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Two of my favorite things in one giveaway: Helvetica and Moleskine. Love....

Looking for a new place to live in the DC/MD/VA area. If you have any leads, let me know! 

Checking out Percolate this morning. It seems like G+ Sparks only way better. Are you on Percolate? What are your thoughts?

Back on G+ after unintentional hiatus. What's happening, everyone? What have I missed?

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I am really enjoying Smashwords and books written by my friends and acquaintances this summer. Here are a few of the ones I've been reading:
The Dark Wife (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/59254) and Sugar Moon (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/67605) by Sarah Diemer, Robot Pony (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/73682) by Madeline Claire Franklin, and Dark City, Dark Magic (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/76687) by Peter Tarkulich.

What are you reading this summer? I'd love to know!

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Thanks for sharing, +Amber Naslund. I unchecked and am sharing again. Hopefully this helps other folks, too.
Very sneaky, LinkedIn. Thanks to +Steve Woodruff for sharing this bit on a box you really want to Uncheck on LinkedIn (and I recommend you look carefully at your email and other settings, too).

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In case you missed the first recipe I shared (a delicious Chocolate Yeast Cake), here's the second installment from the new Stories: Savory and Sweet. I'm including all of my friends this time, but in the future will limit sharing to my Delicioso! Circle. If you'd like to be a part of that, just leave a comment here. :)

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Thanks, Jay.
To find G+ app on iPhone, search app store for "Google Huddle"

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My mom and I decided to start this blog as a result of a project I recently took on: transcribing, editing, rewriting, and adding to our old family cookbook. My mom put it together in the late 1980s as a way to preserve our family history and share recipes with family. In the last 20 years, the family has used this book over and over again to make favorite dishes and preserve family traditions. I’ve been wanting to update this cookbook for some time now and, after starting to transcribe, my mom got the bug to start cooking a lot of these recipes again and we decided to blog our experiences. We hope you’ll join us in our experience of delving into recipes and stories.

*Unless otherwise stated, all recipes are originals of our family or friends.
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