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Those Bella Sunshine Design Leggings with Bows

As promised, here are the pictures of the Bella Sunshine Design Bow Tie Leggings with their bows. This is probably the least you’ll ever see me write in a post. The link to purchase the pattern will be at the end, that way you don’t have to scroll back up to find it. For now, I’ll just let the photos speak for themselves.  There are six sets. I love these leggings.

 

 

The pattern is on sale for 25% off through Saturday with code “LAUNCHPARTY.” You can purchase them here (affiliate link)

Bella Sunshine Designs’ Bow Tie Leggings

Baby Girl modeling my make of Bella Sunshine Designs' bow tie leggings

Baby Girl modeling my make of Bella Sunshine Designs’ bow tie leggings

Brace yourself for too much cute. 

Seriously. 

I pattern tested for new designer Bella Sunshine Desings recently. She has these great ideas, by the time I finished sewing 7 (yes 7) pairs of leggings, I had them down to a science. The bow tie leggings are easy to sew, and they are a really nice kids’ wardrobe builder. They come in two styles – slim fit and traditional legging fit – and four lengths – shorts, knee-shorts, capri, and full length. That gives you a lot of options. 

Five of the seven pairs I made came from shirts and a maternity dress I had. The other two pairs were made out of thrifted fabric. Thus, aside from needing to buy elastic to make these, I spent under $5.00 for the entire set. That’s not bad considering how expensive one pair of baby leggings can be at retail price. 

These leggings are so cute. I love the little bow tie details on them. I hand stitched all of the bows so that they would look great. The pattern uses so little fabric that I was able to use size small shirts that I’d ehem outgrown, to make her some leggings. 

2015-02-09 13.44.50The pair with the pandas was the first pair. The fit on them was solid, but since it was the first version of the pattern, they were just a tiny bit loose. I made them wtih the blue and white plaid and panda bear fabric you see in the image above. The bows were made from the same fabric I used on the bodice of the Sofilantes wrap dress I made last week.  They were easy to make and sew into place and oh-so cute!

Valentine's Day Shirt

Valentine’s Day Shirt

When I went to make another pair – because these are so easy they are addictive, I decided I wanted to dig into my bin of clothes to cut up. In that bin are a few of my favorite shirts, including the one to the right – that’s me wearing it while I was getting ready for my first Valentine’s Day with Wining Husband – as a dating couple – just over three years ago.

2015-02-20 18.12.17When you become attached to something, it’s so scarey to cut into it! But I did. I cut right into that shirt. After all, it doesn’t currently fit me, and I’d rather it become something useful rather than have it hang, unworn, in my cloeset reminding me of days past. 

This blue shirt became a pair of shorts. I may actually use it for something else as well since there's a bunch of it left.

This blue shirt became a pair of shorts. I may actually use it for something else as well since there’s a bunch of it left.

I think the shirt made some super-cute leggings. There they are in the photo to the left, before I sewed the bows on. I used another shirt, one I wore a bunch, including while I was in Seattle, to create a pair of legging shorts and the bows for this pair. 

377523_10100397335279019_914101241_n2015-02-20 18.19.15I used a purple maternity dress for a third pair, and my favorite brown shirt for a fourth pair. A shirt I wore for salsa dancing lessons (to the left) became a pair of capri pants. The final pair was made from some royal blue stretch terry I found while out and about. 

It was a lot of fun sewing up the pattern in the different lengths and fit styles. I photographed a lot of the leggings before I sewed the bows on, and because she’s been turned around on her sleep schedule (we’ve been vampires over here ;) ) I haven’t managed to get the pictures with the bows on the upcycled pairs yet. I’ll be taking her out in the morning to get those. So you’ll get a special treat with a double post about these fun leggings! 

Meanwhile, enjoy the preliminary pictures – and be sure to scroll through to the end so you can grab a code and purchase the pattern if you’re interested.

Black and white check with pandas with black bows

*These photos are from the upcycled shirts. They don’t include the jersey pair or the bows yet. Come back tomorrow for those pictures. The bows really make the leggings into something truly spectacular (and supremely cute!)

