Sunday, December 2, 2012

Give Us Some Sugar


 in the kingdom of sweets





went into her boudoir


to put on her tutu


in order to dance and

unfold the elation of

victory over

the Mouse King.

But this year she has 

a taste 


for the unexpected.


















The dance floor is all yours



are you planning 

this holiday?



Sabrina said...

ecco un'altro dei tuoi fantastici post...per me è sempre un anorme piacere passare da te!

Ruben Rivera said...

Dear Anita
This was really fun. The music, fantastic; the pics a real joy, especially the doggy in costume. What a hoot, I mean howl. Bravo, bravo.

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Oh, very fun and festive, Anita! So fantastic with that music. You get the most creative blog award :)
Happy December! We just got our Christmas tree.....yay!
Enjoy the week ahead!

Deborah said...

What a treat to my ears and eyes!
Just beautiful! Your posts bring such life and love and beauty!
Hugs my dear friend!

Deborah xoxoxooxox

FleaingFrance - French Shopping said...

Perfection as always....but that adorable pup puts it at the top of my list!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

You have given me a happy heart today dearest! Beautiufl images and music.. What fun! I must say the pup is my favorite!!!

Divine Theatre said...

Oh! To visit the nursing home and listen as they reminisce makes my soul dance!
Beautiful, my friend!



Victoria Sayer said...

Oh Anita....I am afraid that I was not able to listen to the would not let me. And I am sad to say that most of your beautiful photos do not show up as I scroll down your blog post. They appear as large blank squares. I have to click on the blank squares and then they appear on a large screen with the rest of the post's photos down the bottom in a row...don't know why.?? So I have missed out on the full treatment that your amazing posts offer. :-(

It's me said...

Oh what a sweet post....lunch in Paris ??.....have a Nice first advent sunday my best

Lady of the Woods said...

How fun was that :D. The Sugar Plum Fairy in Latin!??? fantastik. hummmm "red" such a beautiful color, never found in my world, but I love to see it on others. I could use a splash I guess...will work on it LOL

YONKS said...

Great music, wonderful images, I will try to live my life by your message! Pure joy.
Thank you for being you :-)
Much love

YONKS said...

Great music, wonderful images, I will try to live my life by your message! Pure joy.
Thank you for being you :-)
Much love

desde my ventana said...

Fabulous music and make really greats post Anita.
Have a wonderful advent time



Catherine Robinson said...

Great music, fabulous images and wonderful sentiment...I feel like dancing Anita ;-)
Original and brilliant as always and I LOVE your little figures sweet.
Have a magical week lovely lady and thank you so much for all your very kind comments this week, I really appreciate them.

A Tale of Two Cities said...

Oh boy--that music really enhances your blog today, and makes me even more excited to go see The Nutcracker next week with my little 5 year gold granddaughter. Our joy is in making memories together!

Michelle May said...

Love it! Now I want to go and do some dancing!

helen tilston said...

Dearest Anita

The music is superb. I would love to attend a concert given by Cuban Sugar.
I am in love with many of the outfits and I will also join WB Yeats in running away with the fairies.

Have a wonderful week

Helen xx

Style Diary Of A Fashion Fanatic said...

Hi beautiful Anita!!!!!
Happy December 1st- how is that possible?!!!!!
Where has 2012 gone?
This is such a cool, fashion-y, fun post!!!!
I hear the song: "I Want Candy!" playing in my head!!!!
I wish you & I could meet in Paris for coffee & shopping!!!!
We could stroll along just talking....
Have you ever seen the movie "Midnight In Paris?"
I loved it!!!!!
It's been unbelievably warm here- 73 degrees today!!!!
We put our Christmas tree up last week.
Hope you had a fabulous weekend!!!!
Love & Hugs,
Shannon :-)

Karen Albert said...



SizzleandZoom said...

Fantastic post! I smiled all the way through it.

Sarah said...

Oh, la la what delicious eye candy. Lunch in Paris......I'm ready! Thank you, Anita! Another fun and creative post..........Sarah

Grace said...

Gorgeous! There are not enough words to express the beauty of this post and pictures. Grace xoox

The French Bear said... the latin take on the sugar plum fairy!!! Awesome pics and now I want to go and decorate my chandelier!!!
You always have interesting and inspiring posts, love them!

koralee said...

