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Posted on July 1, 2014 by Kristin Kay
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And the livin’s easy…actually far from it! Especially if you know us and our ridiculous determination. My 35th birthday was amazing! Thank you everyone for your thoughtful wishes and splendid gifts of joy and blessings! I received a…
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