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Hey everyone. I'm celebrating life this week.
I'm celebrating falling behind.
I'm celebrating mistakes that make me stronger.
I'm celebrating  news that I thought would be THE ANNOUNCEMENT but turned out to be not so.

Hey! At least I"m not complaining.

Have a great weekend, beautiful guys and dolls.

Thank Vikki!


  1. Mistakes do make us stronger! And yay for not complaining lol I hope you get to share an even bigger announcement for next time ;)

  2. How does that old adage go---we learn by our mistakes!! You sound very upbeat which is great!

  3. I hope you have an announcement to share soon ;)

  4. But now you've got us on the edge of our seats with anticipation, so when you DO make the big announcement it will be all that sweeter.

  5. Here, here! I am ALL about mistakes that make me stronger!

  6. Thanks for the information... I really love your blog posts... specially those on Local Tamil News

  7. Mistakes do make us stronger, that's for sure. And erasers were put on pencils for a reason too!


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