Weekend Notes [1]

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I wish I could say this weekend was a terribly exciting weekend. I wish I could tell you I did something much more interesting than almost checking off the entirety of my to do list (you best believe I have one for my downtime) and figuring out I have an excellent credit score. But I didn’t. I did half a windsurfing lesson, went on a little five mile hike around the reservoir, and did so much procrastibaking it’s not even funny. That said, if anyone is in the market for an orange and sour cream pound cake with chocolate chips, I know a girl that can hook you up.

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