Hi dear was your weekend..filled with JOY!?
Love your message today and sweet images.
I have been a little busy bee this weekend and my home is decorated...outside lights twinkling...fresh outdoor garland around the door and windows done!Will do the tree next weekend when my Molly comes home from Amsterdam! Happy dance!
It has been way too much fun this weekend...baking is next on my list.
I want to stay home all week and continue the bliss....but must get my school shoes on!
Have a great week my friend....hugs and hugs and hugs to you.

Marie said...

Beautiful as always...and Karina says your welcome for the music and that she misses you soooo much! I do believe she's the one who played it for you.

Love you,

Nella said...

Anita, I can't stand it! Sooo beautiful, fun and cute, the little doggie!! I loved it ! I am just loving all this wonderful stuff in blog land this year and enjoying this beautiful season! N.xo

Leslie said...

Lots of eye candy here Anita!! The tutu.. Nutcracker is one of my all time holiday favorite ballets. The cakes, the chocolates.. tis the season to celebrate and enjoy {a little extra} :)

Hope your season is a sweet one :) and off to a great start!


"Create Beauty" said...

A delicious sugary treat, all these lovely images!!!

~ Violet

Fashion-isha said...

Reading this post was like watching a cool video. Thank you!!! You are so cool!

Pierre BOYER said...

Best regards from France,


Ann said...

Love the fashionable images....
oh this holiday I plan to dress up and feast... its the time of year to do so.

Molly The Wally said...

Lunch in Paris sounds good and the toys with the present is so cute. Have a marvelous Monday Anita.
Best wishes Molly

Anonymous said...

Scrumptious!! Only you would make me want to dance and throw caution to the wind at 6 am. ;) My senses are now alive as I head off to pack more boxes.
The music is PERFECT, and I think I'll play it throughout the day during my breaks, already played it twice. How did you find the sugar plums dancing to a Cuban spin? LOVE IT!!
Thanks love. ;)

Anonymous said...

This is such a gorgeous and fun packed post all at the same time! I'm on my laptop and a little confused as to why the music won't play. Hope my lap top is not broken. I will have to revisit from my big computer to get the full effect. Hope your weekend was awesome! xo

It's me said...

I do listen to the music now !!..i was forgotten...sorry !!...but it is great...!! you more than i did.....hahahahaha!!

Martina said...

Wow dearest, a new post - and sucg a stunning one! That dress with the illuminated sullhouettes underneath is spectacular, as are many other pix here. Yes, the unexpected is what puts a smile on our face. Would love to dance with the fairies too! Thanks cor visiing me - and have a swett day!

Renae said...

Anita! very well! very well ...done!
I loved the salsa beat (unexpected) and the doggies carrying a gift (also unexpected). i loved this entire post, my dear!!! loved the pokka dots in spots, the GORGEOUS chandeliers in others and of course I always love the ballet portions that keep me spellbound.

If you are expecting something, how then can it be unexpected?

hmmmm, just wondering.

...yes, my camera is dead! gone, poof, fried, charred and just sitting here on my desk as lone little waif with no purpose or ambition. Luckily I have all of the current pics out of it. whew on that one. but guess what? no pics from me on my posts til who knows when? i am sad :(

Lisa Farmer Designs said...

What a great start to my week! I LOVE Latin music and dancing so now I am pumped up and ready to get on with the chores at hand. May even dance my way through them!! Your images are spot on as usual. You're the best!Hugs, Lisa

Lady of the Woods said...

Thank you Anita, coming from you I feel more comfortable with it. I tell you though, I am wishing for the pure snowy white look but NO I am NOT repainting, lol, nope, not me...not for a while! I like the softness of this white, but that pure white is what it turns out I really was after, but not here and not now. lol
I have more work to do then the kitchen is being painted as well, then I can go back to making clothes and gardening which my garden is looking neglected and is painful to me to go out there....though others thinks its lush. You know how it is :D
I hope you are enjoying your writing class and I hope to see pics of your home when you get some things done, ok? I'd love to see it. Yes that Latin music was da bomb! I could see myself, which I did envision lol, being in your house with the ambiance you create on your blog, then wham, the Cuban music and me getting up to dance it away and laughing! love to laugh! hugs, lady

Sylvia said...

