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I took it back!

We got a new computer!!! We set it up in my office. It was not convenient, because it's actually my daughter's computer and she uses it to interact with her friends, play games and goof off. It's never a good thing to have to deal with that kind of stuff when you want to sit down and get some work done. So yesterday, we moved her computer downstairs and I took my office space back. I undownloaded all her games. Removed them from the system and I took my computer back! It went from on the brink of death to exactly what I needed in the first place!! Yeah!! I'm so stinking happy!!
Who knows exactly what this will mean, but it might possibly mean more blogs! Or more productive time in my office!! Or no more waiting for the computer or dealing with huffs when I ask to use it!! One thing it definitely means is a tax deduction because my office space is now all me!!!!!

Speaking of work...I have something exciting to share with you!! This week is a birthday week at our house and in celebration, I'm offering free shipping between now and September 2, 2016 when you shop through this link

http://www.mytradesofhope.com/parties/34970

Just send me an email after you've placed your order to toh.tinap @ gmail.com and I'll PayPal you the cost of regular shipping. Contact me through that same email if you have any questions!!


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