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April 23, 2008

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You are SO awesome! Li, you were one of my favorite people that I met at Unleashed. Thanks SO much for this super-sweet writeup.

And I can say that you inspired me as well - to get a little more serious about my photography hobby. See?! We make a great pair!

(PS - I've been around a total of 2 years with eMoms/Sparkplugging, not three)

Glad I could inspire you as well! :)

I fixed that three year to just over two years... it was 4 a.m. when i was tweaking this post, I think my brain was fried! LOL

Building online communities is very important...it can help you easily get the word out regarding your site..^^..it is also a good way of meeting people with similar interests with you..that way you can exchange ideas and opinions regarding your common interests..^^

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