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I have a secret weapon

I'm going to share something with you. This information is privy to only a select few. Even my closest friends and family don't know this little tidbit of juicy gossip. Are you ready?

My husband, The Man Beast himself, is a genius!

Okay, so I'm sure every woman says that about her husband, but in my case, it happens to be true. I'm not making grandiose claims simply because I love my man. What I say happens to be true and there is proof!

Proof #1 - He is a fabulous cook. Remember the birthday dinner he cooked for me?

Proof #2 - He is a fabulous husband. (See Proof #1)

Proof #3 - He is an excellent father. Oh the stories I could tell! The pictures I can post! (Perhaps I should create a series?)

Proof #4 - He is artistic. Very artistic. When we were dating, he drew  a picture of a rose with an inscription. The inscription is private (sorry), but the meaning of the rose was to represent a love for me that would never die. (Awww)

TMB has recently taken his artistic abilities to a new level. Doing research on his own and playing around with very expensive impressive computer programs, he has put his talent into a digital realm.

Furthermore, he has agreed to develop a design for my blog! I gave him very little to go on and because he knows me so well, he has pounded out detail after detail of what this little blog means to me and what I want it to mean to the world. (Talk about grandiose!)

There is some tweaking to be done, but I'm very excited about the new design. Suffice it to say, it is well on it's way to being...perfect.

I cannot wait for you to see it.

Until next time...

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