to post pictures...stay tuned!

Update: No sooner than I hit "publish post" on this did we get a call from Lowe's saying that the countertops came in damaged and won't be back in until the 31st...Oh well!

Friday, December 12, 2008

I know it sounds weird, but trust me...

A few years ago I had a suspicious dish called pineapple casserole for the first time. An apparent southern classic, I had never been introduced to what I was sure was going to be a strange concoction of ingredients that should never be in the same dish together. I was wrong. Very wrong. It was like pineapple heaven from the first bite.
So, I decided to try my hand at the dish and let me tell you, it is so easy and SO delicious! Below is the Paula Deen recipe I used and my modified notes to keep a few extra calories off of your hips (you are welcome). I am confident my version is just as tasty as Paula's and I can eat it (almost) guilt free.

1 cup sugar
6 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2 cups grated sharp cheddar (I used freshly grated 2% sharp cheddar)
2 (20-ounce) cans pineapple chunks, drained, and 6 tablespoons pineapple juice reserved
1 cup cracker crumbs (recommended: Ritz)
8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter, melted, plus extra for greasing pan (I greased the pan with Pam and used just over a 1/2 stick of butter here)

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Grease a medium-size casserole dish with butter.

In a large bowl, stir together the sugar and flour. Gradually stir in the cheese. Add the drained pineapple chunks, and stir until ingredients are well combined. Pour the mixture into the prepared casserole dish.

In another medium bowl, combine the cracker crumbs, melted butter, and reserved pineapple juice, stirring with a rubber spatula until evenly blended. Spread crumb mixture on top of pineapple mixture. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown.

Also, I have been working from home for 3 days now as I seem to have contracted viral laryngitis. While my husband is getting quite a kick out of the fact that I cannot speak, it is quite annoying. While working yesterday I caught this recipe on Paula's show as it played in the background. As someone who has a hard time eating her veggies, I think I could handle this. And, the presentation is so pretty it could easily be served at a holiday party.

Phyllo Wrapped Asparagus

8 or 9 asparagus spears, depending on size
1/2 (16-ounce) package frozen phyllo dough sheets, thawed
1/4 cup butter, melted
1/4 cup finely grated Parmesan (I think this would be better with a richer fresh grated cheese like gruyere)

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.

Snap off the tough ends of the asparagus. Unwrap the phyllo and cut the stack in half lengthwise. Reserve 1 stack for later use. Cover the phyllo with a damp towel to keep it from drying out. Take 1 sheet of phyllo and brush lightly with some melted butter. Sprinkle with some Parmesan. Place 2 to 3 asparagus spears on the short end of the sheet. Roll up, jelly-roll style. Place each piece, seam side down, on a baking sheet. Brush with more melted butter and sprinkle with more Parmesan. Repeat until all the asparagus spears are used up. Place baking sheet in oven and bake for 15 to 18 minutes, or until golden brown and crispy.

On a side note, I love watching Paula's show. I love seeing her big white waterfront home in Savannah with the wrap around porch. Don't be afraid to try her recipes- many of them are easily modified to be healthier and I have had very good luck with those I have tried.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

I Love Ruffles

I have an unexplainable passion for clothing that has ruffles on it. So, in honor of this fashion trend, I thought I would showcase a few of the super-cute items I've seen recently.

Over Thanksgiving I bought this adorable sweater from Gap and now want it in every color. To top it off, they make it in maternity sizes too! It is suuuuper comfortable on top of super cute.

I bought myself a Christmas present at Kohls a few weeks ago for Matt to give me. It was a black and white houndstooth coat that I was convinced was going to be my new favorite winter accessory....until I saw this in the Victoria's Secret catalog...and it was love at first sight. Tonight I'm returning the coat to Kohls so hubby can get me this instead ;)

I also spotted these pj's in the VS catalog that I thought would be great for the hospital after Madelyn is born. Luckily now you can change out of the hospital gown after delivery, so I want to be sure to have cute jammies for when visitors stop by.(Please excuse the semi-naked girl- this is still a PG blog- I just couldn't find a better picture!)

