Friday, December 30, 2011

Friday Flashback

I cannot believe this will be the last post of 2011! I Look Good Today has sure come a long way since her first post in April. I can't thank you all enough for checking in each day and sharing my interests, my challenges and my successes! Your readership, comments and friendship means SO MUCH! I am humbled by all of your support and I can’t wait to see what 2012 will bring.

Instead of featuring what made me happy throughout this one week, I thought it might be nice to revisit some of the highlights of the year. . .best told through pictures of course!!!

{Going to dinner at the Island Way Grill, where we shot our Dolphin Tale movie scene.}
{Cheering on the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.}
{At the premier of Dolphin Tale with my wonder hubby.}
{Dinner at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville.}
{A hug and I love you from one of my favorite patients.}
{Date night!}
{Supporting the Leigh Dittman Charity Event.}
{Spending time with my BFF.}
{Meeting players from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at a hospital event.}
{Being asked to be on-camera talent for a Walt Disney World video shoot.}
{Being asked to be on-camera talent for a Universal Studios commercial.}

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Looking Ahead to 2012

"It's suspended there to remind us before we pop the champagne and celebrate the new year, to stop and reflect on the year that has gone by. To remember both our triumphs and our missteps, our promises made and broken. The times we opened ourselves up to great adventures or closed ourselves down for fear of getting hurt because that is what new years is all about - getting another chance. A chance to forgive, to do better, to do more, to give more, to love more. And stop worrying about what if and start embracing what would be. So when that ball drops at midnight, and it will drop, let's remember to be nice to each other, kind to each other. And not just tonight but all year long." - Hillary Swank, New Year's Eve

Last week I went to see New Year's Eve with my mother. As soon as I saw the previews I knew it was going to be my type of movie, but I honestly didn't know if I would love it as much as I did. Watching the story unfold, it made me think of my own life and what I wanted for the new year.

I am really bad about making and keeping resolutions. I hate to simply go with the staple resolutions like, "I want to live a healthier lifestyle," or "I want to be a better person." Well no kidding. Shouldn't we be striving for those types of things anyway?

In 2012, I truly do hope for change in myself. I just don't know what exactly that change is going to be. Remember the post I wrote about not fully ever feeling grown up when you have a physical disability such as mine because people are always helping you with your day to day needs (If you missed it, you can check it out here.)?

Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining that I can still connect to my younger self, however, with 34 right around the bend, it is time to embrace my more adult self; but how? It isn't like I am not mature, and believe me, I have no problem handling the world and my responsibilities, but I just have this nagging, almost empty feeling that I have not reached full adulthood, and it sucks!

So, in an attempt to fill that desire, here are a few resolutions I have picked for myself for 2012:

1) Even though it may be easier for someone else to do a task I am capable of; take the extra time and work through it as much on my own as possible. . .it will get easier!

2) Going along with number one. . .don't be so quick to let people do for me what I can do myself.

3) Reach the goal of mastering at least five different physical abilities I couldn't do at the beginning of the year. . .this means starting a physical therapy plan and sticking to it!

In addition, I have come up with a few more resolutions that are a bit more "wish list" related:

1) Majorly update my wardrobe; I'm tired of looking at so many of the same clothes.

2) Reach at least 300 signed up followers for I Look Good Today.

3) Get a new "convertible" (i.e. wheelchair). Momma needs a new ride!

So what are some of your New Year's resolutions friends?

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Sassy Sequins

Happy Wednesday Gorgeous! I cannot believe in just a few days we will be saying goodbye to 2011 and waving a big hello to 2012. With the big New Year's Eve ball drop right around the corner, your wardrobe calls for something a bit more sparkly.

Here are just a few sassy sequined dresses that I think are worthy to ring in the New Year!

{Aidan Mattox Sequined Mesh Sheath Dress - Nordstrom}

{BCBG Geometric Sheath Dress - Macy's}
{Lipsy Sequin One Shoulder Cut Out Dress - ASOS}
{ABS Sequined Tank Dress - Saks Fifth Avenue}

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

A Very Merry Christmas Indeed

I think the theme of this Christmas was truly how blessed our family is. . .and what a lucky girl I am! What a wonderful time we had together telling stories of years gone by, enjoying homemade feasts, evening walks and making new memories to reflect on for years to come.

