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August 11, 2011

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bermudaonion (Kathy)

Wow, the author really struck me with this line, "attractiveness and sexuality (even early sexuality) for girls and their mothers seemed to be the vehicle to quality of life and lifestyle." It rings so true to me. I'm going to have to get hold of this book.

Christian Louboutin Outlet

A week or so ago myself and some fellow Two Point Oh! LA members got to go on a lovely jaunt to my local TJ Maxx. By local - I mean dangerously close - like 5 minutes walking distance. I'm fortunate enough to live near one of the newer stores complete with an excessively dangerous "Runway" section with lots and lots of high end designer bargains.

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