Friday, December 30, 2011

Lookalikes 144


 Between by Jessica Warman

Unlovable by Sherry Gammon

It's very interesting that while these are two different pictures both of the girls have their heads down. I like the composition of Unlovable a little better but neither of them have that spark for me.

Thanks to Sophia who spotted this lookalike! 

Have you spotted a Lookalike you would like to contribute? Send me an email!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Recently In Books

Man a lot of time as passed since I last posted one of these, but I'm really excited about the books I got!

Book Depository: (this was my first order and it came faster than something I ordered from Amazon days beforehand!)
Meet Me at Mike's by Pip Lincolne
Meet Me at Mike's Crafty Journal by Pip Lincolne
Make Hey! While the Sun Shines by Pip Lincolne
Sew La Tea Do by Pip Lincolne
How to Make Jewellery with Tatty Devine

Microcrafts compiled by Margaret McGuire, Alicia Kachmar, Katie Hatz and Friends
The Best of Knitscene by Lisa Shroyer
60 More Quick Knits
Sewing in a Straight Line by Bretta Bara
State of Craft edited by Victoria Woodcock
Cakespy by Jesie Oleson
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (And Other Concerns) by Mindy Kaling
Cute & Easy Crochet by Nicki Trench
A Life in Stitches by Rachael Herron
The Knitters Life List by Gwen W. Steege

Bad Boys Do by Victoria Dahl
Real Men Will by Victoria Dahl

BooksAMillion: (Haven't been to one of these in years, it seemed a lot like Borders too bad it's too far away to go to often!)

The Summer of You by Kate Noble
Nothing Like You by Lauren Strasnick
Very Valentine by Adriana Trigiani

Just Showed Up Review Copies:
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever by Jeff Kinney
The Vampire Diaries The Hunters Vol 1 Phantom created by L.J. Smith
Mastiff by Tamora Pierce
First Day on Earth by Cecil Castellucci

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

This Year in Movies: September & October

With Fall TV back on I haven't been watching too many dvds but here is what I watched in the last two months!


One Day- I thought there was no way this could be bad, turned out I was wrong. Rather disappointing.

The Good Wife Season 1


Burlesque- Was really surprised how much I liked it. It was just beautiful to watch!

Sherlock Holmes

The Greatest Movie Ever Sold- Great concept, he always makes great documentaries.

Prom- Really really liked this!

Never Let Me Go- Interesting concept for a movie... probably should have read the book first!

Something Borrowed


My Girlfriend's Boyfriend

Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog

You Again- Just a fun movie, enjoyed re-watching it.


Urbanized- Really interesting documentary by the man that made Helvetica!

Royal Pains Season 2- For being a show about a doctor I'm surprised but how much I like it!

Bad Teacher-Odd movie, for some reason it was fun watching her get away with it but at the same time I don't know what to really think of it. Felt really disjointed at times.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Weekly Dose of Crafts

And the posting about crafts continues! Last Friday I found myself buying a kit to learn to glitter stamp, I have no idea how that happened but it made me very excited. I ended up learning a bit about the world of glitter and investigating other ways to use glitter. I somehow decided I also wanted to make some ornaments and when I found this tutorial both of these interests collided!

So far I've made 13 ornaments, Monday night I made 12 in about an hour and a half and that was with multiple breaks to admire the ornaments! Do you have any fun ideas for ways to use glitter? If so I'm all ears! I have a few other ideas but would love to hear more!

Last week I placed a KnitPicks order to make myself some new winter accessories including this set, and this and this and this. We'll see how many of these I actually end up making! I also ordered a few books!

Of my chosen winter accessories I decided to start with the Star Crossed Slouchy Beret because I had read it doesn't take very long! Below is my progress for two nights. I would have gotten further but I needed to get a needle!

Yarn used:
KnitPicks Sugarbunny in Lavender

Are you on Pinterest? I've been really enjoying it recently! You can find me on there as Mint910!

For more crafty goodness be sure to stop over at WIP Wednesday! And find me on Raverly as mint910.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Weekly Dose of Crafts

I might not have posted anything crafty since July (err that was a long time ago) but I've still been making things. So let me share a few things!

