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My Lovely June Sponsors

I did put up my July sponsor spots a few days early because I knew it might get busy mid-week for me, however... I still wanted to highlight my lovely June sponsors! Thank you all so much for your lovely support. :)



Hello, I'm Shannon, the daughter of a black and ancestrally Mexican man and a white woman who lived on Haight Street (San Francisco) in the 70s. I am currently a Master's student at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where I study minority memoirs and biracial literature. I work as a freelance writer, book reviewer, and proofer.

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Hi, I'm D'Rae. I am a loyal friend, a bit creative, and love to read. I love my husband & Sophie (my cat). I hope you enjoy your visit to my blog!

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Hello!! I'm Lee Lee, a crafty fashion blogger from Colombia living in Miami, FL. I love everything cute, photography, and vintage. When I am not working, I spend my days sewing, reading blogs, and taking pictures. I love to travel and to meet new people. I blog about my adventures in Miami, my trips, my inspirations, the things I love, and the things I love making. Come in to my world! Everyone is welcome! :)

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Hi, I'm Sarah. I'm a child of God, a wife, a mother, a daughter. An employee, a planner, a dreamer. I'm both complicated and simple. My blog is a strange mix of my church life, work life, family life, health issues, and what I'm wearing that day.

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