Thursday, August 29, 2013

A Day in the Life...

I love reading what people do on an average day. My life seems fairly boring, but because  I'm having trouble writing, it might be time to share a little glimpse into the life of the Johnstons! If you want to read about a day in my life from other seasons of life check out this one, this one, or a whole week here.

Here's what we did on Wednesday!

5:30am - Jarrod's alarm goes off and he gets up to get ready for the day.

6am - My alarm goes off and I get dressed for a walk. I am out the door by 6:05am thanks to leaving my walking clothes in the bathroom the night before.

6:36am - Back from my walk. It was glorious, peaceful, and energizing.

6:45am - Out of the shower and Jarrod is getting Wesley up for the day.

6:55am - Wesley is drinking his green smoothie and I snap a few photos of Jarrod. It's his first day of class today!

7:15am - Wesley and I are just about done with breakfast. I had a biscuit with jelly and Wesley had Cheerios and a green smoothie. He asked for a few more 'Os' so I empty the dishwasher while he finishes up.

7:48am - Even though Wesley pooped, we are still out the door on time! He read a book on our way to school and this was the best shot I could get because he's rear-facing.
I drop him off at school and head to Starbucks to work.

8:18am - Drinking a soy chai latte while working from the coffee shop. I have an important presentation that I'm working on and have been procrastinating on finishing for weeks. I won't have to do it until September 7th, but I'm trying to finish it so I can begin practicing. I work on it feverishly only taking breaks to respond to e-mails and deal with a few other work items that need to be cared for. The presentation is for a huge event that I'm working on and there are a lot of details that need to be completed. Shortly after 9am the doctor's office calls me back and I schedule another appointment for my ear infection. They can see me at 3pm. Yay.

10:45am - Stopping only to put signs up in the parking lot, I arrive at the church for a meeting that I'm hosting. I visit Jarrod, who has already had one class and is back in his office working. The room is set and people begin arriving shortly after 11am.

2:15pm - I take down the signs and am outta there! I head home for a quick change into comfortable clothes and go to the doctor's office.

2:50pm - Arrive for my appointment. They have HGTV on in the waiting room, which rocks. I pay a copay for last week (I don't know why they didn't charge me when I was there last week) and this week. $60 I don't want to spend at the doctor.

3:15pm - I've already seen the physician assistant. Turns out my ear is not infected, but looks like my ear drum ruptured. She recommends a visit to the ENT. She's very nice, talks a lot about my symptoms (severe congestion, completely clogged ear, and sore throat). It's been 11 days since my first visit to the urgent care. I had a steroid shot and just finished 10 days worth of antibiotics. She suggests an allergy medicine and another round of antibiotics, just to be safe. I'm a little uneasy about the whole thing.

4pm - I swing by to get Wesley from school and we head home. I settle in to work from a chair in his room while he plays.

5:45pm - I finish up work and decide it's time for a little walk. Wesley and I shared a cookie after school so we're not hungry for dinner yet. It's gorgeous out and Wesley loves being outside.
6:20pm - We're home and it's time for dinner. Wesley refuses to eat the casserole I made and wants bread instead. He always wants bread so I decide to be tricky and put the casserole on bread. He ate the whole thing.

6:40pm - Daddy's home from school! YAY! Jarrod and I eat while Wesley eats a popsicle. (It's just melon and yogurt blended and frozen in IKEA popsicle molds!)

7:05pm - I convince Jarrod that it's time to stop goofing off with Wesley and take him to get a bath! While Wesley gets his bath I take a few minutes for myself. Normally we bathe Wesley together, but tonight I just need a minute. I make Wesley's lunch for tomorrow and answer a few e-mails.

7:15pm - I head to Wesley's room. We snuggle together and Jarrod reads us one book (The Napping Book) before we pray with Wesley. He sits up in his crib and holds my hand while Jarrod prays. (We take turns praying and I prayed last night, it's not a gender thing!)

7:30pm - Jarrod gets Wesley's diapers ready for the wash (we are VERY fortunate that our daycare allows for cloth diapering, but that leaves a nasty bag of poop for Jarrod to take care of at the end of the day) and I work on the budget.

