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weekly wrap up + brooklyn flea

by Grace Bonney

it’s been a nutty week here at d*s- the first half of the week was spent in sunny los angeles and still feels like a dream. i got to see so many incredible places and meet so many fantastic people- i just want to thank everyone again who came out to the biz ladies meetup- it was such a treat to meet so many talented women. also, if you attended the biz ladies meetup and would like a free listing on delightfulblogs, just click here and indicate that you attended the meetup this week (skip the paypal payment)- lynda at delightful blogs offered a free listing to those who attended the meetup and have been blogging for at least three months. in other news, there’s another brooklyn flea this weekend so i hope to see you all there! the vendors will be fantastic and i’ll be there enjoying mini-cupcakes in the d*s collective section. hope to see you in ft. greene! until then, here’s a summary of this week’s highlights [images above and below by molly at chairloom]:

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