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Droid Lurve: 365 Days of Droid #4,5,6,7,8,9

I'm slacking terrible, and for that I apologize! I'm not doing half the things that I said I was going to do with this project. Well, I should have a lot more free time, which I really need. I've only been out once with the new camera, and I'm hoping with the new free time I will have a lot more oppurtunities to venture out more with zee camera. I'm actually tired from hitting up downtown Atlanta today, so I bid the all adieu, loverlies.

Wig Play #4

Shoot in the Park #5

X-mas toes! #6

Facial, so relaxing #7

Hair after clay mask, loove! #8

I will never eat Dairy Queen burgers again #9

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