7:45pm - Budget committee meeting! We had a lot of unexpected expenses this month (nearly $1,000 in car repairs!) and needed to go over everything for August. Once we balanced out August, we looked at September. We need to pay Jarrod's tuition for seminary this month so there isn't as much wiggle in our budget as usual.

8:10pm - Wine is poured, TV is on, and we're comfy on the couch.

9:20pm - Clean up and get ready for bed. We check on Wesley and he's sleeping soundly. I leave my walking clothes on the floor near my bed so that when the alarm goes off at 6am I get up! I read some of my book while I wait for Jarrod to get in bed. We read the Bible and talk for a few minutes.

10pm - Lights out!
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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Hometour - Master Bedroom

I never meant to take a week off from blogging. I don't even know how it happened. I wrote about feeling in a funk last week. That funk turned into a throat and ear infection. Despite essential oils, powering through, lots of water, a steroid shot, and antibiotics, I'm still feeling under the weather. Actually, underwater is more like how I feel.

Rather than writing too much about what's going on in my life, I'm going to share more of our hometour! This stop is our master bedroom - it's where all the magic happens...Because it's where my craft room is! We've made a few awesome changes in there since we moved in. It actually looks better than I even imagined! It's not done yet, but it's well on it's way!

Here's the view from the doorway. It's a very large room and it's sectioned into two real areas. Plus the dressing room and bathroom area.
The curtains are from Wesley's room. We're slowing changing his room into a big boy space and I adore these curtains. I think they look great in our space. And actually look really different in our room than they did in the nursery.
The art above our bed is very special to me. Jarrod, Wesley, and I made it together. I love that it brings in some yellow. It also has pretty green and blue in it too.

The dresser is from IKEA and I customized it. I still adore it.

The other side of the room is dedicated craft space...and I LOVE it!
Jarrod wasn't completely excited about the pink legs I bought for this table, but I love it...
The large table gives me a lot of space to cut fabric, scrapbook, and work on my computer.
I have the storage bin with drawers on the table because of little fingers. Once he learns better I will put it back on the floor next to the bookshelf. It holds everything from scissors, pins, and a glue gun to notions and elastic. The bookshelf has my fabric stash, paper craft items, and lots of open space.
Here's more of the craft area. You'll recognize the light, birds, and wall hanging from Wesley's nursery.

Beyond the craft area is the closet, sink, and bathroom area.
Don't judge me for sharing our dirty laundry on the blog... This shot is really so you can see the new curtain!
It's beautiful. I used the extra fabric to make a new pillow for our bed. I need to buy another 1/2 yard to make a faux Roman shade for the small window in the bathroom. It's a very small room and I want to brighten it up with this pretty fabric. I didn't include a picture of the bathroom because it's about 3'x4' with a shower stall and toilet. The door opens in. It's not ideal, pretty, or picture ready. This is as close as you'll get...
There is a small window behind that door where the faux shade will go. I plan to replace the shower curtain with a light, bright curtain soon! The rugs in there are shabby and brown. We're hoping to replace them with white and green or white and blue ones as soon as we find them. The one outside the shower needs to be very low because the door has very little clearance.

There is still some work to be done in our bedroom - artwork for some of the walls and a lot of stuff done in the bathroom, but it's a soothing place and I'm proud of the work we've done so far. I'm especially proud that we re purposed the curtains from the nursery and they look awesome. :-)

How do you make your master bedroom a sanctuary? 
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Monday, August 26, 2013

What's Happening

Hello out there! I cannot believe I haven't written in over a week. I have many excellent excuses.
  • I've been watching TV.
  • Work is busy.
  • My kid is BUSY!
  • I'm on day 10 of an ear infection that won't quit. 
  • Jarrod's got an ear infection too.
  • I'm praying Wesley doesn't get it.
  • I'm working on solving the world's problems.
So there's that. 

