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Don’t Judge Me

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Day 191 – July 10, 2018

Treat – TPC / Week 1 Photo – CFFC / Deviate – WODC / Lessen – FODC / Hooyah – RDP / Cherry – CSDWP 

For the first 16 years of living here, in order to grab a pie, I had to drive 10 minutes, on a good day.  Delivery is not an option here because, well, no one will deliver.  2 years ago this former consignment shop was transformed into what you see, a pizza place.  What’s so special about that?  It lessened the amount of time it takes to carry-out as it is only 3 minutes from the house.  Can I get a hooyah! Since it is on my way home from work, I don’t have to deviate off the route. If only they would put a drive-through in 🤔.  Even better is that when I want to treat myself, I can pick through different flavors of gelato. And the cherry on top of all that, New York Cheesecake on the side! Insert title of post here! 😂

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8 Replies to “Don’t Judge Me”

    1. Thank you! Some days I really feel like I am free styling, where the audience picks like 6 words and you incorporate them in your improved song. Except it’s not a song, it’s a photo story! 😂 But then there are days where it’s like the words write the story themselves and all I need to do is fill in the blanks! 🤓

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