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Viva la Feminista is a whole hand!

WOWZERS! I can't believe it's already been five years since I opened this blog.

I seriously do not even know where to start. So much has happened since this baby opened. So many new books read, honors, opportunities, but seriously, it is all about the people I have met through my writing here.

Thank you to everyone who has continued to check in here despite me neglecting it during my return to graduate school.

And to celebrate VLF's anniversary, I've spiffed her up with a new template (so if you're reading this elsewhere, you might want to click over). Not everything is perfect yet, but some things had to wait until I hit the switch.

I'm planning a few surprises for the rest of the summer...before I have to hit the books again. And don't forget to keep up with Summer of Feminista. Tomorrow's post is excellent!

Here's to another five years!

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