In an effort at authenticity, life has been beating me down. Probably because I cannot hear out of my right ear and have been sick for nearly 2 weeks straight. I don't want to complain around here so I've just stayed quiet...and complained to the people in my life offline. :-)

I had another call into my doctor this morning but his treatment was different than I expected. He talked about a second round of antibiotics when I was in last week, but his nurse only suggested a decongestant when I called this morning... In spite of that, I'm hopeful that my ear will clear soon and I'll be back to feeling a little more normal.

Here are some things you have to look forward to:
  • Pictures from Wesley's first day in his new class at school. 
  • Pictures of our master bedroom, complete with new curtains and re purposed curtains. 
  • A new spiritual discipline I've started that I'm praying will clear my head and help me discover what exactly God wants me to do in life.
  • Thoughts about our new produce drop/CSA and what we've been doing with all our produce!
  • I'm going to see Jen Hatmaker on September 19th and I'm SO excited. I'm going with a great group of friends and couldn't be more thrilled. I know God is going to use the night to continue to stir things in me...and us. 
I've never taken such a long blogging break and I'm not sure what to make of it. Forgive me. I'll be back, I'm sure. I'm just working some things out right now. :-)

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013


All weekend I debated what to write this week. I have no idea. I don't have any pending posts or thoughts drafted just waiting to be perfected. I have no idea what I want to share with you. I have random fragments bouncing around in my head, but nothing that could constitute a full thought, let alone a blog post.

So here I am. In a bit of a funk.

Some of the things I'm thinking about are:
  • Jen Hatmaker's book Interrupted: An Adventure in Relearning the Essentials of Faith, particularly the part about how busy she was blessing the blessed. I'm anxious to get through this book. I want to know how she got from where she is in Interrupted to where she got to in 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess . Perhaps I should have read the books in chronological order. 
  • Living a natural life and cutting out chemicals as much as possible. We've lived a pretty clean life in terms of food for a while - very few preservatives, no cans or boxes, and pretty natural "real" food. We've begun to take that further with our CSA membership. We are incorporating organic foods into our diet more regularly. We're conscious about purchasing in season and local foods. We plan to switch to a different food co-op in the fall (we're leaning towards Urban Acres for you local DFW folks!) and are excited about checking out their store. 
  • Cutting out unnecessary medicines and cleaning supplies, we're starting to learn more about essential oils. We have begun to use them to treat Wesley's teething and allergies for all of us. I'm excited to add some lemon to my homemade cleaners. The vinegar smell is not appetizing at all! I know there are other awesome uses and I'm excited to try them. Jarrod's not exactly on board but at least he's allowing me to experiment. :-)
  • And for more chemical-cutting thoughts, I've given up diet coke indefinitely. I have always felt a tugging to cut it off cold turkey. I can go several weeks, but usually for no reason and jump back on the one-per-day band wagon quickly. Recently I've been convicted about the harmful chemicals in diet coke (and coke zero, my real addiction!) and have cut it off. I am sure I'll still have one from time to time, but for now, I'm clean! My toughest time avoiding diet coke is at restaurants. We don't keep any at home, so it's not tempting there. So far I've been able to resist and stick with water! 
  • I am running a work conference later this week. Jarrod is coming with me to lead worship. This means Jarrod and I will have two nights away from Wesley. I absolutely hate leaving him - especially the allergy-snot, teething mess that he is right now. On the other hand, I'm really looking forward to some time away. My head feels perpetually cloudy. I am forever exhausted and it seems that no amount of sleep, exercise, or water can snap me out of it. Perhaps this is the cause of my funk. While I'll be working hard to be sure the conference goes off without a hitch, I'm excited for some time away and hope to get a little relaxing in!
  • I recently read Kelle Hampton's latest blog about discontentment and it resonated with me. Perhaps ironically because one of my latest posts was about contentment... Is it possible to be generally content and specifically discontent at the same time? That's how I'm feeling right now. Content overall with the days, but discontent in the minutes.
I hope to be back later this week to share some more CSA recipes and what we've been cooking lately. Until then, I'd love to hear how you snap yourself out of a funk. 
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Friday, August 9, 2013

Friendship Community

Last week I finished 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker. The book literally rocked my world. For lots of reasons. But the one that has been rolling around in my brain for the past few days has been the incredible ability Jen has for cultivating and maintaining awesome friendships. Without confusing things with the premise of the book (you can read that for yourself...and should!) Jen has a council of awesome women who are on the journey with her. She can seek their advice and support via text message whenever she needs it.

