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  1. 4/24/2014
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    Someone’s cutting some onions in here… you are so awesome to have picked me and I am so lucky to have met you and Michelle last year at BBC. I love how we all have joined forces and I can’t wait to see you again!! Thank you for this post – I truly am moved by it :) And I am trying that sangria recipe probably this weekend!!

    • 4/24/2014
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      I love it too, I didn’t even go into some of the blogging stuff I wanted to, I was getting a little long winded. Thank you again for doing this. It was lots of fun and I’m going to ask my husband to get on making that chicken, it sounds amazing.

  2. 4/24/2014
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    I much prefer white sangria to red so thanks for the recipe. A taste of spring is most certainly needed – although the weather to go with it would be nice!

    • 4/24/2014
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      I enjoy white sangria too, especially if it’s not too sweet. We do need some warmth, what’s with the wind and the cold?!?

  3. April Mirabito
    4/24/2014
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    First off, it speaks VOLUMES for Anew wines that you actually finished my glass. A few of you might know this about Stephanie, but she does NOT like to share glasses or food utensils with anyone, so the fact that you finished my wine means it’s a keeper!! Secondly, too bad Kristin doesn’t live closer, I think we could totally hang with her! Loved the story about Universal, will definitely check out her Parenting from 10-20 (cause that’s where I am now!!) and I also can’t wait until you get Greg to cook that chicken. I’m inviting myself over!!

    • 4/24/2014
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      So much about this made me laugh out loud. You are right, if I didn’t like it I wouldn’t have been jumping on your glass before you were even “out tha doe” and I think we would totally hang with Kristen – at Michelle’s pool. That would just be a little day in paradise.

  4. So excited for that Sangria recipe…you know I am always looking for something for summer evenings! And Kristen…I have to hand it to you. That is some story. I have stopped the car before but no one has ever gotten out. I am still laughing thinking about it. And your fried chicken recipe…I think I have to try that too. My oldest loves fried chicken! And I never make it. Yours sounds pretty amazing!

    • 4/24/2014
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      I know, and I really, truly, one day will be bringing cocktails to your house to drink. So sorry it wasn’t today – random bad events – although I know we both could have used it.

  5. 4/24/2014
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    Totally pinning that Sangria recipe and you know you didn’t have to twist my arm for Anew Wine or any wine for that matter!! :)

    • 4/24/2014
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      Oh good! And it was good – I was nervous, but I had no reason to be. Maybe we should start seeking out other wine companies…

  6. anotherjennifer
    4/24/2014
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    I have a feeling I’ll have a story about stopping a car one day too. Not looking forward to that. Sounds like you handled it well though, Kristen. And now I want some wine….

    • 4/24/2014
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      If we actually all make this get together happen in August – we are so doing wine.

  7. I was at CityWalk recently and tempted to let Scarlet out of the car. Drat – she’s only four! I can see myself doing that.
    And I’m with you, Stephanie – spring. I have never wanted it more than I do right now. I know it’s here but I’m still waiting for it to warm up. Brrr..

    • 4/24/2014
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      Ha ha, I’m gonna go with “she’s a little young” to be kicked to the curb but if you are thinking it already I cannot wait to read the teen story sure to follow.

      And I’m totally with you about the weather. WTHeck, we turned on the heat this AM. I’ve been in a sweatshirt and “softest socks in the world” all day. Crazy.

  8. themomcafe
    4/25/2014
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    Stephanie you are ROCKIN’ THIS GIG!!! I love your interview questions with Kristen!!! And I could picture her entire meltdown scene as she described it… oh Lord, do I dread those!!! Thank you, my friend. For you amazing SUPPORT!!

    • 4/25/2014
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      Thanks Chris. I could totally see that meltdown, too!

      It is my pleasure to support you guys, it’s been fun for sure.

  9. 4/25/2014
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    You really are awesome! Thank you so much for your continued support of the MOAM ladies. And that recipe… OH YEAH!!!!

    • 4/25/2014
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      Thanks Crystal! I appreciate it – thanks for stopping by.

  10. 4/25/2014
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    Stopping by from LOBS. I’m really glad to find your blog. That Sangria looks so good! It hasn’t been very springlike here but it has to get better eventually! Have a great weekend.

  11. 4/25/2014
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    Making sangria with Anew Riesling is brilliant! I loved it by itself, and I’m definitely going to try that recipe this summer! My daughter is turning 10 in November, so I’m also going to need Kristen’s Ten to Twenty Parenting. ;)

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