My current favorite WIP is something a little new for me, I'm not totally following a pattern, well I am but I'm not at the same time. Back in September Target released a new designer line, Missoni by Target. People were in there buying up everything the day it released. I happened to go the same day to buy some food and luckily happened across these Missoni by Target shoes (I wasn't even on the hunt for them) and couldn't leave them there. I liked the pattern so much I decided I must make a blanket that mimicked them!

Mine look just a little different from this
 First I decided I wanted to knit the blanket since I've never knit a blanket and then I decided I'd probably never finish it so I moved to crochet. I thought about yarn for a few days, I knew I wanted something soft and fluffy but still on the cheap side (my first crochet blanket ended up weighing too much and is a little uncomfortable to use). I settled on Bernat Roving when I realized its colors were very close to that of my shoes. I searched a few stores and ended up buying a few colors online. As you can see below one of the colors didn't pass the test.

Yarn Pyramid!

I started the blanket a little over a week ago using this stitch pattern but making up the stripes based exactly on my shoes and I'd say I'm almost close to half done! I've even been using it as its gotten a little cold here and it's very very warm so far but also not heavy at all! Hooray! I'm only getting about 7 and a half rows from each skein of yarn but its well worth it!

I really don't think I could be any happier with how this is turning out!
 Yarn used:
Bernat Roving
Rice Paper

Have you seen the new Caron yarn by Vickie Howell? Sheep(ish) from her new line Stitch. Rock. Love.? I've been eying it at Joann the last few months!

Just so happens that Vickie Howell was the cover girl on the Knit Simple Holiday Issue sporting her Cover Cowl full of giant cables! The cover claimed you could knit it during the day and wear it that night! Not having tried cables for a LONG time and really wanting to try Sheep(ish) I jumped at the chance to knit this cowl up!

 I'm happy to report that the claims of a quick knit were true! I started it one late afternoon during the weekend and finished the following afternoon, I really think that's got to be some kind of record for me! This has renewed my fascination with cables and I have some plans for some upcoming cabled accessories!

Still needs buttons!
Yarn used:
Sheep(ish) Magenta 
I just have to note this is not actually Magenta, it's really purple!! 

Isn't Sheep(ish) pretty! This pile of yarn leads me to my next WIP.

While exploring Vickie Howell's blog I came across her Color Card Scarf, click the link to see how pretty it is! I gasped when I saw it! The catch was to make it that beautiful would involve using all 21 colors of Sheep(ish) and being the yarn hoarder I am I went for it instead of just trying to find something I already had. I think all but one color I got for at least 40% off over a few weeks.

I was working on this the week before my Missoni blanket when I got stopped by a color I didn't have at the time.


Yarn Used:
Sheep(ish) all colors

I really have a thing for novelty yarn so here are two scarves I made from two of the new Red Heart Boutique yarn lines. I made the first in maybe 2 or so weeks and the second in about 2 days!
The first is the Lengthwise Knit Scarf in Boutique Magical.

Yarn used:
Red Heart Boutique Magical Open Sesame

I also just had to try the new Boutique ribbon yarn Sashay in this pattern

Yarn used:
Red Heart Boutique Sashay Jive

So that's what I've been up to recently, how about you?

For more crafty goodness be sure to stop over at WIP Wednesday! And find me on Raverly as mint910.

Sunday, October 09, 2011

This Week in Books

This is actually about the last month or so in books!

Just showed up review copies:
Catwalk by Deborah Gregory
The Lost Songs by Caroline B. Cooney
All the Earth, Thrown to the Sky by Joe R. Lansdale
Scored by Lauren McLaughlin
My Beating Teenage Heart by C.K. Kelly Martin
The Silence of Murder by Dandi Daley Mackall
Empire of Ruins: The Hunchback Assignments 3 by Arthur Slade
What Boys Really Want by Pete Hautman
A Plague Year by Edward Bloor
Unforsaken by Sophie Littlefield
Painting from the Cave by Gary Paulsen
You Have Seven Messages by Stewart Lewis
Every You, Me Every by David Levithan
The Death Cure by  James Dashner
You Against Me by Jenny Downham
Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

Purchased at Barnes & Noble (because it is the only place that sells this):
Yummy Crochet by Kristen Rask

Purchased at the William and Sonoma signing (so it's signed!):
Cake Pops by Bakerella

P.S. Like my new bedspread?