Another top from Gap Maternity that is on my Christmas wish list- they also make this one in regular sizes:

And lastly, it may be a J Crew knock off, but it's a darn good one. Behold the ruffle cardigan from Old Navy, on sale for just $20!

Monday, December 8, 2008

Fake Bake

I wish I could take credit for this recipe but I cannot- that goes to Katie over at Katie is a genius cook who makes up most of the recipes on her blog herself, which in itself is impressive. What is even more staggering is that they are all delicious! I have yet to try one I didn't like.

Tonight I made her fresh cranberry orange cookies. They are delicious! Now, I have a lot to learn when it comes to baking. Baking, unlike cooking, takes exact measurements and patience- two things that I don't always excel at. I prefer to wing it and not follow a recipe down to the exact details, which might explain why my cookies didn't come out nearly as pretty as Katie's. Therefore, I've posted her picture, as mine were overdone and a tiny bit too thin. I can assure you this did not affect the taste as I've already eaten two...with a bowl of salad for that is what I call balance:)

Here is the recipe copied directly from her website.

Fresh Cranberry Orange Cookies

1 1/2 c. all-purpose flour
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 c. unsalted butter, softened
1/4 c. brown sugar, packed
1 c. granulated sugar
1 egg yolk
1 tsp grated orange zest
juice of 1/2 orange
1 tsp vanilla
1 c. chopped fresh cranberries (I used a food processor and pulsed about 8-10 times)

-Preheat oven to 375 degrees and line two baking sheets with parchment.
-In medium bowl combine flour, baking soda, salt, and whisk; set aside.
-In bowl of stand mixer, combine butter and sugars and beat until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes.
-Add yolk and beat until fully incorporated.
-Add orange juice, then zest and vanilla and beat until fully incorporated.
-Turn mixer to low speed, add flour mixture and beat until just incorporated.
-Remove bowl from mixer, stir in cranberries, and place 1 Tbsp rounds of dough onto cookie sheets.
-Place cookies in the oven and bake, switching baking sheet positions half way through baking time, for 12-14 minutes (they should not brown)
-Remove from oven and let cool on pans completely, about 10-15 minutes.

Makes about 18 very generous Tbsp-sized cookies


Thursday, December 4, 2008

Does this belly make my butt look big?

As promised, here are two belly pics from this week. The first if from my baby shower in Orlando over the weekend, and the second was taken just a few nights ago at home.

Based on our doctor's appointment yesterday baby Madelyn is a very healthy baby girl! All organs seem to be working correctly, brain is perfectly formed and functioning, her arms and legs are proportionate, and she is a healthy weight and length (as is her mom...ahem...)
We go back in 4 weeks and then we start rotating doctors so we can get to know the other two OBGYNs in the practice. That way if our doctor can't make the delivery, we are familiar with the one who will be there.

On another front, my meat aversion seems to be over (finally). I have been eating chicken and other various meats now for about a week without getting or feeling sick, so I think we're back in business. thank goodness. Because of this I've been busy finding new recipes to make for dinner that I'll be sure to share soon.

Dai and Andrew are heading up this weekend for the big SEC Championship against Alabama. I am so excited to see them and equally as excited for the game, though I do not think it is going to be an easy one. Plus it is only going to be in the low 50's, which is funny because I don't think I've ever had to wear winter clothes to a Gator game before!

Hope everyone is having a great (and warm) week!

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

I guess when it starts to snow...

That's when you know it's time to decorate for Christmas! That's right- it snowed here in Atlanta yesterday. I use the term "snow" lightly since it really just consisted of flurries that melted as soon as they hit the ground, but when you're used to warm holidays, anything white falling from the sky is pretty exciting. Even though this will be my 4th Christmas up in Atlanta I still get excited every time.

In honor of this change in temperature, I thought I'd post some gorgeous inspiration pictures of Christmas decorations for you to marvel over. We are planning to deck out the house on Sunday so stay tuned!

From Designer Philip Sides

Better Homes and Gardens

These next two are from user JenniH on Rate My Space- she has impeccable taste in her entire house, but especially in her Christmas decor.

From Traditional Home

Monday, November 24, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving Week!

