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Shelly Dozier-McKee
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Passion is the Most Relentless Boss I've Ever Had!
Passion is the Most Relentless Boss I've Ever Had!

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Congratulations! It's been so fun seeing your business and brand grow. Continued success.

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Great tips Rashon. I own those black lidded jars and love them.
My favorite thing to look for at thrift stores are brass pieces, silverplated pieces and blue and white jars and bowls. And you've got me looking at wallpaper too! 

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
I am right there with you and love everything Pottery Barn has to offer this year.

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Great post Rashon.  I wrote a simple post this week as well and truly believe how you start the day sets the tone for the day.  

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Hi Rashon,
I had mixed feelings after reading this post but what I know for sure it that your talents are meant to shine no matter what avenue you choose to share them with the world.  I have been inspired by you and know that I will continue to find inspiration in all that you do.  Continue success and you can always count on me as a faithful follower.  

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Beautiful as always.  I love every detail you incorporated into the table!  And, I just ordered a roll of that wallpaper!  

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
Scary indeed.  I would definitely take the other lamp back and start with a new pair.  I think HomeGoods will come through for you and credit you for the broken lamp!  

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Shelly Dozier-McKee commented on a post on Blogger.
The bones and lines are great and this piece has so much potential with a new upholstery job.  I'd also consider removing the skirt and adding some fab legs if they don't alreay exist.
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