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Missed Connections: Love, Lost & Found by Sophie Blackall

I'm a big fan of non-traditional books, ones that don't exactly fit in any one category and Missed Connections by Sophie Blackall is a great example of one. Sophie Blackall has a fascination with missed connections, a glance on a train or a brief chat, a meeting at the time didn't maybe mean a whole lot (or maybe it did) and a person wishing after the fact they could get in touch with the person.

Missed Connections is a blog turned book of beautifully illustrated missed connections. Blackall takes the words people have written and turns them into beautiful pieces of art. Originally I was taken with Blackall's beautiful paintings (beautiful and delicate detail and color) but I also found the idea of exploring Missed Connections really interesting. Blackall has written a really nice introduction to her book so when you look at and read the missed connections it is much more meaningful than just looking at some pretty pictures.

One of my favorite Missed Connections from the book
If you loved missed connections or beautiful artwork you should definitely check out Sophie Blackall's Missed Connections.

Missed Connections was released October 4th 2011
Genre: Awesome
4.5/5 Stars
Accepted Review Copy

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Suburgatory: A TV Pilot Review + An Advance Viewing

Last week I received a bag of goodies in the mail. At first I was confused, what were they for and then I read the note from Dallas Royce and saw the card about an advance screening of Suburgatory which is a new fall tv show from ABC I was excited for!

Oddly enough I was really into some of the things in the bag, what does that say about me, yeah I'm from the suburbs. :)

 Because I was already so excited to see this new sitcom I sat right down and watched the pilot episode and let me tell you, it did not disappoint, I actually liked it even more than I thought I would.

The show features Tessa (I love her look of disgust) and her father George (Jeremy Sisto as a father?! It's crazy, when I think of him I think of Clueless and Six Feet Under, definitely not a father but it somehow works) who move from NYC to the suburbs. 
I found it to be a wonderful fish out of water story filled with sarcastic dialogue and narration, perfect suburban imagery and a whole bunch of laughs. If you like Mean Girls you'll love this!

One of my favorite characters is Dahlia (in the leopard print skirt) who has some of the funniest lines and deadpans them perfectly. Basically this show was awesome and if the creators can keep it going full steam ahead they are going to have a great show on their hands!

Are you interested? Here's the trailer:


While the show doesn't premiere until tomorrow (This Wednesday at 8:30/7:30 Central on ABC) I am able to share a code that allows you to watch the episode right now! If you can't tell I'd definitely recommend it!

Enter Code: pWNlhSSKa

If you check out the show, now or when it premieres stop back and let me know what you think! This Fall TV season is turning out to be something great!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

This Week In Books

Young Artists Draw Manga by Christopher Hart (Just showed up review copy)
Missed Connections: Love, Lost & Found by Sophie Blackall (Accepted review copy-already read this, and boy I loved it!)
Embrace by Jessica Shirvington (Just showed up review copy)

Thursday, September 08, 2011

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard

Earlier this summer when I found out the Lying Game was being made into a ABC Family show jut like the author's other series, Pretty Little Liars, I squealed with glee. And while I didn't finish the book before the show started it got me going on it.

For anyone else that has read the first 8 books in the Pretty Little Liars series there is a sort of funny connection (I think) between this series and that one, anyone else notice that? Anyhow onto the story... this is another mystery that involves a set of twins, one living and one dead (?) whom both narrate. The living twin, Emma ends up taking over her sister's life and tries to figure out what happened to her sister Sutton, who is basically a ghost who has no memory of what happened to her.

This first book in the series is very much a set up for the whole series (Just like the first PLL book) so not a ton is revealed or really happens for that matter but I'm really excited to see where it goes. I love the whole concept of the Lying Game, which is actually a game and I hope we get to learn more about that in the upcoming books.

And if you are interested I would definitely suggest the tv show, right now I think I might like that a little more than the book but of course everything happens faster on tv! ;P As it stands now the show is a little different than the book but we'll see how it plays out!

