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Walkie and I made the current issue of Durham Magazine, our local publication about all of the wonderful things happening in this awesome city. Check our their website and blog if you're interested in learning more about the city of medicine.

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Photo credit: Matt Dees, Durham Magazine

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  1. That's awesome! The picture is too cute. Have a great day! xoxo.

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  2. How exciting!!! Durham has some great places to visit and things to do! I'll have to say we visit one of them most every Sunday....COSTCO!!! lol

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  3. Cute picture! I like how they identified you as 'blogger'.

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  4. That's neat! The picture is a great!Durham isn't too far from me and have only been there for a few times, mainly restaurants, the mall, and well Duke hospital. You are making me want to explore the city!

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  5. I love this! How great! And I didn't realize (or had forgotten) that you are in Durham. I live in Raleigh now and went to Duke for undergrad and law school so I really like Durham.

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  6. Great magazine and a Great city! For those who try to put it down--- shame on you.
    Have you ever really been there? Keep up the good work Wendy! xo

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  7. Well look at you!!! That picture couldn't be any cuter!

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  8. Oh my gosh look at you so exciting to see yourself in print! I love iT!

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