Dearest Anita,
As the Christmas holiday season arrives, my family buys tickets for the most special Christmas classics. (This year, though, we will see " The Wizard of Oz"). In fact, years ago we saw the Cuban National Ballet and Canadian Ballet Youth performing The Nutcracker. Such a joy! It is all about candy canes and sugar plums, my kingdom (I have a sweet tooth). It is all about fairies and princesses, and dancing snowflakes... Thank you for this fun post that elevates the spirit. Thank you for the stunning images and the DANCE!
Enjoy the season and yes, joy is even greater when it comes unexpected!
Stay joyous, my sweet friend!

Red Rose Alley said...

I LOVE IT ALL! The sugar plum fairy needs to dance in my neighborhood too. This fairy quote is the BEST, and I've seen it before and was going to use it one day, as you know I'll do another fairy post in the future hehe. The pink candy with the powdered sugar put a smile on my face. It reminds me this candy that my dad used to love at Christmas, only it had nuts with powdered sugar. I'm going to have to look around for it soon. The dog photo is so silly and sweet.

I got a package in the mail last week. I loved the kindness tags, and Jess is going to love the red shoe ornament!! I am going to send each of the girls one of your kindness tags, so they will always remember to keep kindness in their hearts. Thank you so much for the goodies, and that extra special box you put in there - I love it! It was such a nice surprise for me. I hope you are enjoying this special season, precious Anita. I am lovin' the music on here today.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

francis said...

Anita dearest
Here I am . Thank you for your caring words .
I am doing well .....
and I be here tomorrow !
big hug and LIEFS

Susan said...

How fun and festive! Loved the music - pure enjoyment...thank you!

Michele said...

Dear Anita ~~~ Your lovely posts bring me joy Anita, I wish you a very blessed, peaceful, radiant Christmas Anita full of the light of the Lord.

Pearl 13.1

Anonymous said...

those shoes!
that dog sweater!
that cupcake!
and that red dress
in the window!
best story yet!

Rhissanna said...

How wonderful and yes, the music is perfect. Dear Anita, everything in your post is on my wish list! Thank you, thank you, for the most magical Christmas spirit.

Now I really, really crave some Turkish delight.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Anita,

Wonderful post, and thank you for sharing all this festive love.
The Nutcracker ballet is one of my favourites.
You always find the most fabulous images, love the black double breasted coat.
Wishing you a happy week

Anne said...

yummy yummy yummy yummy yummy!! those gorgeous clothes (love the double breasted coat with the white petticoat, omg...) and just in time to get into a party mood! Bravo, Anita!

Karen Harvey Cox said...

Cha Cha Cha...I never heard that rendition of the Nutcracker Suite before. I love it. and I love that dog suit...too cute. My plans are to cuddle with that new grandson underneath the Christmas tree and play with the train that soon will be there too.


Fete et Fleur said...


Love your beautiful tutu!

Hugs my dear,

Privet and Holly said...

Love, love
all the eye

Sweet, indeed!

xo Suzanne

Chatelaine said...

What a treat! Ballet and sweets.
And the Sugar Plum Fairy has developed such a fashion sense and reached beyond her tutu and pointe shoes to high heels, ankle booties and polka dots! Be free Sugar Plum Fairy, be free!

koralee said...

Evening my friend..what are you sipping tonight? Me...pumpkin spice...yum!
Busy day at school...Christmas is filling the halls and classroom.
How was you day? xoxo

Pamela said...

Oh, that was fun!
I have never heard the Nutcracker performed in that way. . .
thank you for giving me a taste of unexpected JOY!
I will have to dance with Santa this December. . .
or twirl with the fairies in a wintery forest. . .
Merry, Merry*~*~*~*~*

vicki archer said...

It is the unexpected that makes the holidays joyous... don't you think? Lovely, lovely Anita.... xv

Marie-Ange said...

Les douceurs de Noël ont le goût délicieux de l'enfance ...
Noël est une merveille qui se déguste comme une friandise et au temps de l'Avent la moindre pomme de pin se transforme en objet d'art ...
C'est l'effet magique de ce moment béni ...
Gros bisous ch-re Anita

Cindy said...