Today starts a crazy week for us. In a few hours we are driving three hours to Spartanburg, SC to pick up Matt's new car! It's a really pretty 2006 Tahoe, leather, sunroof, and most importantly, heated seats :) I call it the baby wagon. It will quickly be broken in as we are driving it down to Florida for Thanksgiving on Wednesday. Lots of driving this week.

We are really excited about going down to Florida for Thanksgiving. My mom's entire side of the family will be there, including my cousin's new 3 month old baby Kaylee. I'm obviously very excited about this because I'm dying to hold a little baby!! Plus I need all the practice I can get! My mom has also graciously decided to throw me a baby shower on Saturday which I am so excited about. Living far away from family is obviously not ideal, so it's nice they will all be able to share in the baby fun.

On another note, Madelyn has become quite the little mover bug. Yesterday I started feeling actual little kicks instead of just flutters. At first it scared me but then I got used to it and now I love it. Now I'm just dying for Matt to feel it, but she's quite elusive when she knows she's being watched. I also wonder what it means that this is kind of early for someone to actively feel a baby move around so much---it scares me that she is going to be all over the place when she is bigger!

I hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving week and holiday! I'll be sure to post some belly pictures when we return from Florida :)

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Buyers Beware

I feel it is my public duty to share this article with my loyal readers (all 4 of you :)

Here in Atlanta we have two main grocery stores: Kroger and Publix. I am consistently torn between the two, mainly because I love the Publix atmosphere but Kroger has a better selection (especially or organics) and lower prices. Of course, I also supplement with Whole Foods and Trader Joe's inbetween, but down here in the 'burbs we haven't yet been blessed with either of those within a decent proximity to my house.

So, I decided to do some research and found this Dateline study about the cleanest(and not so clean) grocery stores in the country. You'll never guess where my beloved Publix ranked...

Here is the full list from top to bottom. They are ranked based on the average number of health violations per 10 inspections, with "cleanest" at the top. This is one list you don't want to be number 10 on.

1. Food Lion- What?! I don't remember loving these when I lived in Florida

2. Save-A-Lot- I've never been in one of these stores, so I can't judge, but this did surprise me for some reason

3. Wal-Mart- Again, surprised...I do agree they don't have a bad grocery selection...if only I wasn't blinded by the flourescent lights and overwhelming number of people and screaming children everytime I went in there

4. Costco- Love Costco- I should have known they'd rank well

5. Sam's Club- Where is Publix and Kroger?

6. Winn-Dixie

7. Kroger- Finally- this is a less than desirable ranking. 17 average violations vs. Wal Mart's 9...yuck

8. Publix- Wait, you mean the welcoming atmosphere, clean stores, and excellent customer service are now overshadowed by a 22 average violations??!!

9. Albertsons

10. Safeway

As you can see, this doesn't make my decision any easier at all. In fact, I'm tempted to pack up my Publix (ahem) reusable bags and start toting them to Costco every 2 weeks.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Things that make me happy this week :)

1. Yesterday I got gas for $1.89...$1.89!!! That is amazing. I feel richer already.

2. The high in Atlanta today is 45 degrees. Now, being a Florida girl, I tend to only like this kind of weather for a few days, so by the time Thanksgiving rolls around I will be very thankful for the (hopefully) warm Florida weather we'll be enjoying.

3. Almost all of my work pants are the Editor fit from Express. I swear they are the best pants out there. They fit perfectly and they hold up really well, plus they don't wrinkle when you wash them. Editor pants have a zipper and then two clasps at the top. Last week I could close the zipper and the bottom clasp, closing the top was possible just not comfortable. Well, this morning all I could do was zip, no clasps. Thank goodness for these belly bands holdin up my trousers! I am pretty excited about the growing belly, so this was a fun moment for me :)

4. I'm almost certain I felt little pumpkin move yesterday for the first time. Now I find myself tempting her with tiny bits of sugar and caffeine to see if I can get her excited and rolling around...I worry this is not a good precedent to set, but it is fun!

5. My Florida Gators are taking college football by storm and on their way to a possible National Championship. I don't like to brag...who am I kidding, yes I do...especially to Matt who's team has barely been squeaking it out the last few weeks ;)

6. My two favorite actresses both have movies coming out soon that Matt and I will definitely be seeing. Keep an eye out for Marley and Me with Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson, and 4 Christmases with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn.

