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Pawlished Mobile Grooming Northwest Louisiana's Premier Mobile Dog Grooming Salon, servicing Benton & N. Bossier at your door. Watch for an update!
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Happy New Year!  I am looking forward to another year of pampering your sweet four legged family members!  Show them off...
01/01/2024

Happy New Year! I am looking forward to another year of pampering your sweet four legged family members! Show them off below!

💯.  It was just shared with me that Walmart is now offering grooming services.  Groomers everywhere are mortified becaus...
16/10/2023

💯. It was just shared with me that Walmart is now offering grooming services. Groomers everywhere are mortified because their prices are so low and if you do the math for how long the services take the groomer to perform them, they are making only about $56 a day. A day! So they can only fit in two giant dogs. At the price Walmart is charging and with their commission, hourly would be about $7. Tell me why it's ok for a Cashier or someone stocking shelves to make almost double that? Your groomers are skilled professionals who put so much into their trade to ensure the proper safety, handling, medical training and breed profiles of hundreds of breeds to offer you the best of their ability in the cleanest, safest and most luxurious environment they can. We put money into our buildings our vans, our home salons, our tools, accessories and products, our continued education and classes to learn the latest and greatest. If mobile, our insurance rates, fuel, our time on the road or at one stop catering to pets with special needs, anxiety and behavior issues, dryer seizures and those who need extra time or attention and care.

But wait .. I checked and a small dog bath and basic trim is $56. That includes a good bit .. but it's $8 more to file nails. (I include that). It's $8 more for a**l glands (yup, I include that) and $18 more for a de-shed. (You guessed it .. my amazing process and bathing system and tools take care of that too. No reason to upcharge). Finally, it's $10 more for extra brushing, beyond 15 min. (Whelp .. yep. I brush and comb and brush and take a fine tooth comb through each and every one of my clients .. for no extra charge). And .. you also get more than a "basic trim" depending on breed. So that is now $100 to get your dog to Walmart for their beauty visit. I know some of the big box stores charge more for things like a high quality shampoo and even to use a conditioner. Want your dog done one on one? Okay, that's more too and they have certain times for that.

Suddenly my mobile price doesn't look that bad, huh? Especially considering my State of the Art mobile salon comes to your doorstep. Hello, have you seen the gas prices? Yeah, they haven't dropped in 3 years. (Psst. My prices haven't gone up nearly where they need to be for the services I offer)

So before you head off to save money at Walmart, make sure you know what you are truly receiving .. you will likely end up paying more for much much less. Oh, and they will expect payment before you leave. They won't chase you for weeks for payment.

My pricing does not match my skills, the luxurious products used, or convenience I bring.

Support your small businesses and appreciate the skills and value they bring with them, before we suffer the same fate of many local restaurants and other small businesses we all love and have watched disappear.

Our Branding is so eye catching that our Conversion company, Hanvey Engineering & Design even uses it in their advertisi...
07/10/2023

Our Branding is so eye catching that our Conversion company, Hanvey Engineering & Design even uses it in their advertising!

Of course I am super proud of it. It's my design, brought to life by a childhood friend of mine who owns the best, multi award winning Marketing Company out of Denver and Portland! Talk Out Loud

Also, proud of the amazing business that I built from the ground up using these two very important business tools. My skills, experience, amazing customer service and commitment to my loyal clients are the Cherry on Top!

The costs associated with running a legal / insured business are high and endless. You want the cleanest (rust free, tem...
28/07/2023

The costs associated with running a legal / insured business are high and endless.

You want the cleanest (rust free, temperature controlled, non oil leaking on your driveway, no hunk a junk) and safest environment? You want someone skilled, licensed and insured? No dull, dirty, rusty tools? Someone to be reliable?

That all costs small businesses a huge amount of money. The van payment, insurance (auto and business in a mobile), fuel to get to you, tools. (blades are $30-$40 new. Shears are $150 and up. Clippers are $250 and up). Sharpening and maintenance are $10-$20 each blade and shear. We can use 3-4 different blades for one pets spa day. A dirty / tangled coat can dull a blade quickly. I just paid $450 to have about 30 blades and 18 shears sharpened. Hoses wear out, dryers need new brushes internally, batteries need water, etc. The van needs two belts and a new idle pulley (because I idle ALL day every day). Products: Shampoos and Conditioners. They range from $50 - $80 a Gallon. Then you have ear cleaners, laundry detergent, paper towels, bows and bowties, bandanas etc. The unreal amount of taxes and fees paid to the State and Government. I'm still battling the transfer of the company between the two States. It's expensive and I have wasted $$ with wrong info from both States and business professionals, resulting in extra steps and wasted filing fees.

