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    06-09-2014, 12:13 PM
Originally Posted by DanisMom    
It sounds like you are on the way to getting things taken care of. Just thought I'd give you this web site for my trimmer. He's nowhere near you but has a lot of good info.

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That website looks delicious, can't wait to start exploring it! Thank you so much!

Looks like I have some support on the way next week, am very excited! Lemonzeus' very own trimmer is taking the time to drive here and help us get back to a place I feel workable for me. I am vastly relieved!

I will still be frequenting this forum, however, for critiques as we move forward. I am eternally grateful from minds willing to help!
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    06-09-2014, 08:04 PM
Great! She's fun to work with, and really does a good job. Any questions you have, even over texting, she gives a really detailed, easy to understand reply. Tell her Carie said hi when she gets up there! So glad I could help out!
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