Trees are sporting new leaves, kittens are turning into cats, and this week, my own little girl is becoming a teenager. This dragonfly is contemplating the changes I recently made at the main Fatfree Vegan Recipes site. So this ladybug is planning to pack up and fly away with me to WordPress sometime this week.
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