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OMG congrats girl!! I just saw the news! You're awesome!! How cool! I wish I could go but I don't have anymore time off :(

You are awesome! Proud of ya, Quelly-Quel!

Congratulations on being an ambassador for Blogalicious. I will be attending the conference also and cannot wait. The networking and education should be awesome. I love ATL!
I hope to get a chance to meet you.
Keep me posted

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