I'm not posting this to whine or get sympathy .. but I am posting to show you all why I need you to pay your bills. I am very lenient and easy to work with. If you need time to pay because my availability does not align with your payday, I am more than happy to send an Invoice. However, we must discuss and agree on that beforehand. I am not pointing fingers at any client or going to single anyone out. I am increasingly having people not pay when services are rendered. My invoices have 4-5 reminders attached over a week and a half period. I am having to send out texts or reset reminders to go beyond 2 weeks. It's not fair to me to have to wait to be paid or have to chase down payment for services rendered. I have bills to pay (business bills). I rarely even take funds for my own bills. I also have a huge waiting list of people who have been patiently waiting for 2 years or more for a spot. I am going to have to start cracking down, because if I don't .. y'all will have to be out searching for a new groomer because I can't ask those I owe to wait. My bills have to be paid on time so that I can continue to operate. Please pay yours.

I'm also having an increase in people cancelling one dog or more when I show up, after confirming. That leaves me a huge gap I cannot fill last minute. That's income I count on lost. That's someone on the wait list that could have had a spot. I cannot do a high number of dogs like salons can. I come to you. That limits my ability to make a lot of income. Prices are already on the low end a far as a mobile service goes. I don't want to have to have a significant increase. Many human and pet salons, nail salons, etc. All are requiring cards on file and deposits, etc. I have not cracked down on any of that. But .. groomers are very hard to come by. They are closing down everywhere. Retiring, unable to pay bills, tired of chasing clients for payment, tired of being canceled on. Tired of dogs misbehaving. They are leaving. Young kids are not interested in the industry. We are all full and doing all we can to keep going.

Please stop taking spots you don't intend to keep. It puts me in an awkward spot to have to make hard decisions to let you go and I don't want to do that. I don't want to create tension or threaten to stop servicing you. I also hate texting to remind you of payment. Please don't put me in these positions. I love you all. Just pay your bills and keep you appointments please. Many others are waiting for your spots.

Also, if it were only one or two of you and a rare occurrence, I wouldn't feel the need to make this post. I hate that I did.

Some days we lose, and some days we win.  What is important though, as small businesses and humans .. is that we lift ea...
16/06/2023

Some days we lose, and some days we win. What is important though, as small businesses and humans .. is that we lift each other up and support one another with either words or actions and understand that some things are out of our control, but bad situations are most always temporary.

The drawback to mobile is that I rely so heavily on a vehicle. We all know how much fun that can be when things break and we are at the mercy of a tow truck, parts being available and a mechanic. Which these last few years have proven to be so difficult on all of those fronts. However, on days like today when a storm knocks out power for almost 300 THOUSAND customers. Myself included .. and you can't go to the groomer, or the salon, or to breakfast, or even get fuel .. well, your food trucks and mobile groomers are still open! Yay for Fuel and Diesel Generators and Inverters .. today is a win for me! However, many local salons are waking up to no power and having to reschedule, which can be havoc on their overall schedules and pocketbooks! Please be patient and understanding with them and try to be flexible in your rescheduling!
Be kind to your neighbors .. and your kids .. (who want to keep opening the fridge and get you to cook eggs with no power. We are all doing the best we can in situations we can't control. Hope you all have a wonderful day and keep your eye on your local pages for support or needs, for yourself or some you can help others with. ❤️

For reference, the photos attached are showing the good and the bad. The first photo being towed in the dark was the last time I had a major break and was towed back from Arkansas. The second photo is my current win. Working when the rest of the South is without power. (Including my home)

I guess I have been nominated for locals love us. This is a hard one for mobiles since we are super limited in our avail...
07/06/2023

I guess I have been nominated for locals love us. This is a hard one for mobiles since we are super limited in our availability and do not service nearly as many customers as our brick and mortar friends, therefore don't have many opportunities for votes! Here is the link to Vote, if you feel inclined. Google reviews are also a great way to support small business. Even though we are full and cannot always accept new clients, reviews help keep our business fresh and relevant in the event we do need new business! Thank you all for all of your support and kind words or votes!