The Lying Game was released on December 7th 2010
Genre: Young Adult
3.5/5 Stars
Got copies from several places!

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

This Year In Movies: July & August

The last two months I watched a lot of stuff, in July 12 movies and 4 tv shows and in August  5 movies and 6 tv shows. A lot of it was just ok so I'm just going to talk about the ones I have something to say about.


Due Date

It's Kind of a Funny Story-I remember this one being kind of interesting.

Country Strong

Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist-Rewatch!

Monk Season 7-I got back into my Monk kick from a few months ago!

Napolean Dynamite-Rewatch

Monk Season 8

Just Go With It-This was sort of fun.

The Other Woman

Scott Pilgrim-Rewatch

Hall Pass

Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallow Part 2-Definitely not my favorite of the series but it did what it had to just like the book did.

Red Riding Hood-A lot of smoke and mirrors and not enough meat.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules-I love the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movies, I think this is my new favorite book to movie series!

Life Unexpected Season 1-The people on this show fight so much I'm sort of glad they canceled it, it was stressful!

Life Unexpected Season 2


The Hard Times of RJ Berger Season 1-I wanted to try out an MTV show, now that they don't really play music anymore, it was better than I thought it would be but still weird.


My Future Boyfriend- I finally tried Netflix Instant View on my iPad and sort of fell in love with it!

Revenge of the Bridesmaids

Rio-  This was a cute movie!

The Hard Times of RJ Berger Season 2

Jersey Shore Season 1- I cannot believe I even watched this. I've been curious for years and once I started I couldn't stop!


Jersey Shore Season 2

Jersey Shore Season 3

10 Things I Hate About You Season 1- When I heard about this show I decided I would never watch it, why mess with a classic right? But then I saw it on Netflix Instant View and gave it a try, and actually it was really good and different enough. Too bad it got canceled!

Monday, September 05, 2011

This Week in Books

All purchased at Borders, apparently it is closing in 10 days. :(

29 by Adena Halpern
The Book of Even More Awesome by Neil Pasricha
The English American by Alison Larkin
You Dropped a Blonde on Me by Dakota Cassidy

Sunday, August 28, 2011

This Week In Books

Just Showed Up for Review Copies:
Ingenue by Jillian Larkin
The Project by Brian Falkner
The Game of Triumphs by Laura Powell
Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay
Tiffany's Table Manners For Teenagers by Walter Hoving
Hooked by Catherine Greenman
Reaching Through Time: Three Novellas by Lurlene McDaniel
The Poison Diaries: Nightshade by Maryrose Wood
Fabulous Finds by J. Lee Drexler & James R. Cohen

Sunday, August 21, 2011

This Week in Books or The Last Few Weeks

Just Showed Up Review Copies:
The Dark Glamour by Gabriella Pierce 
The Magic of Recluce by L.E. Modesitt Jr
The pace Between by Brenna Yovanoff
Bloodlines by Richelle Mead (came with a cute bag, flower and tattoos)
Surprised by Oxford by Carolyn Weber
Jesus, My Father, The CIA and Me by Ian Morgan Cron
The Seduction of Scandal by Cathy Maxwell
Bronxwood by Coe Booth
Underdogs by Markus Zusak

Purchased at Target:
Never Have I Ever by Sara Shepard

Borders (3 trips to 2 Borders): :(
How to Knit a Heart Back Home by Rachael Herron
How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley
Sisterhood Everlasting by Ann Brashares
P.S. I Made This by Erica Domesek
Semi-Sweet by Roisin Meaney
The Corporate Creative by Andy Epstein
Been There, Done That by Carol Snow
The Icing on the Cupcake by Jennifer Ross
Small Town Sinners by Melissa Walker
Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma

Friday, August 12, 2011

Lookalikes 143

 The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

 The Silver Blade by Sally Gardner

Shadowman by Erin Kellison

Here is another interesting one, B +  C = A basically! While Shadowman isn't an exact match it's very similar to the girl on The Name of the Star. My vote instantly goes to The Silver Blade.  The other two have too much going on for me and have a mixed bag of elements on their covers that make me stop and go "Huh?"

Thanks to Khy and Gail who helped me piece together this puzzle! 

