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  • Amy K. 3:50 am on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Panna Cotta Brulee 

    Tonight is the season finale of Project Runway! This will be the first episode I am watching live. Thank you hulu, I don’t know what I would do with out you πŸ˜‰

    Creme brulee is one of my favorite desserts. Back in the undergrad days at Auburn, I had a Project Runway finale party with creme brulee. It’s so elegant and sweet. LOVE it…BUT it can be a tad on the heavy side!

    I wanted to lighten and recreate this dessert for tonight’s finale

    Yogurt Panna Cotta Brulee

    Adapted from Joylicious

    • 1 1/2 tsp unflavored gelatin
    • 1 tbs water
    • 2 cups of fat free milk
    • 1 tbs lemon juice
    • 1/3 cup sugar plus 4 tsp
    • 1 cup nonfat greek yogurt

    Place gelatin and water in bowl and allow to sit for 5 mins.

    Combine 1 cup of milk and 1/3 cup of sugar to a small pan, heat on the stove until sugar is dissolved. Β Stir warm milk into gelatin.

    Whisk in the second cup of milk with lemon juice. Whisk whisk whisk until smooth πŸ˜‰

    Pour into cups and put in the fridge to firm up, about 3 hours.Β 

    Now for the brulee part…

    I do not have a torch, so I got a little creative in the oven.

    Turn on the broiler. Pour tps of sugar onto a silicone mat and spread out to about the size of your cup. Place under the broiler.

    Remove when sugar has melted and just a tinsy bit browned. Do not touch until cooled it will be HOTT!

    It gave the panna cotta a fabulous crunchy shell, mmmmm πŸ˜‰

    Awesome finale, now I have to wait patiently for Top Chef All Stars to start in December!

    I made some more changes to the training schedule. Some friends and I decided to go hiking in North Georgia on Sunday. They are looking at a pretty intense trail. I decided to move my long run to Friday so I will have a little recovery time before attacking the Appalachian mountains!

    Todays run was a 5 miler:

    • Distance: 5.10
    • Duration: 44:18
    • Pace: 8:41

    I enjoyed the sunshine after the floods that passed through Athens yesterday.

    Tomorrow TJs opens in Athens, Im going to be dreaming tonight of peanut flour, almond milk, coffee samples, and 2 buck chuck πŸ™‚

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Mom 1:11 pm on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      So sorry I kept your torch…
      See you have not let that stop you!!
      Love, MOM

    • Tina 6:25 pm on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I just found your blog. I wish I had sooner though. We’re having an Atlanta blogger meet up tonight actually and I see your in the area. I went to school at UGA and lived in Athens for awhile. Jealous they are finally getting a TJs!

      • Amy K. 3:17 am on October 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Fun!! Let me know next time y’all get together, I would love to meet up! I went to the TJs this morning and it was packed! So glad we finally got one πŸ™‚

    • Aunt Mary 4:20 pm on November 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi, Amy,
      What a great blog! Loved reading it and looking at the pictures and recipes. Best of luck training :)))

      • Amy K. 4:59 pm on November 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks, Im glad you like it!! I have enjoyed working on it! It is a nice break from grad school!! πŸ™‚

  • Amy K. 4:02 am on October 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Perk You Up: Pumpkin Granola Bites 

    Today was a rainy, stormy day. The kind where all you want to do is curl up in comfy clothes with coffee and netflix πŸ˜‰

    Unfortunately, I found my self battling the downpour hauling my overstuffed book bag to and from class. Only a few more weeks and this will all be over!