I'm not going to lie ... I get so excited when one of my clients has amazing lashes! It kills me to have to trim them wh...
17/02/2023

I'm not going to lie ... I get so excited when one of my clients has amazing lashes! It kills me to have to trim them when they get too long, or when mom & dad don't want lashes. 🙃

" Yep, you have a serious lash problem there Lottie "

This is a very real and scary Season. Please keep a very close eye on your pets as you let them outside.  Even if you ar...
15/01/2023

This is a very real and scary Season. Please keep a very close eye on your pets as you let them outside. Even if you are in the middle of a neighborhood in the city. I know of people personally who have lost pets during this time and they did not live in the Country.

CAUTION***********
FYI: The next 4-6 weeks is mating season for coyotes. Please do not let your dogs out alone. The coyote gets your dog to chase him and then somewhere in the distance the pack waits for your dog. Then the outcome is tragic as they can & will attack/kill your pets. Just be aware it can happen to your beloved pet. {Coyote breeding typically peaks in late February and early March, the gestation period averages 58 to 63 days. Male coyotes can become more aggressive during this time of year, the long and short of it all is that coyotes always pose a risk to your dog (and other small pets). That risk increases during mating season. If you have issues feel free to contact us.

Oooodles of Doodles ...🙃😊❤️
11/01/2023

Oooodles of Doodles ...🙃😊❤️

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Where in the World is the Pawlished Mobile? 🤔😉😊🐩🐾❤️
08/12/2022

Where in the World is the Pawlished Mobile? 🤔😉😊🐩🐾❤️

06/12/2022

Please share this sweet boy and his story and need for a home. It's no secret that almost all of our 23 animals have come to us as rescues. I have the experience and ability to care for a special needs pet, but you all know that Is just do not have the time to dedicate at this time. Please share .. can we find this doll a forever home by Christmas?

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Why yes, that is the lovely Pawlished van currently being loaded up for it's 2nd tow back to Louisiana.  My husband is o...
07/11/2022

Why yes, that is the lovely Pawlished van currently being loaded up for it's 2nd tow back to Louisiana. My husband is on his way to pick me up as this beauty will be towed back from Little Rock. I made it about 20 min outside of Little Rock before I ended up stranded. Again. Those of you scheduled tomorrow in Louisiana, I have already contacted my morning appointments. I'll update as I can. It should be an easy fix. Just tracking down parts. I will contact everyone as I need to to get those affected rescheduled.

Yay!  Happy Mail!  I will be plugging in my routes for January to July, 2023. I should have the routes finished by Decem...
02/11/2022

Yay! Happy Mail!

I will be plugging in my routes for January to July, 2023. I should have the routes finished by December, hopefully and will know if I have any openings.

Are you on the waiting list for 2023? Visit www.pawlishedmobilegrooming.com to join the Wait List. You will not hear from me personally unless / until I have an opening in your area but feel free to message to ensure I receive your wait list request.

A few reminders about the routes and schedules going in to the new year:

1) All clients must agree to a rotating schedule of 4, 6 or 8 weeks. I may be able to offer a different frequency, but no more than 8 weeks as my routes are carefully planned out by location and pets in the area as well as fuel, the amount of time needed to complete each service on my route and water.

2) I am not currently accepting new clients, but I am always accepting Wait List Requests ONLY in the following areas: Benton, North Bossier and parts of Haughton.

Wait List is NOT first come first serve. Spots are offered upon availability and will be offered to those that reside in the area my opening is in, whose pets needs (time needed to complete) and frequency choice match closely with any openings.

3) I am currently still servicing Arkansas on a very small route. I regret that I had to back down to just a few days, but business decisions are not always easy. So may things forced me into the changes, but I am grateful that I was able to come back and service my entire original clientele for 8 days every month for two entire years! For those of you that I had to stop servicing due to tightening my route there, I miss you all very much! All of that being said, I no longer have a waiting list for Arkansas and will not ever be accepting new clients there.

