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As I look back on the past year and a half of silence, I’m thankful I took the time to relax from the blog. I also had very good reason to. If you want to see my latest video about why I’m glad I took a break, you can check it out on my Facebook page {purchase furosemide lasix}. So, if you’re wondering what has occurred over the past year and a half, read on. . . .

Evan EASed. You read that right. Evan EASed out of the Marine Corps. This is a decision that actually surprised both of us. We both honestly had it in our minds that he would go full career with the Marines. He was already a little over halfway there, so why not? But God had other plans and lead us elsewhere. We both separately experienced this leading while Evan was on order lasix online cheap in Kuwait.  We knew that God wanted him to get out but at the time, we had no idea what the plans were. Things quickly fell into place shortly after we said, “Okay God, you’re in control. Please lead.”

We moved. This goes without saying. Since we were living on base and starting a new life sans Marine Corps, moving was an obvious decision. We knew that God wanted us to be closer to my sister who order lasix overnight delivery three years ago. This involved going South and moving several states away. This was one of the best decisions we made! I love being close to family again. I could do without the super hot summer though. Then again, it’s not as hot as the desert got, so I’ll stop that complaining right now.

Evan grew a beard. As per post-military ritual (it seems), my husband grew a beard, and a pretty awesome one at that!

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I became a school teacher. Shortly after we made the decision to move closer to my sister, I was offered a job at the same Christian school my sister teaches at. I now teach middle school English, Music, and Drama. I love every single bit of it! Becoming a teacher was kind of ironic for me, because in college I vowed that I would never be a teacher. Now I’m a teacher and couldn’t see myself doing anything else! It is truly an amazing and rewarding experiencing.

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My Etsy shop has a new logo. I felt it was time to buckle down and get a legitimate branding logo for my Etsy shop. I’m really liking it! You should go check it out, by the way, if you haven’t  already. 😉

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Evan may be starting a side business of his own. Ya’ll (see the new southern in me?), I am super excited about this! I’m not going to reveal this right now, but there is something really awesome in the making. My husband is such the idea-man, and this one is great. I’m excited to see where this one is going to go!

There is so much more to tell you, but I feel like I need to cut this short. I just want to say a huge thank you to all of my readers who have been faithful, despite me being gone for nearly two years! I’m back and excited to continue on this journey with you.

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There’s something that seems to happen among all women both before we have kids and shortly after. I will admit that I too was very guilty of this before kids and in the beginning of my motherhood. Though I might never had said anything out loud, my mind and heart criticized some moms.

I would NEVER let my child make a mess in my car.

Somebody needs to teach that child a lesson. Throwing tantrums on the floor of the grocery store? Unacceptable. My child would never do that!

*gasp* Did she seriously just let her son have goldfish for breakfast?!

Come on, admit it, you did it too. Or maybe you even do it now! The thing is, until we’ve been there, we need to seriously stop. Just stop.

Recently, buy lasix overnight delivery picture/post has been floating all over Facebook. I literally laughed out loud, mingled with a bit of frustrated anger, when I read it. This young mom who has been a mother for all of two weeks has decided that she suddenly knows it all and goes on a shaming rant of all moms. The irony is that it will come back to bite her in the future, and the sad thing is that all of her friends will be sitting around waiting to say “i told you so.” But let’s be honest here, how many of us have said the same things in our hearts and minds? This girl was just foolish enough to say it on social media for all the world to see and laugh.

I will say that there is a tiny percentage of moms who excuse laziness for motherhood and therefore deserve a hearty chewing out. But, right now I want to talk to the large percentage of moms who really do care and are trying.

Moms, we all live in different dynamics. No two families are the same. Some moms have several kids, some only one or two. Some are dealing with depression, while others are going through marriage troubles. Some are single, separated, or divorced. Some have children with chronic health issues. Others have children with autism. Some moms are struggling with health issues themselves. Some stay at home while others are working. You see? The dynamics are so incredibly different throughout each family.

Moms, can I ask you to do something?

Just do your best.

Your best will probably be different every day. Your best will not be the same as your neighbor’s, and that’s okay! You don’t know what battles she is dealing with.

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Moms, let’s stop setting unrealistic expectations for ourselves and for other moms. Let’s realize the reality that messes will happen, we can’t be superwomen, our children love us, and we are doing our best.

God doesn’t call us to be perfect. He calls us to do our best and leave the rest to Him. When we feel discouraged, He is there to encourage us. He always has a way of reminding us of the perfect verse at the perfect time. He has unique ways of making us feel His presence. Listen to His voice and do your best. If you need ideas for how to maintain your relationship with God through the busyness of motherhood, I encourage you to read buy lasix over the counter. I think you’d find it to be of encouragement to you (and hopefully give you some ideas).

