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    Blogger Cookie Exchange Week

    ‘Tis the season…to start to plan what yummy goodies you are handing out for the holidays! One of my FAVORITE parts about Christmas are the cookie exchanges that take place! I love to see all the yummy homemade recipes people create and I also love to sample them! Cookies are a good way to make …
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