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Birthday

Starting my birthday in a quiet studio filled with succulents while my little girls, Tink & Jilly nestle at my feet. I'm not sure what the rest of the day has to offer, but I know it involves an Insanity workout and a delicious pineapple chicken recipe that I'll be preparing for everyone tonight!

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DISOWNED said…
Sounds like a great day to me :)
Also, I'm hearing about new chicken and pineapple recipes everywhere lately, and I think I need to incorporate some into my summer menu repertoire! Please share! :)

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Carsla Peyton said…
Happy Birthday! Best wishes. :D

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clarice said…
Sounds like a great day to me, hope you have been feel in the same way...

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