I must have been a very good girl this year because so many of my Christmas wish list items came true. I don't want to give too much away as you'll be seeing some things in some upcoming fashion posts. Here are a few that I found under the tree.

{A gorgeous heart necklace made from nail polish! Can you believe it? You have to check out GingerKittyDesigns on Etsy. Her work is so unique. I had been eying thing necklace for quite some time and was thrilled to open it Christmas morning!}

{This is Peanut (So my hubby has named him). I had seen him in Cracker Barrel the last time we had dinner there. In addition to being just a cute little guy, he is an aroma microwavable body warmer. I'm usually cold at night, bundled under many blankets, so when we saw this little guy that you heat up for about a minute in the microwave and snuggle up to him, I had to have him. My hubby kept telling me that maybe I would get a lap dog to keep me warm this year. I never dreamed this is what he was referring to, but I'm so glad he got him for me!}

{You know me and my love of perfumes. Because my hubby says I am a bombshell, he thought this perfume from Victoria Secret was fitting. . .plus he loves the smell. This vanilla orchid and purple passion fruit scent was made for big nights out when you want to get your flirt on.}

{A gift that I look forward to each and every year. . .a Sephora gift card! I always feel a weird sense of empowerment entering the store with this little baby in my purse!}

P.S. I apologize for the delay in posts last week and this week, not being available until much later in the day. As you know, I'm on vacation from work, and although I am back at home now, my time is not spent very much in front of my laptop. As we start the new year I promise the posts will return to their regularly scheduled programming schedule so you can start your day with your favorite dose of I Look Good Today.

P.S.S. I Look Good Today now has her own Facebook page. Because I know you just can't get enough of I Look Good Today, you can now follow me here.

Monday, December 26, 2011

What's Your 2012 Color?

For spring 2012 designers are inspired by diverse influences, showcasing a range of styles and lifestyles, from free and playful and light and breezy, to contemporary classics. Colors likewise reflect these differing moods, encapsulating vivid brights, soft muted tones and fun-loving pastels.

As we look to 2012 for renewed energy, optimism and the promise of a brighter day; color can help you alter a mood and provide the vitality and enthusiasm that enables you to experiment with new looks and color combinations.

So what are the hot color trends for 2012? Will you gravitate to an old friend that you are comfortable wearing, or with this new year, will you venture out to new fashion territory?

Provocative Tangerine Tango, an enticing juicy orange, is a vivacious and appealing refresher to enliven anyone's outlook this spring. Providing a jolt of energy, Solar Power radiates warmth and cheer.

Fanciful Bellflower, a distinct ornamental purple, exudes uniqueness and creativity. Scintillating and sexy, Cabaret is a sensual and intense rosy-red — an excellent choice for summer clothing and cosmetics.

Sodalite Blue, a classic maritime hue, brings order and calmness to mind. Like an anchor to a ship, this dependable shade works with every color in the palette. Cockatoo, a tactile blue-green, is sure to make your spirits soar. This unusual hue adds a whimsical touch to the palette and will surely make a statement this spring.

Margarita, a piquant yellow-green, lifts spirits with its refreshing and stimulating glow. Reminiscent of a blossoming garden on an early spring morning, fragrant Sweet Lilac evokes the fresh scents of summer. This delicate pinkish lilac adds a touch of romance to any wardrobe.

Natural versatile neutrals add practicality to this season's brights. Driftwood, an adaptable blend of beige and gray with a slightly weathered feel, and Starfish, a perfect warm summer neutral, complement all colors featured in this season's top 10.

For an ultra-bold vibrant look this spring, try mixing Bellflower with Tangerine Tango and Cabaret. Combine Margarita with Sweet Lilac and Cockatoo for a subtle alternative, or combine Margarita with Sweet Lilac and Driftwood for a more practical variation. Solar Power is best juxtaposed with Sodalite Blue. For a safer bet, add a natural neutral like Starfish to the mix.