 

 

 

 *This is an affiliate link. Should you click on it and make a purchase, I will be compensated. I shared the information about this pattern, however, because I believe it’s a great pattern for beginners. Use code “LAUNCHPARTY ” to receive 25% off your purchase of the Bow Tie Leggings.   Click here to go to Bella Sunshine Designs and purchase the pattern.  I look forward to seeing what she comes up with next!

Patterns for Pirates Layer Me Up Tee

Long sleeve "Layer Me Up Tee" by Patterns  For Pirates

Long sleeve “Layer Me Up Tee” by Patterns For Pirates

You’re in luck, because today I have two new patterns to introduce you to. The first is the “Layer Me Up Tee” by Patterns for Pirates. It was my first time pattern testing for Judy Hale, and I’m really excited about the two shirts I made during the test. I have plans for 3 more. Yup, you read that right. It was an easy sew (always a really good thing when you have a baby hanging out).  While I tested the pattern, I was under no obligation to post a review. All of my notes are on the tested pattern. 

When putting the PDF pages together, there’s no need to trim – you simply line them up and tape and you’re good to go. There are only a few pieces for this pattern – meaning you can switch them out for the option you’re looking for. 

I stitched up the tank version in the tunic length first using a yellow sweater knit I found at JoAnn’s fabrics and a red glitter knit found in the same place. Yes folks, I did not use thrift store fabric for this one. The reason? I couldn’t decide on which fabric I wanted from my stash. The tank went together easily – until I got to the banding. You see, I chose a knit fabric that wanted to curl instead of stretch when using it for the arm, neck, and waistbands. I made it work, though, and I’m super excited about how it turned out! The fit on the top is great, and it will make a great spring wardrobe addition (and it will work its way into fall rotation due to its easy layering properties). 

I made the long-sleeve version in a slinky knit with the same red fabric banding. I really love this shirt. I also chose to do the tunic length. In the final version of the pattern, a little length was added on the larger sizes (the pattern goes from XXS-XXL and Plus 1x-3x, I made the Plus 2x).  The fit on this one was also great – and it’s super comfy. Again, it’s a really lightweight material. I once again wrestled the banding fabric, but I think it looks amazing and was well-worth it. I’m happy because I have extra of both the block fabric and the sweater knit fabric. I may make an infinity scarf with the leftover red glitter knit. (I want more of it too…I think it would be great for Paprika Patterns’ Jade skirt…which is on my next to sew list). 

I’m really pleased with the results fo this pattern test. These shirts are definitely going to be in regular rotation. I have a few spandex prints that I think might make nice tank versions of this shirt, and I have a black knit with cutout details that would be a great short-sleeve version. Because it stitches up quickly, it’s a great wardrobe builder. I also love that I didn’t have to do any pattern grading to get the fit I got. 

Here are the tank pictures, long sleeve pictures are below.

Here’s the long-sleeve option. 

You can purchase the Patterns for Pirates Layer Me Up PDF here. This is not an affiliate link. Use code “NEWPATTERN” to receive $2 off through the weekend. 

Come back later today to check out the other pattern test I did last week. 

3 Anthologies to Support Great Causes

 
 
 
 
 

Three Anthologies to Support Three Great Causes 

 
 
 
 

Publication Date: October 4, 2013

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Charity: Exotic Feline Rescue Center

What is it about the tiger that so captivates? Or about the jaguar that enchants? Why are we so drawn to the lethal grace of the large feline predators of the world?Get ready to purr, growl and roar along with six paranormal romance authors in this anthology of love and shapeshifting kitties. After reading these six unique tales, from the sexy to the sweet, you’ll be guaranteed to be saying… Here, Kitty Kitty…

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In ‘His Jaguar Princess’ by A. Star, jaguar shifter Selene Peters can’t deny her feelings for the tycoon Lucas King. Somehow, he’s penetrated her barriers and become more than just a client, but loving a human is dangerous and she fears her past repeating itself. Could he help her overcome the past or will she sacrifice her happiness and succumb to it? Not if he has anything to say about it…

In ‘In Our Nature’ by Jessica Nicholls, when Mira’s privacy and independence are threatened, she can be very nasty. Daniel is an expert on American mountain lions. His assistance is requested after an ‘incident’ on Mira’s front lawn. When the two meet, they recognise each other in more than one way.