    Whenever it is rainy outside I always feel like baking. I was struggling to stay awake in classes today so I knew that I wanted something with a little pick me up. And because it is the season of pumpkin spice I created…

    Perk Me Up Pumpkin Granola Bites

    adapted from: Brown Eyed Baker

    • 3 1/2 cups oats (I used 2 1/2 cups oats, 1 cup puffed millet)
    • 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
    • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
    • 1/2 tsp salt
    • 1/4 tsp nutmeg
    • 3/4 cup light brown sugar
    • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
    • 1/4 cup applesauce
    • 1/4 cup honey
    • 1 tsp vanilla
    • 1/2 chopped nuts (I used walnuts)
    • 2 tsp instant coffee combined with 1 tsp sugar (I used some of my Starbucks Cinnamon VIA)

    Preheat oven to 350 and line 8×8 pan with parchment (this makes removing the granola and clean up SO easy!)

    Combine first 5 ingredients in large bowl. On the stove, combine the rest of the ingredients (minus the nuts and coffee!), whisk and heat up do not let boil.

    Pour over the dry ingredients. Stir in the nuts and spoon into lined pan. Pat down and then sprinkle with the coffee sugar mixture.

    Bake for 35 to 40 minuets until golden brown. Remove from the pan and let cool completely before cutting.

    I cut mine into 1 inch bite size piece. A lovely sweet snack with a little pick me up, without threatening your night sleep πŸ™‚

    It was so rainy today that I found myself on the treadmill at Ramsey Student Center. I was desperate to get a run in and I stuck it out for 4 miles! Thank goodness they have TVs on the treadmill to keep my mind occupied.

    Recovery is kinda slow from the half. Monday I took the day off, I don’t know why I had scheduled a 4 miler the day after the race. I did 4 on Tuesday and today. Tomorrow I plan on doing 7 and 13 on Saturday.

    Lauren is running a half this weekend in Greenville, SC. Good Luck Lauren!!! πŸ™‚

    Trader Joe’s opens in Athens on Friday at 8:00 am, you know I will be there! So long bank account, TJs is coming to town!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

  • Amy K. 2:06 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply


    I woke up just a wee bit sore today πŸ˜‰

    Made me wish that I had invested some time in stretching after the race. I don’t know why but I hate stretching!

    Today was the big interview with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. In order to put my best foot forward (sorry, I couldn’t help it!) I went for a pedicure!!

    Not only do my toes look pretty but I got to sit in the massage chair while I had my feet and legs massaged…post race heaven!!

    Thank you so much for the well wishes! The interview was great!! I worked this summer at CHOA with the Safe Kids program. This internship would be with Child Wellness and it is in the same building. It was great to go by afterward and see my old colleagues, kinda weird to be back interviewing in the same building!

    On the way home I picked up some veggie, I was in the mood for a huge salad. I have seen some people blog about massaged kale salads. I love Kale because:

    1. It’s cheap!!
    2. It has great flavor
    3. It has tons of nutritious benefits

    Because it is so tough I never thought to use it for a salad.Β 

    Beautiful red kale but to me it looked purple!Β 

    Massage Kale Salad

    First thing you wash and remove the stems from the kale. Then put in large bowl with a little salt and a tinsy bit of olive oil.

    Now for the fun part. Massage or crinkle the kale. This breaks down the cell walls making the kale soft and well…edible!! You can see the difference!

    I made up a dressing for mine that included:

    • 1 tsp whole grain dijon mustard
    • 1 tsp balsamic vinegar
    • The juice of half a tangerine (you can substitute OJ)

    I love grainy mustard, I like the look and texture it gives the salad πŸ™‚

    I dressed mine up with some shredded roasted brussels sprouts, tangerine slices, raisins and roasted sun choke slices.

    What do you like to add to your salads?

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Abby 2:40 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Cranberries and sunflower seeds and carrots!

  • Amy K. 2:08 am on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    This morning I woke up to a dark night sky and an alarm clock that ready 5:15 Ekkkk!

    Today was the Athens Half Marathon!

    My goal was to run sub 2 hrs but I completely shocked myself and ran it it 1:45:42!!

    Whoa! I felt really good, I kept telling myself that when I started to feel bad or my knee started to hurt, I would back it down. But I felt FANTASTIC! It was such a great run! The course went all over UGA and Athens. I had a great music playlist that kept my mind off running and enjoyed all the scenery and people who came out to watch!