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Putting extra clothes in a bin or bag might be a no-brainer, but oftentimes when we’re traveling, our clothes are packed away in suitcases or overnight bags. We don’t always plan for the inevitable mid-travel juice spill or rainy downpour, and then we find ourselves in need of spare clothes. But, there are none within reach. Hence, the clothes bin. It contains those extra changes of clothes without needing to do a car search.

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Aside from a custom built-in snack zipline (if only those existed), options for passing snacks to the back of the van are quite limited. That is, until now!

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It would be an understatement to say that life has been anything but interesting lately. As you can see, I haven’t posted much in the past week or so. Well, we’ve had a lot of events occur back-to-back that kind of prevented me from being able to sit down and adequately write a post. So, I thought it would be a good idea to write about life lately. On that note, I also thought it would be good and fun to do a “life lately” post from time to time to fill you all in on the goings-on that don’t really get mentioned in most of my usual posts. My “life lately” posts would provide you with a snapshot of our lives beyond the blog.

  • New Neighbors – As I mentioned in my cheap lasik eye surgery in houston, we recently got new neighbors. They are incredibly sweet and very friendly. We’ve already established a wonderful relationship with them. I’m just so sad that we’ll be moving soon!
  • Bite of the Black Widow – Yep, you read that right. No, it wasn’t me that got bitten; it was our 4-year old. He has a huge fascination with bugs, animals, pretty much anything that crawls and isn’t human. He loves to pick them up and mess with them. Let me tell you, that puts this mommy on edge. I can’t tell you how many times I have to explain why certain bugs or crawly/slithery things are not okay to pick up and play with. Well, a few weeks ago, he decided he would try holding a black spider (which turned out to be a black widow) that ended up biting him. He came running into the house screaming about a spider biting him and it hurting. I tried to handle the situation like any normal spider bite, but within 20 minutes he was feverish, vomiting, and in severe pain. We rushed him to the ER where he got seen right away and was soon admitted to the hospital. His pain level was so high that they ended up having to give him morphine. After a night in the hospital, he was well enough to continue his recovery at home. Needless to say, he doesn’t intend to try touching anymore spiders.

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  • Cloth Diapers – Hubby and I had been debating about joining the cloth diapering world for quite some time now, but we finally decided to take the plunge a few weeks ago. What lead us to this decision was mainly cost. With two boys still in diapers (and a newborn on the way), the expense of buying disposables was becoming too much. We were spending roughly $60-$70 per month on diapers and wipes! Holy cow! Of course, the other awesome benefits to cloth diapering helped make the decision much easier. Since starting just a few weeks ago, we’ve already seen a smidgen of the benefits. We are excited about this new venture, and I’m so thankful for a husband who is very supportive and just as excited as I am! (Btw, he made our own cheap lasik surgery singapore for less than half the cost of buying one, and it is much sturdier! I will be sharing a DIY of that this Friday, so keep a look-out for that!)

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  • Family Visits – Over Memorial weekend, one of my sisters and her family came to visit for a few days. It was so awesome to be with family again. I hadn’t laughed that hard in a very long time. I may or may not have peed my pants a few times. (Hey, cut me some slack, I’m pregnant. Bladder control does not come easily to a pregnant woman.) Every snippet of time with family makes me ache that much more for a time when we could actually live in the same area as family. We also discovered Isaac’s doppelganger. Cousins sometimes look alike, but my goodness, Isaac and my niece could seriously be siblings. These two are less than a month apart and, apart from gender, are practically twins! They look so much alike, they have the same mannerisms, and they even have the same quirks. It’s pretty much scary! These two are adorable!

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  • Beach Baby Corral – While my sister’s family was visiting, we went to the beach (of course). Hubby and I wanted to create an area for the babies and for those who aren’t a fan of the sand. I’m not trying to brag, but I think we came up with a pretty good idea.

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  • Virus Attack – Shortly after my sister’s family left, our boys got some sort of crazy virus. Our days were filled with managing fevers and cleaning up vomit and diarrhea. Oh the joys of parenthood! There was a lot of tv watching those days.