These colors were provided by Pantone, the global authority on color for over 18 years, has surveyed the designers of New York Fashion Week and beyond to bring you the season's most important color trends. 

So what do you think? What's your favorite color for 2012?

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas Friends!

Wishing all of my wonderful followers who make this blog such a blessing to me a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! YOU are the best gift this girl could ask for. Thank you all for your sweet comments, your support and friendship! I hope you enjoy this special day with those who are most special to you!


Friday, December 23, 2011

Friday Flashback

{Mom and I spent an afternoon going to see New Year's Eve. With such a wonderful cast of characters, this movie is definitely added to my holiday favorites list!}
Ahhh vacation how I've missed you. This week has been spent doing nothing but relaxing. I've had dinner out with some old friends, watched some movies, enjoyed time with family and most of all, just enjoyed some down time to do whatever I want. Later today my sweet hubby will join me for the holidays and I am absolute ecstatic to see him.

Whatever holiday you celebrate, I do hope you have a blessed one!

{It isn't the holidays in an Italian home without making pizzelles!}

{Catching up on the season finale of Dexter. Another jaw dropping finale. Not sure how Dexter will get out of this one.}

{The beautifully decorated fireplace at my parent's house.}

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Holiday Traditions

With Christmas just three days away I have become nostalgic in regards to holiday traditions. These little details add that something special to the holidays and it is so fun recreating and creating new traditions each and every year. My hubby will be joining me tomorrow to kick off the festivities and I am simply giddy thinking about what is in store!

- Getting dressed up for Christmas Eve and having my dad's homemade spaghetti (He actually makes the noodles, sauce and meatballs).

- Going Christmas light looking with my hubby on Christmas Eve evening.

- Watching A Christmas Story on TV (But never seeming to catch the whole thing.).

- Tracking Santa's trip around the world on Norad Tracks Santa.

- Leaving milk, cookies and a few carrots out on the mantle for Santa and his reindeer. . .and waking up the next morning to only find crumbs left behind.

- Opening gifts in our PJs that were left under the tree and in our stalkings while having Christmas music playing in the background.

- Getting dressed up again for Christmas dinner and enjoying the evening with friends and family.

What are some of your favorite holiday traditions?

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

It is no surprise to you now (If you follow my blog.) that I am on a two week vacation from work. What you don't know is about half of that time is away from my hubby. I left our home Saturday morning to travel two hours south to visit with my parents. He has to work this week, so I am down here having some one-on-one time with my parents. Hubby will join me on Friday after he is finished with work.

As my vacation away approached my excitement level rose, for many reasons. The biggest reason was just needing a break from work. I hadn't had a true vacation all year long. I hate to admit it, but the next reason I was so excited was just time away by myself. Is that horrible? Am I a terrible wife?

The one thing you have to understand is that I get NO alone time (Or very minimal at best.). Because of my disability, my hubby has to help me get dressed, drives me to and from work (Or anywhere else I need to go.), we're home most of the time together, etc. Unless I'm at work, which is not really "alone time" or he happens to go out for a bit and I'm home alone, I'm always with someone and after a year of that, I long for some me time.

So, I arrived here Saturday and yes, my parents are of course around as well, but when they go to work, I have the day to myself to relax and enjoy. HEAVEN!

The first day I was happy to have that peace of just being away, but I found my mind drifting to thoughts of my wonderful hubby. I wondered what he's up to. I wondered if he's thinking and missing me too. . .

I talk to him multiple times throughout the day, and 99% of those times is him calling me, so I know that he is missing me, which of course makes me feel good.

It is amazing to me how quickly you can go from feeling like you just want to be away from everyone and how equally quickly you can revert to missing what you were trying to have that break from.

I can't tell you how excited I am for my hubby to join me this Friday. To see his smiling face, to get another sweet kiss, to feel such safety when he holds me in his arms. . .I am truly one lucky girl!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

God Bless These Little Legs

Hello Friend! You know how you meet a person and you just think to yourself. . .Wow! Now that is an incredible individual. They are just the whole package. They're nice, they're sincere, they're caring, they're smart, they're ambitious. . .and it keeps going from there. Well that is my friend Tyler.