    Around mile 8 my friends Laura, Kate and Jenny were waiting. I had given them a Gatorade and lara bar to refuel when I got to them. When they saw me coming they helped me refill my water bottle and handed me my lara bar, already opened πŸ™‚ They are the most amazing friends!

    My pace jumped around: Most miles were right around 8:00 and I had a few that were around 7:00 and one around 9:00. I felt so good the whole time and then came mile 12… monster hill, I would actually call it a mini mountain! I didn’t stop but that slowed me down significantly! People around were talking about how cruel it was to include that hill at the very end and I have to agree. But other then that, it was a wonderful race! I wish I could go back and do it again. I felt strong, and enjoyed having the whole street to run in!Β 

    My day began with what I now think is my favorite pre race breakfast: Sunflower seed butter, greek yogurt, 1/2 banana, agave, and chia seeds on a thick slice of bread. It was just what I needed to get me going!

    Super excited and ready to go! Check out my awesome compression calf sleeves!

    I got them at the expo yesterday. I don’t know if they actually helped me in my pain free run but I felt great during the run and at least they kept my legs warm!Β 

    Julia picked me up and we headed to the starting line. Twins!! These shirts were $5 at Old Navy!

    Minuets after finishing I was enjoying a nice cold beer! I have trouble turning down a beer, especially when it is free!!!

    When I got back to the house I showed, packed and jumped in the car to head home (Roswell, GA). I have an interview tomorrow with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for an internship! Wish me luck!!

    I rehydrated along with way with some coconut water

    And of course some Starbucks!

    Iced coffee with 1 pump of pumpkin spice and a sample of blueberry scone!

    For dinner I roasted half an acorn squash and stuffed with with curried quinoa and chickpea salad from Whole Foods. I did not love the salad on its own, it was kinda gritty from all the spices but I added some cottage cheese that made such a big difference and added lots of additional protein, perfect for post race recovery πŸ™‚

    For an after dinner treat I went to the new self serve frozen yogurt place by our house: Orange Leaf.Β 

    I am a coffee lover πŸ™‚

    I got coffee and peanut butter yogurt with granola, a huge blackberry and a candy corn pumpkin! Sweet was to end a fantastic day!

    Now I can not wait for the Atlanta Thanksgiving Half Marathon and then Disney!!! Woot Woot!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Lauren Lloyd 11:46 am on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      CONGRATS to you and Julia both! Awesome job! We could have been triplets because I have the same green shirt from Old Navy…ha! Good Luck at your interview today- You will do great.

    • Joslyn @ missfitbliss 3:31 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Wow congratulations on such a stellar finish time! And you didn’t even look tired after the race! Have fun on Atlanta’s course, I’ve done the full a few times and it’s quite the hilly beast. But totally worth it of course!

      • Amy K. 11:39 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks! I heard that they have changed up the Atlanta route this year, hopefully they will cut out the hills πŸ˜‰ Wishful thinking! But Im looking forward to it!

    • Marie 4:23 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Good job on the race!!
      I’m ready to try the frozen yogurt place!!

    • Valerie @ City|Life|Eats 5:41 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Congrats!! And good luck on your interview πŸ™‚

  • Amy K. 2:05 am on October 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Carmel Apple Pumpkin Pie Oats 

    Thats right Carmel Apple Pumpkin Pie Oats, what a way to start the day!

    I had a request for the recipe for my overnight oats πŸ˜‰Β 

    The night before: I combine 1/3 cup oats, 1/3 cup vanilla almond milk, and 1 tsp of chia seeds (this is optional, it works almost as well without, but if you can find them in stores they are a very good source of omega-3 fatty acids)

    In the morning, I add 2 tbs of pumpkin puree, 1 tbs cottage cheese, 1 tbs greek yogurt, 1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice and sweetener. To make this carmel apple, I drizzeled some of my moms carmel sauce on top and added two apple crisps I made last night.The apple crisps was adapted from Angela’s blog.