I love visiting your blog! It is a feast for my eyes! Such beautiful images and fun music!
Have a wonderful day! xo Cindy

Jeri Landers said...

CHA CHA CHA!!! That was fun!

Renae said...

morning Anita! thank you for the unexpected answer to my question that i wasn't really expecting an answer. LOL. I COMPLETELY agree. life with it's pleasant surprises gives us happiness, joy and laughter. do we expect that? in some ways we do, in others it is a surprise.

I am still wondering how i will post further posts without a camera. Perhaps the way i do it will surprise you and everyone. ...Perhaps?

love to you this day and hoping for GREAT EXPECTATIONS for You! (hug)

Jacqueline said...

Now more than ever I want to be a fairy! If I could wear the polka-dots, lick my fingers and have a decorated castle like that...what more could a girl with a few curls ever want? However, I must change the story and bring Prince Len the Gnome with me. He is the best dance partner in the world. We love to dance...I think I'll text him and ask him out on the dance floor this weekend!

The Dutchess said...

AAAAAAAAh..what a fun post..and what are You up to this Christmas my dear...Lovley music..lets cha cha..XOXO

The Dutchess said...

Or Rumba..

The Dutchess said...

Rock and Roll baby..

The Dutchess said...

Or tip toe through the garden to see what our little friends are up to...Miss Moussie sends her love!

Dawn said...

Such a post WOW visual and the jazzy sugar plum fairy music was very vibrant Adore the red & white shoes (check with the lady dressed in R&W) and I am not a shoe kind of girl I adore the little cake the music wrapped gifts, I would adore lunch in Paris all just wonderful thank you xx

Denise said...

What Fun!Christmas is the perfect Festival to dance with joy.I dance with joy, for the birth of baby Jesus and this Christmas for the birth of Maddie Kaye-whom is any day now joining us in "The Dance."

♥ Mary Janes TEAROOM said...

Oh my goodness Anita ...these images are breathtaking....such a wonderful post...I LOVE the boudoir pic and I need one just the same!
Hope you are having a lovely week,
Susan x
P.S Did you find Romeo on your balcony? ...I do hope so!...xx

Renae said...

my Anita! sweet!

you are so kind and caring. ya see, i love to blog hop and you have to have your own photos when you do that. i have gleaned from pinterest and mostly google images before, but i can't or shouldn't link up on those posts. and i am leaning more toward thrifting finds now and that is a bit more difficult when i'm not in the thrifted articles or the thrifty finds are photographed by me. see? i think tomorrows post may be of an old photo taken by me on a trip to Texas a few years back and then my daughters camera should be operational for friday's post. THANK YOU FOR HELPING ME AND LISTENING TO ME. i'm ok. i was not myself yesterday, tho. too much worry about the camera issue. i have a plan now at least. what a day.

I simply LOVE LOVE LOVE this week's post!!!! I love it when I stare at every frame and dream and wonder and examine the reasons why you used the photo you did and how it ties so well with the others. YOUR POST'S ARE SO UNIQUE. NO ONE CAN BEGIN TO DUPLICATE YOUR ARTISTIC EYE AND THOUGHTS. NO ONE!!!!!

see you soon, (wish so in person) and take care, dear friend.

Sherry "Edie" & Marie Antionette said...

Bonjour ma belle!

What lovely visions of sugarplums you've put into my head! We are busy with the grands and friends and family non-stop from now through Christmas! What delight my life is filled with these days. God is good and I am so thankful!

Bisous my darling, Sherry

Pierre BOYER said...

Enjoy your day !


lisa Moran, Bilancia Designs said...

LOVE the music!
How fun! This was certainly different...very sweet, very fitting for a very festive month! :)
Your email was great ~ you have me thinking about your offer.
Stay tuned.....
Huge hugs! xo

Palomasea said...

SI! SI! Samba La Bamba!!!!
Let's go! Put on those dancing shoes and I will join you...oh wait...Alex is inching ahead...OLE! :)))
Hoping to share some JOY with YOU!
Love to you....keep dancing, dear friend...

renae said...

Anita! hello! my goodness, me. thank you for suggesting pinterest. i am a dork. the post was more fun and more creative than i imagined. (did you see the link i made to, of course, you?)

life is grand. i slept like a baby and the day is fresh and new. drive safely in your ambitions today and hope to hear from you soon (tomorrow or this evening), ok.