Have you spotted a Lookalike you would like to contribute? Send me an email!

Friday, August 05, 2011

The Lying Game Sneak Peek

Yesterday I found a package on my front step containing a copy of Sara Shepard's The Lying Game. But since it was sent by ABC Family I figured it was no ordinary copy so I flipped it open.

At first glance I didn't notice anything inside of the book beyond that note until I sat down and slowly started flipping the pages. I noticed that certain letters were underlined.

Turned out the message read "Search Secret Sneak Peek on YouTube."

My search revealed this video! I'm so excited to read the books and watch the show! Are you?

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

#NinePaths Question Answered by Grace Phipps (Amy)

When the Nine Paths game ended I had the opportunity to ask Grace Phipps who plays Amy a question! Here is her answer!

Are you guys watching The Nine Lives of Chloe King? Are you enjoying it! I've been enjoying the show so far! I love how a normal girl can one day all of a sudden basically kick everyone's butts if she needs to! I like how she's been using her powers to help her friends and people in need!

Anyone excited for the new ABC Family show, The Lying Game? Even thought I haven't read the book yet, I popped out today to buy the second book! I want to read it before the show starts on the 15th! Fingers crossed!

Sunday, July 31, 2011

This Week in Books Or Really, Recently In Books

My intake of books has been rather slow lately so I decided to hold off posting for a few weeks. It's rather nice because all that getting rid of piles of books recently really took it out of me so seeing them not pile up up again has been great!

Shelter by Harland Coben (Just Showed Up Review Copy)

The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder (Just Showed Up Review Copy)
When She Woke by Hillary Jordan (Just Showed Up Review Copy)
Craft-In edited by Kathleen McCafferty (Purchased at a local craft store)

New England Knits by Cecily Glowik MacDonald and Melissa LaBarre (Purchased on

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins + A Chance to Win Lola

Unless you are living under a rock you probably have heard at least a little something about Anna and the French Kiss. Maybe how squee worthy St Clair is or how it is the best type contemporary fiction out there. And you know I'd definitely agree with all of that. It was just a fun book but not a fun book you'd just brush off and go on your way, a fun book that stays with you. If every book had just a little bit of Anna's magic that would be a dream come true.

I really adored the setting of this book, boarding school in Paris, can you say jealous? I know I can. It sets the stage for Anna and what a beautiful stage it is. And St Clair, what a sweet character. I really think this book could become a wonderful movie. All the lusting these kids do it's crazy!

I'm going to keep this review brief but I wanted to touch on the very few things that bothered me in the book, I thought Anna cried a bit too much, I mean yes she's a teen, far away from home and going through some emotional stuff, but still. Too much. And the way something played out (vague to avoid spoilers), I wasn't so happy with it, but oh well.

Luckily I've had the chance to read Stephanie Perkin's next book, Lola and the Boy Next Door, the companion to Anna and I like it even more! Ahh Stephanie Perkin's has a gift and I hope she never stops using it.

Anna and the French Kiss was released on December 2nd 2010
Genre: Young Adult
4.5/5 Stars
Review copy provided by the publisher

Speaking of Lola, I have an extra copy I want to give away to one of you!

Here's how to enter to be the winner of an ARC of Lola and the Boy Next Door !

Fill out the entry form here.

Entries left in the comments of this post will not be counted.

The giveaway is open to addresses within the U.S.

You must be 13 years or older to enter this contest.

The giveaway will end August 17th at 6:59 pm Central Time.

I'm asking for your address straight up.  I will also email you so you know you have won. I will delete the spreadsheet once I have got the winner's information.  

Friday, July 22, 2011

GIVEAWAY: One Day Prize Pack

Anyone else really excited to see One Day. Truthfully I got the book awhile back and still haven't read it but I'm so excited by the concept of the book it's hard to believe it won't be at least a little awesome as a book and a movie!