Tyler and I met seven years ago. I had just started my PR role that I am still in today and he was a volunteer at the hospital. Come to find out we both were patients at this hospital (at the same time no less), so we very well may have known each other in our early adolescent years.

What you have to understand is Tyler was born with a disability called Cerebral Palsy, and like me, Tyler has never let anyone stand in his way of reaching his goals. The road to his success to becoming an MD has been nothing short of bumpy, but with each step came a new blessing.

Tyler has always been one of those people that inspires you, just by being in his presence. He is a man of faith and walks this journey with the mindset that, "When man says no, God says yes." (One of my favorite Tyler quotes!)

This year Tyler and his mother Lisa partnered together with contributing editor Kelly White to share the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Tyler's life and what it was like to raise a child with special needs.

Cerebral Palsy. A difficult diagnosis for his parents to hear, but an even more difficult diagnosis to live. Tyler and his mother, Lisa, have used their diaries, of the last 20 years, to walk the reader through the process of what it means to face the day to day difficulties in life and move forward. Experience the answers to prayer and the blessings received as Tyler and his whole family worked through the process of turning the “Society” labeled disability into an example of how Gods promises are true in everyone’s life. “God Bless these little legs” is a true story that shows us an example of how to persevere through the difficult times in anticipation of the celebration of Gods grace and mercy, however it is demonstrated. Regardless of your circumstances.

If you are looking for a new book to add to your reading list, “God Bless These Little Legs” is one that will leave you humbled and inspired of just how far you can go with determination, love and faith to guide you. You don't have to have a physical disability to know what it is like to face obstacles in your life. I guarantee you that this book will leave you energized to take on whatever you are facing with a new and optimistic outlook. Hey, who can't use a little encouragement in their lives?

To order your copy visit, Amazon, itunes and all other e book platforms.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Miss Moneypenny

Happy Monday Gorgeous. I'm sorry for the late post. Today officially started my two week vacation and I lazily slept in until 10, took my shower and am just now finding my way to the computer. Oh vacation how I have missed you!

As the new year is right around the corner I seem to always look at replacing things like make-up bags, wallets and other little incidentals that help keep me organized.

When it comes to wallets, I tend to gravitate to those that are a little larger, even more clutch-like as carrying a full sized purse can often be a hassle with my wheelchair. I can simply slip the clutch beside me and keep my hands free to drive my chair.

Here are a few pieces that I wouldn't mind adding to my collection in the new year.

{Suri Studded Wallet - Handbag Heaven}
{Spot Me Some Change Purse - Modcloth}
{Delaney Leopard Wallet - Handbag Heaven}

    P.S. The winners of the Felt & Wire Shop Giveaway are Hilljo, vegAnn & Peety Draws. Congrats! I'll be in touch with the details of your new notebook!!!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Friday Flashback

{Every Christmas I love taking the Victorian Christmas stroll while sipping spiced cider through the Henry B Plant Museum. Beneath towering silver minarets, an extravagantly adorned former Tampa Bay Hotel captures the spirit of the season – Victorian style.  There are 14 exhibit rooms; each dazzling with trimmed trees uniquely designed in 19th century themes and antique holiday accessories. While strolling down the Grand Hallway, your spirits will soar as you become immersed in carolers singing, Charles Dickens, much loved toys, wrapped gifts, Christmas stockings and a chance to meet Old Saint Nick.}
Hi Friends! This has been one of those weeks. It started off Monday when I went for my first ever dermatologist appointment and had to have a suspicious mole on the sole of my foot cut out. As I anxiously await the results from the biopsy, I am left with a gaping hole that needs to heal that at times sends me through the roof in pain. These are the times I'm thankful I don't walk so I don't need to put much pressure on it. The rest of the week consisted of signing and mailing our Christmas cards, finishing up Christmas shopping and wrapping up everything at work since today is my last day in the office until January 3. I cannot wait to have some much needed down time to enjoy all the holiday traditions that make this time of year so very special. I hope everyone has a very festive weekend!

P.S. Time is ticking away for your chance at one of three designer notebooks from the Felt & Wire Shop giveaway. Enter here. Don't let your chance to snag one pass you by.