    Slice apples thin and toss in lemon juice. Lay out on parchment paper and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. I baked them in the over for about 2 hrs, turning them over every 30 mins! Β nom nom nom πŸ˜‰

    The Athens Half Marathon is in the morning! I am so excited!! I spent the day at the expo, driving the course, eating CARBS, and Julia and I made a sign!

    The 1/2 route takes us by her house, we hung this sign from the trees in her front yard!

    I dropped off a mid race snack at my friend Laura’s, she will be watching the race around the 8 mile mark. I have my own personal pit crew πŸ™‚

    Julia and I enjoyed a yummy carby dinner at Mirko, same place I went before Pedal for Paws and same meal: butternut squash ravioli with eggplant marinara.Β 

    We were so stuffed but next door we noticed a new cupcake shop called The Silver Lining Cupcake Company and HAD to check it out, it had just opened THAT DAY!!

    I got the chocolate hazelnut cupcake because I love chocolate covered pretzels!! It was SO delicious but I could only eat half I was so full!

    I am finishing up my music play list for tomorrow and pinning my race bib onto my top, then off to bed. Early to rise, early to RUN!!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.


    • Marie 1:49 pm on October 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for the overnight oatmeal recipe – gonna try it tonight!!
      Good luck on the race!!

    • Mallory 4:53 pm on October 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Yesss thanks! Can’t wait to try this out, and good luck on your race! Can’t wait to hear about the course and how it all went.

  • Amy K. 12:28 am on October 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Happy Fall Party! 

    Last night I hostess-ed the second seasonal CPH Fall Party!

    It is no secret that fall is my absolutely favorite season. What better reason do you need for celebrating??

    The day started with peanuts, LOTS and LOTS of peanuts!

    I wanted to make boiled peanuts! Growing up we went every year to Burt’s Pumpkin Farm and always got boiled peanuts, they just taste like fall to me!

    I borrowed my dad’s turkey frier turned boiled peanut pot. Lauren and I spent a good amount of time going over the instructions on how to light the thing, then decided to call my dad and have him talk us through it!

    Streaming hot boiled peanuts!!

    Boiled Peanuts

    These instructions are for a large pot, but you can adapt it for the stove top, Lauren even made some in the slow cooker!

    • Green peanuts
    • Water
    • Salt
    • Spices- I just did plain peanuts with salt because Lauren made Cajun ones in the slow cooker. You can play around with spices to add to make them as spicy as you want!

    Rinse your peanuts and remove any stems. Place in pot with enough water to cover the peanuts with 2 inches of water. I heard that a good rule of thumb is 2 tbsp of salt for every lb of peanuts. You start with a little and try them throughout, you can always add more but can’t take it away! I like mine salty though (thats how Burt makes them!) The time varies depending on how many peanuts you are making. I had about 9 lbs and they took about 5 hours at a full boil. ( I would have liked to boil them longer and slower but I had an exam, so peanuts had to wait!). When they are soft, they are done! That easy!!

    Peanut Perfection!

    While the peanuts were in the hot tube, we decorated!

    Gold leaves are a Fall Party tradition. I picked a variety off trees around Athens, spray painted them gold, and stuck them on the walls with tacky poster adhesive. Make sure you do not use leaves that have already fallen off the tree, they are too brittle!

    And fall colored tissue puff balls!

    With the decorations done, I enjoyed a pumpkin beer while getting ready. I love Blue Moon, and Harvest Moon was so good!Β 

    My brother came to start the fire for smores.

    And then the food started to pour in…

    My friend Julia brought eggplant dip with slices of local cucumber.

    Paige brought a delicious cheese ball in the shape of a pumpkin!

    Sam brought a pumpkin cheesecake topped with a carmel spider! I love how fantastically fall all of the food was!