Doesn't every woman want that? I sure do!

After reading 7, I read Carry On, Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed. Glennon writes incredibly honestly, just like her blog. She writes of her incredible relationship with her sister. I'm not jealous of that because I have a similar and equally awesome relationship with a sister that keeps me sane. She also wrote about her children running around the yard with her girlfriends' kids. She recalls going to college formals with these friends and now they live in the same neighborhood, help with each others' kids, and do life together.

With these two glorious pictures of friendship in community bouncing around in my head, I began to feel discouraged. My life is already incredibly full. Full of work, travel, an active toddler, friends, family, church, Jarrod's career, and a new school semester looming. I was overwhelmed. Will I ever have that kind of friendship community? The kind that spans decades?

No. I probably won't. I probably won't live in the same house for 30 years. I probably won't live down the street from my childhood best friend. I probably won't raise my children with the same core circle of friends in the same cul de sac. That's not the life of a Methodist pastor. We will raise our kids with the same friends that they see once a year at Annual Conference. ;-)

We will move. A lot. We will have lots of friends that we consider family in Louisiana, Cedar Hill, Dallas, Austin, Frisco, Florida, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Ohio, North Carolina, Arlington, Fort Worth, and beyond. We will introduce old friends to new friends, creating new friendships. We will be connectors. And I love that.

In the midst of feeling sorry for myself and coming to terms with our reality, I had a glorious day. I had a long (3 hour!) lunch with a dear friend. We talked about life, love, sorrow, theology, food, and finances. We laughed and we got teary. We planned another lunch in 2 weeks. I went home and unpacked a new table. A table I knew we needed because our large kitchen table wasn't big enough for all of our friends coming over for dinner. I assembled 2 lasagnas and one pasta dish for Jarrod, tossed table cloths on the tables, and set out dishes. Soon our house was full. 11 adults from various areas of our lives all comfortably chatting together. Three big girls and two little ones giggled as they played with our dog and cats.

We ate, drank, laughed, and prayed. Old friends met new friends. The food was delicious and our house was full of laughter. It was just the right amount of chaos. Our house was full but didn't feel crowded. I did the dishes while our last few friends lingered, chatting about life, theology, and the church. My heart was full.

I am incredibly thankful for our friends - old and new. I'm incredibly thankful for a husband who tolerates my desire to open our home to our friends even when it stresses us both out. I'm thankful for a little man who can sleep through chaos and who loves having people over.

Through all this I found it incredibly easy to judge what I know of my life against what I don't know about Glennon and Jen's lives. God reminded me that I need to examine my life and figure out how to life in a way that makes me happy and fulfilled. If I were to suddenly have everything I admire in Glennon or Jen, I would not necessarily be happier. I'm learning to find and create happiness in my own life - the only one that I have.

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Thursday, August 8, 2013


I drive a 2001 Honda Accord. It's a great little car with about 140,000 miles on it. We spend a lot of time together because of all the driving I do for my job. She's actually my 3rd accord and I adore her...Until I get out. Her paint is chipped and incredibly dull. Two weeks ago when I was driving through a parking lot the driver's side window just dropped into the door. One thunk and my window was open. I laughed out loud. It was the first rainy day in a l-o-n-g time. And on top of that, the driver's side window hadn't worked in months. (Want to be embarrassed? Drive through a fast food place with a front window that doesn't roll down.) I laughed the whole way home - as rain poured in the open window. 

These awkward photos are brought to you by my incredible awkwardness. Don't worry, I was stopped at a red light when I took these pictures. 

We try to live a simple life. In order to do that, we need to be happy with what we have. (Check this out to read my latest thoughts on the simple life.) I don't use fancy shampoo, have expensive shoes, or drive a nice car. But I like nice things and struggle with finding the balance between having nice things and not being consumed by them.
I struggle with justification for having nice things and maintaining a simple life. 
I thought this struggle would go away once we became debt free. I was so wrong. It's actually been the opposite - the struggle has gotten harder. When we were in debt I justified driving an embarrassing car because we were paying off debt. Now we are working on our emergency fund - something that is just as important to us as paying off debt. We have not loosened our grip on the budget and our paying ourselves each month. 