In ‘Divine Passage’ by Dariel Raye, Kimani, a breeder with the power to preserve the human race, must depend on her guardian, Ahkil, a black panther shifter with more than one reason to distrust humans, but his secrets could change the course of her life forever.

In ‘The Distance Between’ by Mia Darien, she’s traveled thousands of miles, looking for a safe place. He’s brought her thousands of miles, looking to not be lonely any more. But they both have secrets. Can they bridge the distance between, and find what they’re looking for in each other?

In ‘Hannah’s Fate’ by Abigail Owen, cougar shifters have allied into groups, together in a rocky alliance to protect themselves against other shifters. Hannah Keller becomes the targeted Mate for Kyle Carstairs, the treacherous soon-to-be Alpha of another group. Meanwhile, Nick Jensen, her childhood hero and longtime secret crush, has returned home with hopes of claiming Hannah for his own. But will he be in time to rescue her from the Carstairs’s schemes?

In ‘Full Moon’ by B. R. Kingsolver, the full moon can get a girl stirred up, especially with a handsome cowboy paying her way too much attention. If it wasn’t for those damned werewolves causing trouble and getting in the way…

 

 

 
 
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Publication Date: May 10, 2014

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Charity: American Red Cross

Romance can be found among the darkest of times. In this anthology, you’ll find four tales of sweet romance about those who dedicate their time, and sometimes even their lives, to helping others. 100% of the proceeds go to the American Red Cross.
 
“Cross My Heart” by Abigail Owen
 
“A Healing Touch” by Jessica Nicholls
 
“Lesson Learned” by Crystel G. Smith
 
“Hope” by Mia Darien
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Publication Date: August 1, 2014

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Charity: Wounded Warrior Project

Science Fiction and Fantasy, two genres that are both unalike and inextricably entwined, stretching the imagination to the expansive boundaries of time, space, and magic. These boundaries are often filled with warriors and war, fights and causes worth fighting for, and that’s what you’ll find in this anthology.
 
From fighting aliens in space to demons in a world of magic, you’ll find many stories to suit your starship’s entertainment collection or your favorite bard at the local tavern…or just your imagination here and now. Sit back and enjoy twelve stories from authors both familiar and new!
 
100% of the proceeds to be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
 
 
“SARAH” by Lee Pletzers
“The Summoned Rise of the Phantom Knights” by Kenny Emmanuel
“Border Patrol” by BR Kingsolver
“The Twelve” by Mia Darien
“Ghosts” by Christi Rigby
“Outside the Walls” by A. L. Butcher & Diana L. Wicker
“My Brother’s Keeper” by Raphyel M. Jordan
“With Our Own Blood” by Jessica Nicholls
“The Connection” by Crystal G. Smith
“A Fly on the Wall” by Chantal Boudreau
“Slacker” by Doug Dandridge
“The Light Bless Thee and Keep Thee” by Mason Darien
 
 
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Oh Butterick, Your 2015 Spring Collection is Here

So, Butterick announced the release of their 2015 spring pattern collection on Monday evening. It’s…mixed. I think the biggest problem I have with it is that they used some of the dowdiest fabrics to showcase what might otherwise be a good collection. I found myself looking at the line drawings to really figure out what was going on on some of them. There are some patterns I really like, but there are a lot I either won’t bother with because they make me yawn or that are just downright terrible. Let’s start off with the bad this time.

Spring 2015 Butterick patterns I’ll pass on

And the ugliest, worst, most “What were they thinking” pattern award goes to Butterick 6170. B6170, Misses' Tunic

With the necklace she’s wearing, this looks like what I’ll call “Surgeon chic.” I mean??? It does look like operating scrubs, right? Particularly in that color, with the accessories. I can’t see someone working on a patient wearing those heels though. I honestly don’t understand this look. Some of the other views in this pattern are better…but by all that much.

Then, we have the upside down calla lilly…er top. Butterick 6172. 

B6172, Misses' Top and Tunic

I don’t know. I’m not really sure what to say about it. It’s…got a tail.

