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Thank you for the warm welcomeTia! I'm a creative spirit and blog about my needlework, sewing, crafting and baking. I deal with depression and anxiety and write articles on the subject to help others cope with it. I have a Shabby Chic Boutique online: http://www.kittyandmedesigns.com/
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