{The holiday's are all about traditions. When my hubby was a child, one of his favorite books was Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree by Robert Barry. It had been destroyed when he was younger in a leak they had in their Attic. Last year I bought this for him as one of his Christmas gifts. His eyes lit up with excitement as he saw this once treasured item again. This year it sits proudly on our coffee table by the Christmas tree and we have made it a point to snuggle on the couch and read it together. So sweet!}

{Can you believe this is entire made of ice? Every last bit of it. Two million pounds of ice are carved into holiday-themed creations that sit inside a cooler-like giant "tent", maintained at nine degrees at the Gaylord Orlando Hotel's Ice exhibit. It is absolutely spectacular to see!} 

{I was never in to eggnog growing up. My hubby re-introduced this holiday classic to me with a hint of rum splashed in, and now, I think my mind has changed.}

{I would love to add these Miu Miu glitter flats to my wardrobe, but at their mere $500 price tag, they will have to stay on my Christmas wish list for when I'm famous someday.}

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Gingerbread Cookies

Growing up, I always loved gingerbread cookies. I loved the spicy taste of the cookie, but even more, I loved decorating each one individually. I'd make one as a boy and one as a girl, with different colored hair, and of course the cutest outfits! It was just so fun to be creative with these tasty treats.

While surfing online I found this recipe. Not only was it quick and easy, the finished product is delicious. Such a festive treat for the holidays I just had to share it with you as I'm sure you will enjoy it as much as I did!


  • 1/2 cup shortening
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 3 1/4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 3/4 cup molasses
  • 1/4 cup water


  1. Cream shortening and sugar. Sift flour with salt, soda and spices. Blend flour mixture into creamed mixture alternately with molasses and water. Chill at least 1 hour.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C).
  3. Roll dough to 1/4 inch thick. Cut with large 6-8 inch gingerbread men cookie cutters. Lift onto lightly greased cookie sheet with broad spatula.
  4. Bake above oven center for about 12 minutes or until cookies spring back lightly in center. Do not overcook, they won't stay soft. Remove from sheets. Cool on wire racks. Makes 10 men 6-8 inches tall.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree

Hello Lovelies! Can you believe there are only 12 days until Christmas?! Just thinking of it makes me want to break into song.

"On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me. . ."

Don't worry, I will spare you the agony of going through the entire song. There are so many great Christmas CDs, or albums as I still call them (Showing my age. . .YIKES), that my office, my home, my car are constantly filled with my favorite holiday melodies.

I usually bust out the Christmas CDs around Thanksgiving and they don't get put away until the new year. Through the years I have collected quite a few different CDs, but there are a few that continually find their way into my CD player.

What are some of your holiday favorites? I'm always looking for something new to change up my play list.

{Ho ho ho and a bottle of rum, Santa's gone off to the Caribbean. Jimmy Buffett's "Christmas Island" is essential for getting into the tropical Christmas mood!}

{I've had this CD since middle school, but it remains one of my all time favorites!}

{Although the Carpenters were a hit long before I was born and their Christmas album came out the year I was born, it was a Christmas music staple in our house growing up. It just doesn't seem like Christmas until I hear Karen Carpenter's voice singing Merry Christmas Darling.}

{Jewel's angelic voice is truly captured in this CD of Christmas classics!}
{I would not be a true Glee fan if I didn't have their Christmas CD. As soon as it hit shelves last year I had to have it. I love their version of Island of Misfit Toys! This season another Glee Christmas CD hit the shelves. I haven't gotten it yet, but it will be mine!}

{My hubby and I are huge Harry Connick Jr. fans. His sultry jazz filled voice is all I need to get into the holiday spirit!}
P.S. Don't forget to enter to win the Felt & Wire giveaway. You have until Sunday, Dec 18 to enter.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Model in a Bottle

Back in May I reviewed Kat Von D's Lock n' Load at Sephora. My review of this product still stands true that your make-up will look fresh throughout your day. However, I have recently tried a different make-up setting spray that I actually like better.