That is all.

I’m also convinced that Connie Crawford doesn’t talk to many plus-sized women about what we’d l ike to wear. It’s certainly not the worst thing I’ve ever seen, but Butterick 6186 is not the most…flattering thing either. It’s very tent-like. Now, maybe it’s the fabric creating that effect…but either way, it’s just kind of meh.

B6186, Misses'/Women's Dress

 Just when you’re feeling bad about pants fitting woes, Butterick 6171 comes along with the promise of not having to do anything other than tie knots to make your fabric fit you like a tarp.

B6171, Misses' Tunic

Oooh…flattering…it’s a giant scarf with a hole cut in the top.

And of course, the Tilton piece makes it in my list. I don’t understand her style. I know there *have* to be people out there who love it. If you’re one of those folks, could you please explain it to me? Please?

B6177, Misses' Shirt

So now that I’ve gotten that out of my system ;) Let’s go over the patterns I think I will be getting. 

Butterick 6168 is on my shortlist.

B6168, Misses' Tunic and Dress

The more I look at this dress, the more I know it needs to get on my body. I love it – cinched waistiline, mock wrap front, cute little keyhole detailing – it’s great. And it looks like it’s probably relatively easy to stitch up. 

While we’re on the topic of the Lisette designs, I’ll also be picking up 6182.

B6182, Misses' Top, Dress and Skirt

I also like 6183. 

B6183, Misses' Top and Pants

I think it would be fun to do all three of these patterns in coordinating fabrics so that I could mix and match between them. 

Butterick 6169 is the pattern I’ve been wanting. It’s also a Lisette, so there’s that, BUT it has a motorcycle-style jacket with it. Do you realize how long I’ve been looking for such a thing? I’m still really lusting after Vogue 2973.

V2973, Misses' Jacket and Pants

But…the motorcycle-style linen weight jacket from Lisette is great. In this month’s issue of Lucky magazine, an orange motorcycle jacket was featured. How fun would it be to work this jacket up in a terra cotta? B6169, Misses' Jacket and Dress

Love it. It’s perfect for spring.

I also really love Butterick 6185. It’s really cute, and it’s something I could just wear. It looks comfortable enough for working at home but nice enough for running to the store. Plus, polka dots. I mean, I know I don’t have to do the same fabric, but I’m obsessed with polka dots.  Enough said ;).B6185, Misses' Jacket, Top, Dress, Skirt and Pants

I also like Butterick 6164, but I think I have a pattern that’s very similar to this from Vogue – in fact, I know I do…but it has a straight skirt. I could probably franken-pattern this guy together with the top from the Vogue dress and something else… 

B6164, Misses' Dress

I’m telling you, polka dots speak my language right now.

I rather like Butterick 6193. I’d love to see it made up on a curvy woman. I think it would be so fabulous.

B6163, Misses' Dress

I’m also LOVING the new Gertie pattern. How fun is Butterick 6167?

B6167, Misses' Dress

If I can work it out right, it might have to be my Easter dress. We’ll see how it goes. I have about 10 patterns that are contenders for that role. I’ll probably make this dress up anyway…because who can have too many dresses?

Finally, I’ll grab Butterick 6189. I have an obsession with aprons, particularly vintage-y ones.

B6189, Misses' Aprons

I think I saw some fabric that had pinup girls on it somewhere around the Internet. I think this would be a great pattern for that fabric. Something like these Alexander Henry prints would be fun:
Alexander Henry Phils Drive-In Bright FabricAlexander Henry Back in the Saddle Black FabricAlexander Henry Island Girls Blue Fabric
 

Because, you know, pinup girls. 

Or perhaps some of the Michael Miller Edgar print
Michael Miller Edgar White Fabric

What did you like out of the new release? Which patterns will you be getting? I was kind of disappointed that there were so few that I liked/were not duplicates of older patterns that I already have. 

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Thoughts Going into Lent 2015

IMG_20140907_162250Warning: This is about to be a very personal post about spirituality. Hah!

It’s really not much of a secret that I’ve struggled the past year or so. Post-partum depression really kicked my butt for a good part of 2014.  It’s not something I talked about a lot, and some people, I’m sure, thought that I was doing just fine. I put on a great show when in public. Internally, though, it’s been hard. 