Twenty years…two people. Directed by Lone Scherfig (director of “An Education,” Academy Award-nominated for Best Picture), the motion picture “One Day” is adapted for the screen by David Nicholls from his beloved bestselling novel One Day. After one day together – July 15th, 1988, their college graduation – Emma Morley (Academy Award nominee Anne Hathaway) and Dexter Mayhew (Jim Sturgess of “Across the Universe”) begin a friendship that will last a lifetime. She is a working-class girl of principle and ambition who dreams of making the world a better place. He is a wealthy charmer who dreams that the world will be his playground. For the next two decades, key moments of their relationship are experienced over several July 15ths in their lives. Together and apart, we see Dex and Em through their friendship and fights, hopes and missed opportunities, laughter and tears. Somewhere along their journey, these two people realize that what they are searching and hoping for has been there for them all along. As the true meaning of that one day back in 1988 is revealed, they come to terms with the nature of love and life itself.

In theaters August 19th.

Here's how to enter to 1 of 2 winners of the One Day prize pack!

Fill out the entry form here.

Entries left in the comments of this post will not be counted.

The giveaway is open to addresses within the U.S.

You must be 13 years or older to enter this contest.

The giveaway will end August 1st at 6:59 pm Central Time.

I'm asking for your address straight up.  I will also email you so you know you have won. I will delete the spreadsheet once I have got the winner's information.  

The prize pack includes:

*Autographed* copies of the book (movie tie-in edition, paperback, signed by David Nicholls)
Clear cosmetic case
Moleskin Journal

 Prizing values: $30.95 per pack
Giveaway provided by Focus Features

 Official Website
Readers Guide
Novel Featurette:

Friday, July 15, 2011

Lookalikes 142

 French Lessons by Ellen Sussman

The Forgotten Waltz by Anne Enright

Similar setting with a different pose. Usually I like symmetrical things in my design but in this case the symmetry in The Forgotten Waltz is kind of boring so my vote goes to French Lessons. I also really like the type treatment on that cover.

Have you spotted a Lookalike you would like to contribute? Send me an email!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Weekly Dose of Crafts

Tami told me a few weeks ago about the Year of Projects and I thought it was a really neat idea! While I'm not really joining I started to make a list of things I would like to accomplish with my yarn crafts over the next year. This is my list:

Finish some WIPS (I have 23 right now) and specifically:
Finish 1 of my 3 WIP blankets
Finish 1 of 2 pairs of WIP socks
Make a pair of socks from Knit Picks Felici
Make a garment
Learn a new technique (like Entrelac or Brioche)
Utilize my books, magazines and booklets to make something (I have a lot)

Speaking of Tami, did you guys know she started a Raverly Group? And in that Raverly group we are going to do a Knit Along! I'm really excited!

Can I also say how happy I am that I am back to crafting!!! Onto a few WIPS, I'm working on a bunch of my existing WIPS but here are the highlights.

What's this purple thing you may ask? Well last weekend in a newsletter from a local craft shop that I love I noticed an upcoming class for a Knitted Tank Top. I've really been wanting to make a garment but wanted my hand to be held a little so this turned out to be the perfect opportunity. My first class was last Wednesday!

Yarn used:
Blue Sky Alpaca Worsted Cotton in Hycinth

 I received my stack of Berroco booklets a few weeks ago and 3 skeins of Boboli for this pattern. I started on it right away! I know it's going to take me forever and a day to finish but it's so pretty!

Yarn Used:
Berroco Boboli Bon Bon

A side note, last weekend I worked an entire color sequence on my Ripple blanket so I thought it was fitting to use it as a background here! I love how that pattern sucks up yarn!

I've been getting some new crafty magazines and such lately so I wanted to share a picture of some of that as well. Does anyone else adore Knitscene? I think it's my favorite Knitting magazine! Also last weekend I found out about this Mollie Makes magazine out of the UK and literally rushed out of the house a few minutes later to purchase a copy at Joann's. I'm sad I missed the first issue but I'm glad that Joann's will be carrying the magazine! 

I've been contemplating getting the KnitPicks Nickel set of interchangables, and luckily enough the store that I'm taking my garment class at carries some of their needles and notions and I couldn't wait any any longer and picked up a set!

One final thing, someone at work is having a baby very soon and we are having a baby shower for her so I thought it might be fun to make some bibs for her baby as part of my present. I'm not sure how many I will have a chance to make but here is the first one!

For more crafty goodness be sure to stop over at WIP Wednesday! And find me on Raverly as mint910.

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