    After that so many people showed up and so much food was brought that I could not keep up, it was all delicious!!

    I was having such a good time I took next to no pictures! Thank goodness for facebook, tag it!!

    My brother Charlie

    Some of my HPRB ladies: Tamah, Hannah, and Melissa

    Judging by the accumulation of bottles I would say that the night was a success, about 50 CPHers showed up!

    Recycling is public health πŸ˜‰

    It was such a fantastic party, so sad that it is over. But I still have enough beer left in the fridge for another party, hmmm…..

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.




    • Ann 12:56 am on October 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Fall Party!!
      A new UGA CPH tradition….
      Maybe get invited back next year???

    • Charlene 1:22 am on October 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      The GOLD leaves are awesome!
      Martha move over!!

  • Amy K. 1:41 am on October 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Almost Orange 

    How much exposure to pumpkin is needed to result in the adverse outcome of turning a very bright shade of Orange?!

    Alright so I have been:

    1. eating WAY more pumpkin than anyone should
    2. Studying Epidemiology for too LONG!!

    My day began with pumpkin pie overnight oats with some homemade carmel sauce (my moms super amazing and super secret recipe!

    ↑ HI mom!!! πŸ™‚

    At Starbucks I got my new fav, iced coffee with one pump of pumpkin spice. Its not as sweet and not as expensive as a pumpkin spice latte. Perfect for poor college students!

    I followed it up later with a Kashi Pumpkin Pecan bar

    My goal is to get super tired of pumpkin so I will be able to move on when winter comes are way. Don’t know if I see that happening!

    For my 5 miler today I tried running with a knee sleeve to help the pain I have been having in my right knee.

    Not such a fan, it might take a little getting used to but I don’t think I will wear it for the half this weekend.

    5 Miler:

    • Distance: 5.08
    • Duration: 43:38
    • Pace: 8:35

    So pumped for the weekend, hoping for a fun and PAIN FREE run!!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.




    • Mom 1:53 am on October 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for the shout out!!
      Perhaps I shall ‘will’ you the recipe someday!!!
      Cant have too much pumpkin or too much carmel!!

    • Anonymous 2:30 am on October 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Pumpkin spiced coffee… What’s next?
      Peppermint mocha?
      Oh. That’s right. Coming this November!!

      • Amy K. 3:05 am on October 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Yumm! Peppermint white chocolate mochas are the BEST! They taste like Christmas in a cup πŸ™‚ Can’t wait!

    • Balanced Healthy Life 4:04 pm on October 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      You can never have too much pumpkin! Good luck running this weekend! : )

    • Mallory Perkins 10:34 pm on October 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Oh my goodness. This post is making me crave pumpkin. Such yummy snacks… and I really want to know how to make this pumpkin pie overnight oats thing you made! πŸ™‚

      • Amy K. 7:50 pm on October 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I will post it soon! They will make your morning πŸ™‚

  • Amy K. 1:03 am on October 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Goals for the Week 

    The Athens Half Marathon is on Sunday I’m getting my plan together for this week. I have made a few changes to the training schedule:

    • Monday: 4 miles (Check!) and Flag football playoffs!!
    • Tuesday: 5 miles
    • Wednesday: 4 miles
    • Thursday: Rest. Exercise Epidemiology test andΒ Fall Party!
    • Friday: 3 easy breezy miles
    • Saturday: REST, CARBS, and AUBURN v LSU!!
    • Sunday: RACE DAY!!! My goal is to run the half in under 2 hrs…We will see πŸ™‚

    One of my goals for this week is to drink more water. Plain water is so boring and hydrating all day is not the easiest/more convenient thing to do while on campus. So while studying I have been treating myself to a little bubbly…

    Some carbonated water, a few thinly sliced oranges and pomegranate seeds πŸ™‚

    I kept refilling my glass it was SO TASTY and I love the bubbles!