7. Operation nursery is full steam ahead! We are ordering the nursery furniture in the next week or so and working on finding a time for Matt to paint when I'm not home because of the fumes. I'll be sure to post before and after pics as soon as we have made some progress.

Friday, November 14, 2008

I'm in love

My mother, who has excellent taste, found this absolutely perfect chandelier for Madelyn's room at Pottery Barn Kids. I cannot wait to see it hanging in her nursery, it will be the perfect touch of sparkle and girlyness :)

On another note, I'm typically not a huge fan of Old Navy, but given their expansive maternity collection I've become a frequent visitor to their website. Last night I stopped into the store by my house and tried on ths super cute jacket that is currently half off. It is perfect for pregos and non-pregos because it falls straight down from your shoulders allowing plenty of room for a belly if you have one. I'm going to pick one up this weekend while they are still on sale.

I also LOVED this little peacoat/trench, but I'm pretty sure I would have outgrown this about a month from now. Too bad, because it is on sale for just $25!

Monday, November 10, 2008

It's Official....

This Christmas it will be.....


We found out today that baby Marden is definitely a girl! Her name will be Madelyn Grace. Luckily, I ordered this stocking on sale a few weeks ago with my fingers crossed that the doctor's suspicion was correct and it was!

Maddy (her nickname...already...) is right at 4" long and growing right on schedule. Here are two cute pictures from the 3D ultrasound.

I am so excited to finally begin working on her nursery! The walls in her room are a pretty deep green color, bedding will be mostly white with pink and green accents, and her furniture will be a pretty cherry finish. Here is the bedding I plan to do:
My vision also includes a crystal chandelier and white shaggy rug...time to get started!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Busy Week

I am a slack blogger, but to my defense this has been a crazy week! Our trip to Florida last weekend was so much fun, the perfect weekend. We tailgated all morning Saturday and then went back out to the beach where Megan and Bobby live to watch the game, then Sunday morning we went for a bike ride to breakfast at this adorable (and delicious) beach diner. Below are a few pics from our adventures :)
Tomorrow we head off to Charlotte to see our good friends BW and Shannon and to celebrate BW's birthday. We are certainly taking advantage of our last few months of "freedom"- haha.

Stay tuned- Monday we find out if baby Marden will be Madelyn or Cole!

By the way, incase you didn't see it, the Gators didn't just win against Matt's Bulldogs on Saturday- they stomped all over them and sent them home crying to their moms. 49-10. It was beautiful.

Friday, October 31, 2008

Go Gators!

We are leaving today to drive down to Jacksonville for the annual Florida/Georgia football game, also known as the world's largest cocktail party. I would be lying if I said this day is an easy one for my marriage every year. When a Florida alumnus and lifelong Bulldog fan get married, you're bound to have a few disagreements during football season. Granted, my beloved Gators have won every year but 3 in the last 18, last year Georgia took the victory and I haven't stopped hearing about it since.

We are sooo excited to stay with Meg and Bobby (Megan is one of my dearest friends ever) and also to see Dai and Andrew- Dai, Megan, and I were roomates all through college and they are two of my favorite people in the entire world. Also, since this is baby's first FL/GA game, it better be a good one!

I'll try to take lots of fun pictures to post when we return. Hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween weekend!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

A girl after my own heart

I was thrilled to see that my favorite design blog did a feature called "ten trades to detox your home." Did you know the air inside the average house is four to ten times more polluted that the air outside?! That's a scary thought. Check out what this young couple is doing to clean up their act...and their house.

Monday, October 27, 2008

The Belly

My waistline is expanding, there is no doubt about it. I am now 14 1/2 weeks along and while most of my pants still fit, some require a little more effort. I am actually pretty excited about the belly, but I'm more excited for it to get just a liiitle bit bigger so I actually look pregnant and not like I've just been spending too much time at Krispy Kreme.

At first I was not excited about shopping for maternity clothes, until I realized that they have come a long way since our moms were prego! Here are a few cute items I picked up while we were out in Arizona. The first two are from BabyStyle, the others are from Mimi Maternity. Who knew gaining weight would give you such a good excuse to go shopping?!

