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I'm delighted and honored to announce that I've been given two pages, one for my photography (here) and one for my writing (here), at Artists I Love. Many thanks, Tom.

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  1. Great Stuff Kristin! Love it all especially the little girls in bonnets at the fence.

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  2. Hey, thanks, Michael. I call that one "Locked Playground" and Outsider Writers used it for their main page last year. I think they may still use it as their profile pic in the community.

    Thanks for taking and peek and letting me know. Cheers!

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