    When I was studying at Starbucks today I actually just bought a bottle of water!!!

    And enjoyed as small sample of carmel via coffee and blueberry scone πŸ™‚

    Yummy! Sample make my day!!

    Im off to intramural flag football playoffs! We are hoping for our first win, otherwise we are out! Wish us luck!!!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Chuck 3:18 am on October 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck this weekend!
      Drink early drink often!!

  • Amy K. 10:37 pm on October 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Guess What’s Coming to Athens.. 

    Trader Joe’s !!!!!

    I think that the dappled sunlight it pretty appropriate huh? πŸ™‚

    The rumor is that it will be opening beginning of November!!! So pumped!

    Yesterday was my 7 mile run. Since I am back home for my exam I did my run at Roswell Park.

    I have no idea what my time was, after the first 2 miles my watch bleeped out. I took off fast and was kinda hurting toward the end, gotta make sure I don’t do that next weekend for the Athens Half πŸ™‚

    This morning I took my CHES exam at Emory University.

    I enjoyed a visit to our Public Health friends at the Rollins School. They have an absolutely beautiful facility, however my friend Laura reminded me that they pay extra for that πŸ˜‰

    The test was a wee bit tough, I am so pumped that its over!

    But because grad school goes marching on I went from the test to Starbucks to do a little studying for my up coming exercise epidemiology test this week.Β 

    Ick not fun!!!

    For lunch I went to the DeKalb Farmers Market and picked up a Greek Quinoa Salad.Β 

    It was SO tasty!! All the things I love about greek salads and with quinoa!

    I definitely want to try making this sometime soon!

    Back home my dad has the TVs set up for the Auburn v. Arkansas game and Texas v Nebraska.

    Time to enjoy my rest day and some Auburn football!! War Eagle!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Kay 12:33 am on October 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      WAR EAGLE!! πŸ™‚

    • Dad 3:09 am on October 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Cam for Heisman!!

  • Amy K. 2:26 am on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    Patience Never Tasted So Good 

    I have been waiting for this morning to roll around of a while now…

    Patiently I have waited for the TJs sunflower seed butter to run out.

    So I could put my overnight pumpkin pie oats in it!!!

    I have seen other blogger do this and let me tell you, it is absolutely wonderful! In the mix is:

    • 1/3 cup oats
    • 1/3 cup vanilla almond milk
    • 1 tsp chia seeds
    • 2 tbs pumpkin
    • 1 tbs cottage cheese
    • 1 tbs greek yogurt
    • 1/8 tsp pumpkin pie spice and sweetener

    The BEST way to begin the day!!

    Licked clean, yummmm!!!

    After breakfast I was flipping through the tv channels to find coverage of the Chilean miners being rescued (which by the way I could only find on the spanish speaking channels, so after trying to interpret gestures for a while, I gave up and turned to Google news!).

    As I was flipping past VH1, this band was playing…Β Mumford & Sons.Β My new FAVORITE band,Β I am kinda obsessed! I have been listening to them nonstop all day.

    They are a new generation bluegrass band. Go listen to them! They are coming to Atlanta in November but the concert is already sold out Booo!! They would be an absolutely amazing in concert!

    It was a great day but when it can time for my 4 miler I really wasn’t too feeling good. I think it is really important to listen to how your body feels so I decided to go for a walk instead and enjoyed the scenery that I usually run past!

    I stopped by the pumpkin patch near our house to check out all the sweet pumpkins.

    The women who worked there whispered to me that they are getting a new shipment of pumpkins on Sunday and I should come back then to pick out the best one πŸ™‚

    I will be back!

    God Bless and all the best!

    Amy K.

    • Chuck 2:33 am on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      There should be a sign that says, “Please Don’t Sit On The Pumpkins! Do you know of a recipe for baking pumpkin seeds?

    • Mom 1:19 pm on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Sometimes the walk is what your body needs!!
      Love the little pumpkins… make sure to go back and get a good one!!

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