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Sam@speabody
July 05, 2020

This was for my friend's birthday yesterday. She didn't make it easy-- dietary restrictions of gluten and dairy. Poor souls that have to deal with such medical issues. My heart goes out. I kinda ripped her off though. Despite the pretty flowers, it's only two components: flourless chocolate cake and that deathless blackberry buttercream. Slicing and layering flourless chocolate is not recommended, as you can see. Is "rustic" the greatest cover for failure, or what? Dad's birthday is also 7/4 but he doesn't live here so he only got a phone call.

Cake was Thursday. Yesterday was a weenie roast in the woods. The hat. First off, I don't feel too strongly about the man one way or another. I bought it two years ago solely to troll for my Grand Canyon birthday. I chickened out and never wore it around others. This time I figured the white and blue would go with my red Hardhat Mack shirt. I drove an hour out of town to get a red county where people don't wear masks in cars or while ...

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