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  • Pre-Term Complications – Our most recent event was when I ended up in the hospital for pre-term contractions. I’ve had this issue with my past two pregnancies, but it never got this intense. The contractions started Thursday evening, so I did my normal routine for managing them and took a bath with Epsom salts and drank a lot of water. But, this time the contractions continued and got worse. When they started becoming 3 minutes apart and very painful, I told hubby that it was time to go to the hospital. We arranged for a babysitter and rushed to the hospital. I was scared. Baby girl was only 28 weeks. I cried. This wasn’t how things were supposed to happen. The next 24 hours were spent with the doctors trying with futile efforts to stop my contractions. They worsened, despite the medicines used to stop the contractions and despite the IV pain drugs to help relax my body. During that time, it seemed like baby girl was going to be coming. But, thankfully, my cervix never dilated more than a fingertip. I’ve had my babies naturally, and this seriously felt like my labor with Joshua. It was awful. Finally, after a few doses of morphine and a muscle relaxer, my body decided to calm down, and we were able to go home. It was a scary and very exhausting time. I am now on light bed rest (because strict bed rest is unrealistic for a mommy of 3 energetic, little boys and a husband in the Marine Corps). We weren’t out of the hospital for long before I was back in because of a high fever. Turns out I had gotten a virus. Yay fun! (Not!) I guess baby girl is already trying to make an imprint and show her brothers up. I sure will have stories to tell her when she is older! Hoo boy!

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  • Bloggy Friend Visit – Okay, this I am SO excited about! My blog friend,cheap lasik surgery in dubai, over at cheap lasik eye surgery, will be coming to visit THIS weekend! We have been blogging friends for quite some time now, and this will actually be our first time meeting in person. She’ll be staying with us for a few days, and I am beyond excited about meeting her and spending time with her! I just hope I can get the house cleaned up before she gets here. Eeeek! So excited!

I had a few other updates to share. But, since this post has already gotten quite lengthy, I will leave it at that. So, there you have it – a peek into “life lately.”

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“See? He’s doing it again. Babe, I don’t think this is normal.” Trying not to panic, I turned to look at my husband’s face. I watched his brow crease.

“Yeah, I see what you’re talking about now. The other boys didn’t do this.” He held our little Joshua close as Joshua’s tiny body seemed to convulse, while little repetitious squeaking noises pushed past his lips. Everything kept happening in sync. It was so strange.

“I’ll call the nurse line and see what they say.” I grabbed my phone and punched in the numbers for the hospital nurse line.

For weeks I tried to pretend it was normal. I tried to tell myself that it was just normal newborn twitches. But, I couldn’t pretend anymore. Something was wrong with our baby. We watched as his condition seemed to slowly spiral. He had moments when his whole body would go completely rigid, and his face would turn bright red. Other times, his arms and legs would randomly start pumping in sync with each other. When I nursed him, his head would suddenly start thrashing from side to side. For a good moment, I couldn’t get his head to stop thrashing. It was like he couldn’t control it either. Sometimes I would be looking at him, and his eyes would start rapidly moving all over the place. Then there was the random convulsing as his little mouth made this repetitious squeaking noise. On top of all this, he was sleeping . . . a lot. Yes, newborns already sleep a lot. But, our little 5-week old was having only about thirty minutes to an hour of total wake time in a 24-hour period. This was not normal. None of it was normal.

“Sweetie, I’m not a doctor, but I think you need to take your son into the hospital right away. This doesn’t sound right. I’m not going to say it’s seizures, but it sounds a lot like it.”

My heart sunk at the nurse’s words. She confirmed my worried thoughts.

I told my husband what the nurse said. Since it was already nearly midnight and our other boys were asleep, we decided for me to just go to the hospital with Joshua by myself. The whole way there, I tried to keep the panic from rising in my throat and prayed as best as I could.

When I got to the ER of the hospital, I explained what I said to the nurse. Having barely sat down, Joshua and I were whisked to a private room. Immediately, the room exploded with doctors and nurses. After only twenty minutes, I felt like I had told the situation several times over. Pretty soon, they were doing a bunch of blood work and then said that they needed to do a spinal tap on my baby. When the doctor and nurses came in to do the spinal tap, I tried to stay calm but quickly left in a fit of tears. I leaned against the wall as sobs wracked my chest.

God please help me. Please help him.

One of the nurses called me back in. There Joshua lay, fast asleep on the chest of one of the male nurses. They said he did an amazing job but were concerned because he slept through the whole thing. Babies don’t normally sleep through blood work, let alone a spinal tap. I was just so thankful he wasn’t in pain. I gently pulled him back into my arms, and we snuggled peacefully together as the nurses left the room.

It felt like an eternity before one of the doctors came back in. The look on her face spoke volumes. She was very somber and serious. She pulled up a chair and captured my eyes with hers.

“Joshua’s spinal tap results came back. His ammonia and lactate levels are dangerously high. We’re going to contact UNC of Chapel Hill and see what they recommend for us to do. I’m so sorry,” she quietly reported and then quickly exited the room.

