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Hello!

I love all you creative folks and I am really discovering my love for making beautiful memory journals. I never realized how addicting it can be to create with paper. I have more time now to devote to paper crafting, since I am done with my online college studies.

At 56 years young, I have just earned my Bachelor's of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Health Psychology. I cannot wait to begin work as a case manager at a mental health facility.

I have loved this site for years and years. I always go here to find answers or just to read. The reason I love this site is that it is so real and helpful.

Now that I have am through with college, I will be on here more. Love to all and I love reading all your posts and stories.

---Robyn

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