Green is the new Black

A lot of people I know would like to start being more "green" and living a healthier lifestyle but aren't sure where to begin. I've done quite a bit of research on the theme of organic living in the last month or two and thought I'd share a few easy ways to adapt a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

First ask yourself why you want to explore this new domain: Do you want to create a healthier home for your family? Do you want to do your part to help the environment? Are you pregnant like me and paranoid about putting artificial chemicals into your body? Or do you just feel the need to be healthier in general? If your answer to any of these questions was yes, you are already moving in the right direction.

Once you realize your intention, then pick one are to make a change in (food, recycling, cleaning products, etc). If you try to change everything at once you may become overwhelmed, so think about where you think you could see the greatest impact, or where you'd like an immediate change, and start there. Once you've mastered that area, move on to another.

Let's begin with the first area that usually comes to people's minds: Food! A subject near and dear to all of us. When beginning to eat more organically, think about what you and your family eat the most of. Do you drink a lot of milk or eat a lot of cheese? Do you tend to consume meat every night? Or is the majority of your grocery bill spent on fruits and vegetables? Pick one of the above categories and begin buying organic.
With dairy and meat products you will be guaranteed products that have NO artificial growth hormones or antibiotics in them. With fruits and vegetables, you will know you are eating products that have not been treated with pesticides. If you need another place to start, here is the list of the "Dirty Dozen" as rated by the Environmental Working Group- those items that when tested are the dirtiest, chemically speaking, when they arrive to your local grocer: peaches, apples, sweet bell peppers, celery, nectarines, strawberries, cherries, pears, imported grapes, spinach, lettuce and potatoes.
For some good news, here are the cleanest items from the same study: onions, avocado, frozen sweet corn, pineapples, mango, asparagus, frozen sweet peas, kiwi, bananas, cabbage, broccoli and papaya.
Here's a little snippet from The Daily Mail paper in the UK:

Next up: cleaning products. These are an easy switch. Continue to use the products you already have until they are gone, don't just pour them down the drain as another part of being "green" is not being wasteful. The chemicals in traditional cleaning products are not only dangerous for our systems but they also pollute the water once you wash then down the drain. Check out your local Target- they now carry full lines of Method, Seventh Generation, and Mrs. Meyers products, all of which are environmentally friendly. OR, for something a little different, mix half of a spray bottle with white distilled vinegar (distilled so it doesn't smell), water, and a few drops of lavendar oil or vanilla if you'd like a scent- this is a great all-purpose cleaner that keeps your countertops clean and your family healthy.

Recycle! This is such a no-brainer. If you don't have one already, call your trash service and ask them to bring you a recycling bin to your house. Keep a separate bin for recyclables (or just pile them by the door like me), and leave your bin out with your regular trash when the time comes. Common household items that can be recycled are magazines, mail (may need to shred), cereal and other food boxes, milk jugs, Coke cans, yogurt containers, etc etc...These items will be regenerated into something else instead of sitting in a landfill. Plus this is super easy.

Cotton products: This is still an up and coming (and widely under-publicized) area of organic living. Many people don't know that on average it takes 1/3 of a pound of pesticides to produce one t-shirt! ONE! Cotton is by far one of the most sprayed crops out there, and while you aren't affected by using regular cotton, we could avoid a great deal of pesticides ending up in our soil and water supply if we used alternate or organic fibers. You may have noticed an increase in items in the market place that are bamboo or beech cotton- these are two sources of cotton that essentially replenish themselves within days of being cut down, therefore they are a completely renewable resource. Plus, they aren't treated with pesticides. And let me tell you- they are SOFT and fully comparable in price. I have a bamboo cotton blanket from Pottery Barn that is one of my top 10 favorite posessions, and am asking for a set of beech sheets for Christmas (found at Bed Bath and Beyond).
Also, here are some great organic dish towels I found this weekend at Williams & Sonoma:

This is certainly plenty of information for you to get a good start. In the coming weeks I'll explore ways to incorporate natural products into your beauty routine, tips on how to lower your electric bill, as well as some of my favorite products I've found since beginning this journey :)
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