I tried to wrap my mind around what she was saying. What did she mean? What is going on? I called for one of the nurses or doctors to come back in and explain to me what the doctor meant. Someone finally came in. Tears streamed down my cheeks.

“I don’t know what the doctor meant. She said things that were above my head. What are ammonia and lactate levels? I don’t understand,” I sobbed.

The head nurse knelt down in front of me and said, “Your baby is very sick. When the ammonia and lactate levels are high like this, it usually indicates that there is a metabolic condition. With his levels as high as they are, it could be fatal. But, we will take very good care of him. We just got word that they will be flying him to UNC on a military helicopter.”

The tears continued to flow. I was exhausted and scared. I immediately grabbed my phone and called Evan. I rapidly explained to him what was going on and that he needed to get to the hospital right away. He quickly arranged for a babysitter for our other boys, packed up a bag, and raced to the hospital.

By the time he arrived, the flight team was already prepping Joshua for the flight. I asked if I would be able to go with him. I initially was told that I wouldn’t be able to, but then the Captain of the helicopter sent word that he wanted the mom on the flight and there was to be no argument about it. Relief washed over me. I didn’t want to be separated from my baby if I could help it. My husband had to drive separately.

I watched as they secured Joshua inside of a big incubator. He had tubes and wires going everywhere. I tried to stay strong, but the tears refused to be held back. We were all then rushed to the landing area, and I was escorted onto the helicopter and buckled into a seat. They handed me a helmet and huge, awkward head gear. I didn’t care. I sat across from the incubator and stared at Joshua’s tiny, still body. Why wouldn’t he wake up? He just seemed so lifeless.

The helicopter jerked as it lifted off the ground. Suddenly, Joshua’s monitors all started going off. (I later found out it was because his IV had come loose, so it threw the monitors off.) I cried and prayed. I didn’t know what else to do. I felt like that’s all I was doing. Crying and praying. Crying and praying. I closed my tired, puffy eyes and exhaustion gripped my body into a restless sleep.

I jolted awake to the touch of a hand on my shoulder. The doctor who came on the flight motioned that we had arrived and that it was time to exit the helicopter. Dazed, I followed the medical team to an ambulance that took us to the hospital. From what I had been told, this was one of the best pediatric hospitals in the Nation. I took solace in that.

Joshua was admitted into the PICU and blood work was drawn again. His levels were still high. In what felt like an eternity of moments, doctors came in and out, asking me to repeat the story over and over again. I was exhausted and just desperately wanted to lie down. Now that Joshua was in good hands, I needed rest but didn’t want to leave him. Unfortunately, his little PICU room didn’t have room for extra people to stay. Pretty soon, Evan arrived and I collapsed into his arms. I was too tired to cry. Too tired to do anything. Just too tired.

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We were given instructions for where we could stay. Since the Ronald McDonald house was too full, we stayed in a hotel close by. Though I was exhausted, I didn’t sleep well. I tossed and turned. I wanted to be with my baby. The next morning, we got a phone call from the hospital saying that they had moved Joshua to a regular room and that his levels were starting to drop. We rushed to the hospital and found our little baby being loved on by nurses. His new room had a pull-out couch where we were able to sleep and a full bathroom. We were relieved to be able to stay with our little boy.

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As I think back over the next few days of that incident, my mind doesn’t recollect much. I think I was just so incredibly weary and emotionally worn. A neurologist came in and had Joshua hooked up to a machine that would check for seizures. The next few days were spent monitoring his brain activity and his lactate/ammonia levels.

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People and churches all over the Country lifted our baby up in prayer. Prayer chains were started. Phone chains ignited. We could feel the prayers. We could sense God’s hand in everything. What happened during those next few days was an absolute miracle! Joshua’s condition speedily got better. His levels lowered back to normal. The seizure-like activity ceased. In a matter of days, he was a perfectly healthy boy!

The metabolic doctor came in to talk to us. (We’ve been told he’s actually the best metabolic doctor in the world!) He seemed bewildered. “I don’t understand. This doesn’t happen. Babies with high levels like that have a metabolic condition that they’re born with. The levels don’t just go down. It’s something they would have for the rest of their lives. This is so strange,” he said.

I cracked a smile and looked knowingly at Evan. “It was God,” I replied.

The doctor shrugged off my comment and then proceeded to try to explain it away. Other doctors and nurses came in, and they all tried to come up with what could have possibly happened, what could possibly explain our son’s miraculous and rapid recovery.

It was God. That’s all we can say. It was God.