Marie-Ange said...

Bonsoir Anita,
Pourrais-tu me redonner le lien pour mettre des images stp, blogspot me bloque encore ...
Merci beaucoup

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Oh Dearest Anita what a gorgeous post full of a little bit of everything...including a Lunch In the shoes....the clothes, everything! Thank you for coming over and seeing the special Lunch and Book Signing we went to...I am still thinking of the seafood...the view...the wine...the macarons....Love to you from me in the most beautiful warm, breezy day by the coast...Dzintra xo

Stacey said...

Oh yes; so fun and festive! I really could just dive into each image. Beautiful! I am so ready for another Paris post!:-). Isn't it time yet? I hope you're not too exhausted from subbing. Tomorrow is Thursday so the weekend is in sight:-). XX

Ivy and Elephants said...

Dear Anita,
You had me rocking around my Christmas tree! I choose to eat, drink, shop and make merry with friends and family!! That's the sweet life. Wishing you the very same.
Big hugs,

Mary said...

Ho..ho ho jolly super fun. You have chosen so many great items. Love it. I love the Sugar Plums and latin arrangement!

hi-d said...

What an amazing post! You always find such amazing photos that got so well with your words. LOVE the music as well! What a refreshing spin on an old favorite song of mine. Tell me, did you ever dance in the Nutcraker? I know you have history with ballet.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Oh, so you got this message too? How do you like GOOGLE+? Is it totally a different format? I am so used to the "old way" that I did things...grrr...haha...

Miss you!

Marie-Ange said...

OUI chère Anita ...
Je n'arrive plus à nouveau à mettre des images sur mon blog ...
Blogspot me réclame des sous et je n'approuve pas cette méthode.
Gros bisous^.

PURA VIDA said...

Magnifico! This made me feel like I was 8 waiting to grow up so I could experience the grownup world of delight! I can't wait to share with my nonblogger children!

renae said...

oh Anita! i know. sooo excited to use it and work it and be a better photo person. i have a tough time admitting to be a 'photographer'. i just feel more like i am lucky. my blog has brought me to photography. i am still learning.

yes, i was and is a member of pinterest for over a year now. in fact pinterest got me thinking about having my own blog. however, i just had myself as the 'board holder' but now i have edited it and made it 'simple sequins' as the name rather than my own. i lovelovelove pinterest. i have to make myself stay off of it because i get too addicted [spend way too much time there] one night i stayed up til 5 am pinning and pinning and pinning. see = bad! but the other night while making that post i realized i could click on each photo and make it bigger prior to coping it. that was new to me. so i had big pics to paste, which was much better than straining to view them. that was great fun.

have a peaceful day! i am a bit overwhelmed today with exhaustion of yesterday and making the purchase [sear charge account][bleh but had to] i was too sad and my HM couldn't stand to see me so sad. but one big reason he did it was i have a income option in the works. more details on that to follow.

tripod: thanks for the suggestions. HM doesn't want me to use the camera until i have a tripod [for times shots anyway]. how tall is yours? they had 50" ones but i am 5'5" and we thought it needs to be at least a 5' high one. no?

create, rest and create further, my helpful friend!!! renae

Palomasea said...

Coming back for a little more SUGA, beautiful friend!!
Ooooh, those Turkish delights are fabulous...the little's all so wonderful...
A blessing to see you!!!
Love to you, dear sister...

francis said...

Dearest Anita
Your kind words echo endless
That is very true
I need some time to deal with the lost of my sister
Writing about that is better not here
This is supposed to be a happy place
An inspiring place
And that's more than good.
Sometimes in life we do not have much to give and share
We are in need of
shoulders and hugs
and tea and candlelights
So if you miss me
you know I am doing just that !
All will be allright but when I learned one thing in life
it is to be in the moment .
So I can go on soon ......
Love and hugs to you

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Thanks for your visit, my dear! Love those tiny presents in lined up shoes and the chandelier dressed in gold baubles. Always love your photo finds! Doing a cookie exchange with a relative for Christmas this year so there WILL be sweets! Have a most lovely holiday season, dear Anita! Can't wait to see your Christmas post.
Bisous, Kirsten

DolceDreams said...

