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judydianne

Joined 7 years ago from Palm Harbor, FL

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I am originally from Columbus, Ohio and now reside in Palm Harbor, FL.

You will often find me cooking or playing music, not at the same time. (I play  french horn, trumpet and piano).

A lot of my recipes come from the Midwest and are handed down from my grandmothers, mother and aunts. I have adapted them, in some instances, to make them healthier but sometimes, you just need some comfort food.

If you have any requests for a recipe, I will do my best to find it for you. I have quite a collection! If I don't have it, I'll create it!

I love weddings, (I am a certified bridal consultant).

Sewing is another thing I love to do, including costuming  and needlework. Check out my little shop at www.judydianneflorals.etsy.com. 

I am an avid reader (love mysteries). Harlan Coben is my favorite mystery writer. My sons got me a Kindle for my birthday and I love it!!!

Hope to hear from you soon!

 

 

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