I will admit that at the time, I had already been experiencing severe postpartum depression. So, I let doubts slip into my mind. I started to doubt if it really was God. I started to wonder if maybe I had just been an overly paranoid mom. For a long time, I doubted God’s hand in it. But, months after the incident, I couldn’t deny it anymore. All the proof. All the facts. All the events that took place. God’s hand was over it. All of it. God healed our son. I don’t know why He chose to. Maybe it was simply to just demonstrate His power and His glory. But, there’s not denying it. No one can explain it.

IT WAS GOD!

*Joshua is now nearly 16 months old and a very healthy, fun, little boy!*

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You see, I had plans. We had made plans. We were going to be married for a few years before we started thinking about having children. Isn’t it funny how our plans rarely ever match up with God’s? His ways truly are higher than our ways! It’s not that I was against having children. I just wasn’t ready, or at least I thought I wasn’t. Everything that I thought was going to happen didn’t happen the way I thought. I look back and am so incredibly thankful that God decided for our family to start so soon. At the time, I didn’t know how much being pregnant with our oldest son would buy lasix in uk.

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~ Kids love being naked. I don’t get it. I can’t tell you how many times I am having to tell my boys to pull their pants up or stop running around naked! I thought I was going to escape this with our oldest because, for a while, he actually hated not having clothes on. Then, BAM, buy lasix medication online!

Babies have this incessant fascination with toilet paper. Okay, I should have known this one. There are centuries of photos with children sitting in piles of unrolled toilet paper. I guess I thought that my kids would never be curious about that roll of fluffy, soft stuff. HA! They don’t just unravel it, they eat it, stuff the toilet with it, shove it in their pants. Come on, boys! That’s precious money right there! One time, I found Joshua crawling through the house with one end of the toilet paper in a fist and the other end just happily unraveling as he crawled around. He made a delightful little trail throughout the house.

~ Bath time for the kids is bath time for mommy too. They love to splash, splash, splash! I confess, I’ve spent a lot of bath times hiding behind a towel or the shower curtain.

No matter how hard you try to protect them from everything, they will always find something to get in to. Our oldest has been notorious for this. He has caused us quite a few heart attack scares, like buy lasix 500 mg he ran over and touched the muffler of the lawn mower right after I finished mowing. Gah!

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~ Mommy wars are real. Oh my goodness! This is something I was not prepared for AT ALL! I’m so thankful that society seems to be turning the corner as far as mothers not being so judgmental of each other goes. But, man, I never knew there were so many conflicting thoughts and opinions out there. Motherhood is stressful enough. Let’s not make it more difficult by throwing snide comments at each other.

The truth behind the shoulder fold-overs on onesies. Okay, WHY did I not know this with the first two kids?!! Whose been hiding the secrets?! I always thought the shoulder fold-overs were just for decoration. Nope! It’s so that if your baby has a blowout, you can fold those little things back and pull the onesie down instead of up over his head. Whoever came up with that idea was a GENIUS! I just wish I had known this little trick so much sooner. If you knew this long before having kids, shhhh, don’t tell me!

Grocery shopping would become a dreaded nightmare. I long and dream for the days when I can go grocery shopping all. by. myself. Alas, that doesn’t happen much. So, I’ve had to learn how to buy lasix paypal.

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Eating a whole meal would become a treat. Either my meals are interrupted by poopy diaper changes or my kids are wanting to eat what’s on my plate. I don’t mind it, but I sure am in awe when I look at an empty plate and know that I ate it all by myself!

Motherhood is so rewarding. I think this is the biggest lesson I’ve been learning more and more each day. I never knew a heart could love so much and arms could be so full. Yes, there are many difficult days when I just want to cry. But, the good moments always always always outweigh the bad. My heart is full! I am so thankful!

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Happy Mother’s Day to all you beautiful mothers out there! Even if your babies are not in your arms, they are still in your hearts. You are still mothers. <3

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Evan: tea parties with crumpets (I definitely did not expect this response, but it certainly melted my heart!)


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Me: Thoughts on future boyfriends?

Evan: (trying to stay calm) I don’t want to answer that question because no one will be good enough, and I’ll want to throttle them all . . . with my fingers. (Lol! No boyfriend stands a chance.)


Me: What is your biggest wish for our daughter?

Evan: That she’ll be saved (accept Christ). (Yep, I cried. This is our biggest wish for all our children.)

 

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I’ve been facing a recent dilemma. I can’t eat raw cookie dough because I’m pregnant. (Technically, I shouldn’t ever eat it.) But, this little girl has been making me crave two things lately: sweets and cookie dough. Gah! I did find a very yummy egg-less cookie dough recipe, but I wanted something that was a little healthier and wouldn’t be too hard on my stomach. Gluten seems to mess with me a little.

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