Seeing in black and white the progress we are making on our emergency fund is incredible, but does make contentment harder. We can afford a new car - one with shiny paint and working windows. We have the money to buy expensive shampoo and makeup - stuff I'd really like to have. So I work on contentment because I have much more than I need. 

While I struggle, there are a few things that really help me maintain contentment. Now that all of our dollars belong to us, they mean a lot. While the emergency fund is great, my eye is on the prize - adopting a baby. Every dollar I spend on something else - even $5 on make-up - could help fund our adoption. Being debt free was a great motivator, but adoption is even more powerful for me. The end is in sight. 

I have no idea what money will feel like to me once we have our emergency fund and our child home. By then we'll be saving for something else - retirement, kids college, and paying cash for a house, I imagine. And hopefully I can be content with all that I have even then...but I know I will still struggle.
“Therefore, I say to you, don’t worry about your life, what you’ll eat or what you’ll drink, or about your body, what you’ll wear. Isn’t life more than food and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds in the sky. They don’t sow seed or harvest grain or gather crops into barns. Yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Aren’t you worth much more than they are? Who among you by worrying can add a single moment to your life? And why do you worry about clothes? Notice how the lilies in the field grow. They don’t wear themselves out with work, and they don’t spin cloth." -Matthew 6:25-28 CEB
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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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Monday, August 5, 2013

Community Supported Agriculture {Making Sense of a CSA}

If you follow us on Instagram, you saw this picture a few weeks ago...
A few months ago Jarrod and I signed up for a summer season CSA - community supported agriculture share. Each week for 8 weeks we drive to our drop site where we pick up 10 different types of produce. These veggies have been grown at a local farm and are seasonal, sustainable, and organic.

I am still not proficient in CSA, but I can tell you about our experiences. We paid $40/week up front or an entire summer share. The food is picked up each week and is enough to last Wesley, Jarrod, and I all week. We are diligent about using all of it, even the things we've never had before. We have frozen some of the foods for use later.

When we arrive at the pick-up location all of the produce is set up in bins. Each bin has a label telling how many of that item is in the pick-up today. For example, on the spaghetti squash bin it said, "1" and on the green bean bin it said, "1 large handful."

The first set of bins are the farmers choice. These 5 items are chosen by the farmer and everyone gets them. The next 5 items can be chosen by us. We choose 5 out of about 10 choices and usually pick based on our tastes and what we think we can do with it all together. For example, we won't pick something that will require us to buy more at the store when we could pick something that already goes with everything else we have.

The picture above is from our first pick-up. The items were:
  1. Tomatoes
  2. Green bell peppers
  3. Spaghetti squash
  4. Zucchini 
  5. Summer squash
  6. Mushrooms
  7. Green beans
  8. Beets
  9. Corn
  10. Sweet potatoes
It was all relatively normal. The beets actually went bad before we could figure out what to do with them. We learned to store all of the produce in the fridge after that because our kitchen gets very warm. From this batch we made roasted veggies, green beans with sliced almonds, sauteed sweet potatoes, roasted corn salsa for tacos, zucchini bread, and spaghetti squash with tomato sauce.

Week two was Jarrod's first experience with the CSA. It was a very fun time and we got a few more wild items! 
  1. Tomatillos
  2. Tomatoes
  3. Lambsquarters
  4. Amaranth
  5. Zucchini 
  6. Squash
  7. Sweet potatoes
  8. Eggplant
  9. Poblano peppers
  10. Green bell peppers
This week was more of the same from last week. Jarrod made a delicious tomatillo salsa, we used the lambsquarters for green smoothies, made amaranth chips, and another batch of zucchini bread. YUM! I roasted the eggplant with squash and a few other things and ate that all week. Wesley and I also enjoyed the sweet potatoes roasted  in olive oil with a little salt.