What a fun, fun post, I adore it!!!!Thank you for stopping by to admire my petite chat!!! Too too funny, no!?
Happy Holidays my friend,

Marie-Ange LLACER said...

MERCI chère Anita.
Grâce à toi et à mon petit-fils Guillaume, je peux remettre des photos !
Mille bisous

Debbie said...

LOVED IT!!!! I have a big, BIG smile on my face! Fantastic rendition with the Cuban soul. THANK YOU!!! I'm going to MAKE Danny experience this post. LOVE YOU ANITA! Love to Ruben as well and have a blessed Xmas!

koralee said...

Evening dear one!!! Thank you for your sweet happy you are enjoying the teas...I am always in David's tea shop...I really should work there!
So what do you have planned for the weekend my friend? I hope to get the tree up on Saturday and head into Vancouver for a bit of shopping with my daughter and then on Sunday....Pick up sweet Molly in Seattle...happy joyful times ahead!
I just know you will be doing something fun too...hugs...and have a great Friday.

Woolytales Miniatures said...

My friend , my friends I am back and I want to dance with YOU!!!!!!grin

Kerri said...

What a fun post! I love to come visit your blog, I enjoy it so much :)


The enchanted home said...

This has every one of my senses on fire! visually stunning Anita. I love that this is one of the first places I visited this morning....cannot imagine a prettier place, and that means its going to be a great day! Cheers to the magic of the season!

Cheryl said...

I don't know how you do this. Taking me away, again. Thank you!

Jeri Landers said...

Anita, How did I know that you were an actress?! Hah! So was I! Dramatics class was my favorite and my first lead role was Gramma in "An AMerican Dream". My first line was, "None of your damn business!"... in gramma speak, of course. YES, Christie will be here too, AND Erin, ( from Erins Art and Gardens) Also Our Mary,of Heritage Hall. We will miss you!

Sandy at You May Be Wandering said...

Anita, thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving me such a kind comment. Unfortunately, I accidently pressed delete instead of publish an "poof" your thoughtfulness disappeared. As a new blogger, I love feedback and comments and I want you to know how much I appreciate your thoughts even if they don't end up showing up on my blog! I hope you keep visiting! You are on my blog roll and I love the beauty of your site. Have a great weekend!

Karen Harvey Cox said...

Hi Anita,

Thank you for stopping by each day and inspiring me with your words. I used your post to inspire some Christmas decorating today. I am decorating the house inside. Yesterday I started doing a little outside.

Thank you for your inspiration.


renae said...

morning Anita! have i mentioned i love those gilded shoes with little gifts in them? socks vs shoes = love the similarity. so cool.

and ...i am for sure certain you would love anything illuminating at this season. that is soooo YOU! light = inspiration, of which you exude!!!

take care my friend and don't work too hard. thank you for you lovely comments this week and for your friendship and gentle direction. rest and relax as well, too, k?

see ya soon. :D

Ann Nichols said...

What a very fortunate sugar plum fairy! I think her time spent in C,C,and C's must have been quite an unexpected pleasure! I mean... those polka dot tights! What could be better?!
Blessing dear Anita!

Palomasea said...

Anita, dear one! You liked the header...oh my goodness...I did not intend for it to be SO BIG! I have no idea how to adjust it, it took a long time just to get that one to work...oh well.
This is a photo of a little cottage at the Ren Fest taken in September! I just added a little snow from PicMonkey...and it worked! heee...looks like it will be a snowy weekend!!
Thank you for stopping by, dear sister...have a beautiful day...

It's me said...

Nr 100 !!...we have lots of snow here in Holland from me happy

Julye said...

the delicious sweets look so stunning !!!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dearest Anita,
You are such a faithful and dear friend.. Thank you so much for your words from the heart tonight. You have touched me deeply. Wishing you a beautiful weekend.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Anita,

Thank you for the visit today.
Always lovely to come back and see all the inspiration with your gorgeous post.
Sorry about the mistake with the Victoria post - I was actually trying to go back through my blog finding some old photos that we are putting on a digital photo frame for my Mothers birthday. We are driving down to celebrate her special day.
Happy weekend

Mary said...

What a beautiful post. I came once...but missed looking. I think I had a long delay for blogging, work took over my life.

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