I want to set an aside for a moment. There are all kinds of different ways that people deal with depression. Some people can’t get up or out of bed for weeks at a time. Others go through the motions of their days. Just as there are functioning alcoholics, I’d like to argue that there are functioning depressives. Most days, I don’t think people could tell things were wrong. But by the time September rolled around…it was obvious that I was in the Bell Jar. I felt like I was at the bottom of a well. Sure, I’d get things done, make sure my kids were happy, husband was happy, go through the motions – but I was floundering. It didn’t help that I’ve also been coping with PTSD. 

It’s been hard. life likes to throw curveballs my way, and the past year has been no exception. We’ve got a lot going on. Some of it is great! Some of it…well…you just have to power through, right? I did some journaling on another blog, made some life-altering decisions, and now continue to move forward.

In light of having a difficult time, I really want to strengthen my relationship with God. I’ve felt removed from my spiritual community, and not just because we rarely make it to church these days (I think God understands. After 6 days of being up all night with a baby who just won’t sleep and squeezing in projects every second I can, getting some extra sleep on Sunday mornings so I’m not a complete basketcase…well that’s in keeping with the Sabbath Day, right?), but also because I feel like I’ve lost my way. Sometimes, life kicks us so much, that it’s just really hard to get back up and keep on fighting through. 

So, I decided that this Lent season, I’d read through Rick Warren’s The Purpose Driven Life.  I will go through all 40 chapters, doing the exercises, and really meditating on purpose, my relationship with God, and what God’s plan is for me. It’s so easy to feel…scattered…in our modern age – and especially so when there are so many different balls up in the air. 

I don’t know that I’ll post all of the exercises here, but I’ll certainly post some. I think it’s helpful to live out loud. The funny thing is this post just kind of scratches on the issues I’ve been going through over the past 10 years.  I’ll just dive in with chapter 1.

Chapter 1 – It all starts with God

I love how the chapter starts with a quote from Bertrand Russell, particularly because he’s an atheist. The quote is “Unless you assume a God, the question of life’s purpose is meaningless.” 

The author then writes, “The purpose of your life is far greater than your own personal fulfillment, your peace of mind, or even your happiness. It’s far greater than your family, your career, or even your wildest dreams and ambitions.” (17)

The question that Warren asks readers to consider is how can we remind ourselves that it’s about living for God? I can answer that. When I’m doing things that are not within God’s purpose for my life, or at least, when I feel God speaking the most, is when I’m on the wrong track. it’s those times when I’m following the wrong things – the moments in grad school when I’d feel the pit of the stomach feeling that I was in the wrong place. Those moments where I feel at peace – like there is a light surrounding me – are the moments when I know I’m in the right place, I’m where God wants me to be – but…why?

I think I spend a lot of time fighting God’s will. I think we all do, like rebellious teenagers. God speaks to us through many different avenues – through feelings, through opportunities, even through challenges – saying “See this? See this here?” We just have to listen. 

I want to get better at listening. :P

If you celebrate Lent, what are you doing for it?

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Sofilantjes’ Iridis Dress Circle Skirt Add-On Pattern Test

I love sewing for Baby Girl. She’s always plenty excited about what I make, and she’s easy to fit. So when I had the opportunity to pre-test and test again the circle skirt add-on for Sofilantjes Patterns Iridis Dress, I jumped at the chance. 

The dress is a quick sew – but be aware that since there’s a circle skirt involved, there is a lot of fabric required, particularly for the larger sizes. I made the 12 months size both times, so the fabric commitment was relatively small. I had (you guessed it) a recent thrift store find (99 cents!) that had a Hawaiian print on it. I wasn’t sure what I’d make with it when I picked it up. I also picked up some knit fabric with little pandas and blue checks (50 cents) and a bag of scrap fabrics (also 50 cents). I received the pattern from Sofilantjes Patterns in exchange for honest feedback regarding fit. 

