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Finally! My intranet presence seems to be getting a little better. I literally spent all day while I was at work customizing HTML and CSS. The contact form is what really kicked my butt. Blogger really needs to let us put widgets on pages and not just the sidebars. I am happy with the turn out. Everything is finally falling in to place, only a few more things to tweak, but no time soon. I'm still not quite sure how I am going to style my 'Playlists' page, but I feel I have enough content. Of course things will be popping more around here once I release my debut novel.

I love the flowers(and moon!), something quite magical about them. I'm going with a flowers theme since I used my own flower photos on both my Facebook and Google+ pages. The beautifully, haunting images I am using now came from photographer, Hans Benn. Check out his Google+ page for more of his stunning work.

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