August 12, 2009
My life as a blogger is a pretty damn busy one. I’m not just saying this for effect, but I get sent
so much amazing stuff to post everyday that I almost can’t keep up!
The next post of this early Wednesday morning ( have no clue why I’m up so early, I even drank a whole bottle of wine last night) belongs to one of my brand spanking new sponsors,
Stacy Able. As soon as I saw this set I knew she not only had to send it to me for posting but she had to make it the image for her new sponsor link. The multi-coloured tresses, the splattered paint, the cute dog…oh yeah baby my sponsors are the bestest.
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