My dilemma, which I know is pretty unique to me, is that when my hubby or friend would help me transfer from my wheelchair and my cheek would brush against their chest/shoulder, even with Lock n' Load a faint tint of my make-up would be left behind, which is very frustrating.

You may not need to be lifted like I do, but when you are snuggled up close to the one you love or you are changing your clothes, you want your make-up to stay put.

I decided I would try Model in a Bottle (I won't lie, I like the name).

With the very first use I could tell a difference, simple with how my face felt. I have regular to oily skin, so that doesn't help my make-up stay on when in the middle of my day, my nose is a bit oily and I see that even a tissue will take some foundation along with it.

This new skin sensitive formula contains hydro essential oils of lavender and aloe Vera. The combination of these two ingredients adds moisture to the skin and helps control inflammation. Model in a Bottle was specifically designed for women with drier and more sensitive skin and those with rosacea and allergies. The thing I loved about this, is although the product mentions it is for drier skin, it's matte finish keeps my oily skin at bay.

Like the original formula Model in a Bottle, the newer version is resistant to smudging, tears, humidity, and water. Simply apply your makeup as usual, allowing your mascara to dry completely. Spray a few sprays of this ground breaking product and your foundation and eye makeup will stay in place all day and night. When you are ready to take your make-up off at night, simply wash with warm water and your cleanser.

Model in a Bottle should be in every girl's make-up bag! Another product I don't know how I'd live without!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Giveaway from Felt & Wire

Good morning beautiful! Last week I Look Good Today partnered with her first sponsor, Felt & Wire Shop. I have been a long time fan of their shop, so I was elated when they wanted to connect with me and more importantly, all of you!

I don't know about you, I am the type of girl that loves creativity. I love personalized and designer note cards, journals, stationary. . .basically anything that makes my desk and what comes from it a reflection of me.

Felt & Wire Shop is a curated marketplace of designer papergoods. Whether you’re looking for a unique gift or elegant note cards, you’ll find everything from beautifully crafted letterpress cards and thank you notes to engraved social stationery. There’s also unique holiday gift wrap, handmade journals, and sketch books. Felt & Wire Shop is also a great source for limited edition posters, prints and artists books that you won’t find anywhere else. The Felt & Wire collective is made up of designers, printers, bookbinders, and artists. We’re always looking for spirited new work with a fresh sensibility.

I attend a lot of event planning meetings in my PR role. There is no way that I would ever be able to keep all the details for each event clear in my head, so you will always find me with a notebook in hand so I can capture those important details on paper so I don't forget them by the time I get back to my desk. . .which may be hours later. Felt & Wire Shop has a number of notebooks ranging from the very girlie, like this eco friendly pageant notebook and this handmade fashion illustration notebook, to this fun and edgy Oh Hell No notebook where optimists be damned.

Felt & Wire Shop has a great program going on called the Feedback Loop project. Long nourished by the design and print community, Mohawk is pleased to share a project that allows Felt & Wire Shop to give back by using their beautiful new Loop paper as a catalyst for change. The Feedback Loop Notebook project will allow 25 letterpress designer/printers to combine their creativity and production skills with our paper and selling platform to generate a significant donation to a worthy cause. In exchange for free Loop paper, they asked letterpress designer/printers to deliver 50 notebooks of their creation to be sold on Felt and Wire Shop. All proceeds will go to Design Ignites Change to support its youth mentorship program School: by Design.

100% of the proceeds from the Feedback Loop Notebook project support School: by Design, the youth mentoring initiative by Design Ignites Change and Designers Accord that asks high school students — in collaboration with their college or professional design mentors — to “redesign your school.” A $10,000 award will be granted to the high school with the most innovative project to implement their idea. Notebooks are available at Felt & Wire Shop .

Are you ready for this? Felt & Wire Shop is offering a notebook to not one, not two, but three lucky I Look Good Today Followers!

Want to win?? Here's how to enter (required):

Publicly follow I Look Good Today via Google Friend Connect (see sidebar to follow) and let me know that you did in the comment section! Then visit Felt & Wire Shop. Look at the incredible designer papergoods and comment on this post with your favorite item/s. Be sure to include your email address so I can contact you if you win!

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