I think that both dresses turned out great. Just like the Otium  I made a couple of months ago, the pattern went together really quickly. The first one I made took a couple hours, the second one I made took an hour. It went together so quickly! It took longer to photograph my little gal in the dress than it took to sew the dress. She loves both of them. With the second dress – the panda Iridis – I used a decorative stitch on the bias tape. When she learns to twirl, it will be a great twirling dress. Without further ado: The Iridis dresses with circle skirt add on.

Hawaiian fabric dress:

 

Panda dress:

 And yep – I made her headband! :) 

If you would like to get a copy of the pattern, you can! The original dress and the add-on can be found on the Sofilantjes website. You may purchase the bundle through the rest of today for $10.00. 
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Presidents’ Day Deals for You from Wining Wife™

There are some great Presidents’ Day sales going on around the Internet today. The one I’m most excited about is over at Craftsy. You’ll find that their classes are 50% off.  If you’ve been waiting to learn a new skill or wanting to build more advanced skills, that’s great news. I’m enrolled in a few classes at Craftsy, and I’m hoping to have a chance to write about my experiences with that soon!

Craftsy
 

Steals.com is having a sale on their archive for Presidents’ Day.Shop The President’s Day Archive Sale at Steals.com + Get $10 off Orders of $50 or More With Coupon Code PRES10. Ends 2/17 at 8AM PST. Coupon Code: PRES10 .

City Sports is also having a Presidents’ Day Sale. Here’s the information for that:
20% Additional Off Already clearance marked Running and Training Apparel! Code: PRESDAY. CitySports.com.

Here is their other deal:

2015 North Face Gear and Apparel just added to the Winter Sale! Up to 50% Off! CitySports.com!

Attention party-goers and glam gals –ModCloth has a sale that’s sure to suit your fancy! Nab dazzling dresses at 25% off during their Get Set for Soirees Sale. Explore their array of classy, contemporary, and all-out incredible styles, and you’re sure to find your dream dress. Hurry though — this exquisite event won’t last long!


  

For the young at heart, Perpetual Kid is offering 25% off and free shipping.  Just enter “PREZ” during checkout. 

Bacon!

For coffee lovers, Cross Country Café is offering some deals:

You are sure to love this rare savings on the highly sought after Cafe Escapes Keurig K-cups!
Save 15% on all varieties of Cafe Escapes Keurig K-cups! Use coupon code 15offcafeescapes216 at checkout!

 Adidas has some new shoes available: adidas’ D Lillard 1 NYC All Star Shoes Shoes

Hot off the NBA all-star weekend, adidas’ D Lillard 1 NYC All Star Shoes Shoes are in high demand! Released earlier this month, Damien Lillard and adidas partnered together to create the first in a line of signature basketball products designed for point guards. The shoes are built for speed and agility on the court, for quick cuts and cushioning for a comfortable fit. Get your adidas’ D Lillard 1 NYC All Star Shoes Shoes today at adidas.com!

Finally, Gymboree has 80% off kids clothes plus, today only, get free shipping on all orders with code WASHINGTON at Gymboree.

There you have it! Enjoy!

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Bear Witness Masquerade Tours Book Blast

 
 
 
 

Rafe discovers too late that these killers are inhuman… 

 
 
 
Publication Date: February 3, 2015

Genre: Paranormal Romance

After Gretchen Myers rescues her murdered stepsister’s baby, she’s nearly killed in a not-so-accidental car crash. When she wakes up in a Las Vegas hospital, she’s alone … until Rafe Pearson shows up. Not only does he have the baby, but he also manages to rescue her from yet another attempt on her life.Rafe is approximately the size of a linebacker with the looks of a GQ model. Yet, Gretchen has never seen a man so lonely. And he’s never met a woman so stubborn. But while she and the baby are in danger, there’s no way the former cop will let them out of his sight.

As a bear shifter who lives in a cabin deep in the woods of Mount Charleston, he has the perfect place to protect his new charges. Then the persistent hunters track down their vulnerable prey, and Rafe discovers too late that these killers are inhuman…

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Michele Bardsley writes howling good paranormal romances. When she’s not writing, Michele consumes chocolate, crochet hats, watches “Supernatural,” reads on her Kindle, and spend times with her awesome hubby and their fur babies. 

 
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