Week 3 was a real adventure!
  1. Beets and greens
  2. Prickly pear
  3. Corn
  4. Green beans
  5. Zucchini and squash
  6. Green onions
  7. Mirliton
  8. Shallots
  9. Tomatoes
  10. Red bell peppers
We were a little perplexed about the beets, prickly pear, and mirliton this week. We've had all of that before, but never prepared it ourselves. After a little recipe searching, Jarrod made stuffed mirliton with red peppers, shallots, green onions, and sausage. We roasted the beets and beet greens and put them on pasta with a little feta. I made MORE zucchini bread. I keep thinking that the extra loaves in the freezer will last months, but I know better. Jarrod is making prickly pear salsa with the shallots, green onions, and peppers. We grilled the corn, cut it off the cob, and it's how happily frozen in the freezer waiting for a chili, stew, or corn bread.

Our CSA also has the option of adding on free-range eggs (which we didn't, but are regretting!), meat, and fruits are available for purchase on Saturdays at our pick-up. We've had peaches, pineapple, mango, and kiwi in our smoothies for the past few weeks and it's delicious! There's something about fresh fruit straight from the farm.

We are extremely pleased with the CSA experience we've had so far. We love figuring out what to do with unique items and trying new things we've never had before. It's a great way to ensure we are getting healthy produce without going to a lot of trouble. We will likely experiment with other CSAs in our area (right now we are looking at Urban Acres.)

Have you ever joined a CSA? Do you have experiences you would like to share? If you've never tried one, what questions do you have?
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Friday, August 2, 2013

Coffee Date: Keeping It Real

Today I'm keeping it real. I'm dressed casually and am fairly awkward. Welcome to a real dose of Leanne! Kick your shoes off and wear your stretchy pants - it's time for a coffee date!

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Thursday, August 1, 2013

July 2013 Goals Update

July was a pretty great month. We were incredibly busy with a lot of travel for both Jarrod and I, but with the holiday, our anniversary, and a few days off, we had wonderful month. First, I need to amend a few previous goals that were unmet...

We're (finally!) DEBT FREE!!

It happened a few months later than we expected, but we can finally check that off our list! We also scheduled our appointment to scream "We're DEBT FREE!" with Dave Ramsey and a little family vacation to Nashville in November. Check and check!

Here are the goals we made for July:
  1. Do something special for our 4th wedding anniversary 
  2. Jarrod reads one non-fiction & Leanne reads one book 
  3. Try a new recipe 
  4. Have one family activity 
  5. Leanne walk 75% of days
We did really well on our goals this month! 
  1. Not only did we have an open house on the 4th of July, but we also went out to dinner and frozen yogurt for our anniversary. We went to a local vegan restaurant because we were in the midst of the Whole Living Challenge
  2. Done and done! Jarrod read Rob Bell's What We Talk About When We Talk About God and I read Jen Hatmaker's 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess. I was late on the 7 bandwagon, but I'm officially obsessed. I have already suggested it to multiple friends in casual conversation. In fact, last night I left it on the table for our babysitter to look through. I would have let her have the copy, but I borrowed it from the library. (Hi, Marianne!) Because of 7, I also listened to In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto on audiobook in the car.  
  3. Check, check, and check! Because of the Whole Living Challenge, we tried a lot of new and delicious recipes. We're also trying lots of new things because of the CSA we joined. Here are some of our favorites:
  4. We went to the pool! I did a few other things around the house, but we went to the pool as a family. Wes wasn't so sure about the splash park for Father's Day but after a pool party with friends, I knew he would be okay. And he was! Until he wasn't... then it was time to go...
  5. Probably not. Jarrod was gone for a whole week this month so walking at 6am wasn't possible. I did stick with it and walk when I could with Wesley, but July was tough. I'm still committed, though!
I feel like each month I'm getting better on the goals. I'm working really hard at reading more books. I've stopped trying to read books I think I should read and am now reading books that are interesting to me. Thankfully, these include thought-provoking books that are stretching me and forcing me to grow spiritually as well. 

How do you stay on track with your goals? What are some good books you've read lately that you think I would enjoy?
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