Louisiana: You guys have really been welcoming these past 2 1/2 years. I have been at capacity here for quite awhile. I was going back to Arkansas for 8 days every month for the last 2 years. Early this summer I cut down to 3 days. You guys filled that extra week in under 2 hours and I still have a small waiting list. Wow! Thank you!

4) I will have a few other announcements early next year, but for now I am focusing on finishing the year strong and pampering all of your precious littles for the Holidays, while also trying to find time to get this schedule for January to July 2023 done.

5) One very important last reminder: I try my very best to accommodate schedule changes, but y'all, this schedule is packed full. It's tight. I almost always run right on time and pride myself in that. Please help me by allowing access to your pets on time, when you are not at home I offer key on file service. Try it. Its life changing! Almost all of you utilize this option and it keeps me on track and ensures your little is pampered, even if you are busy! Please try to limit the chatter. I love you all and can stay and talk all day. Seriously. I can. I enjoy visiting! However, it does cut in to my carefully planned and tight schedule and can leave my next client waiting on me. If you need to make a schedule change, I can usually switch you with someone in the same week, but moving times during the day or even moving to another week is not always possible as every day is booked full and others are already in those spots and every hour of every day is needed for me to stay on time. I will not remove a pet for one visit just to move your time by an hour because that is still cutting into my day, and taking income that I count on to pay the bills. If you take a spot while I have others on a waiting list be prepared to keep it, or pay to hold it if you need to cancel last minute. I value all of you and your schedules and time and need y'all to remember and understand that I have a huge clientele whose time also matters, as well as needing to get home to my kids at the end of the day and I have business bills, van maintenance, products, supplies, insurance and fuel that have all shot up times ten over the last 2 years and I need to maintain the income I count on. If you cannot keep your rotation, it needs to be offered to someone waiting that can. I am here to service you all. I love what I do. I love your pets! This is a business, I am licensed and insured and legal and I need to be able to pay the bills to continue for a long time!

Thank you all for your support over the last 6 years and for your continued support as we enter year 7.

2023 .. Lets go!

Tupelo Honey said he doesn't care what day it is, he has better things to do. 🎵 He could, watch dad wash the car in the ...
21/09/2022

Tupelo Honey said he doesn't care what day it is, he has better things to do. 🎵 He could, watch dad wash the car in the rain, chew dad's new guitar strings. Bark at the lawn guy just the same, as he did yesterday. He don't need to waste his time. Getting pampered and talking with me. He has better things to do. 🎶

Ruby Tuesday and I were just having a discussion while she sits under the dryer, about our feelings on Hump Day.  Ruby T...
21/09/2022

Ruby Tuesday and I were just having a discussion while she sits under the dryer, about our feelings on Hump Day. Ruby Tuesday said Wednesday is not her favorite day of the week. She is partial to the day before Wednesday, while I told her I prefer Fri-yay.

It's FriYay!  Murphy is going into the weekend with a fresh new Pawlished style!  He has been a nail trim client for a b...
09/09/2022

It's FriYay! Murphy is going into the weekend with a fresh new Pawlished style! He has been a nail trim client for a bit, but his mama has been waiting for a spot on the rotation. She sent me this super adorable photo of him after his spa day! Looking pretty darn dapper Murphy! Thanks for trusting me to care for and pamper your sweet boy!

Enjoy this beautiful weekend! I worked in Arkansas last weekend, so I'm looking forward to having a few days to spend with the family .. and the weather should be beautiful all weekend!

XOXO

Louisiana ..  I hoped to have all of these posted yesterday, but .. kids.  Thank you all for welcoming me and supporting...
27/08/2022

Louisiana .. I hoped to have all of these posted yesterday, but .. kids.

Thank you all for welcoming me and supporting my small business from day 1. You all started calling before I was even ready to take new clients and you haven't stopped. I never had to put out a single advertisment, and I still .. 2 entire years and a few months later .. have yet to set up my voicemail. Yet you all jumped on board, grabbed your rotating spot and continue to spread the word and call. You all waited so patiently for 2 years while I continued a very full week in Arkansas and allowed me that time to continue my loyalty there. I appreciate you all so much for that. When I did decide to scale back in Arkansas (mostly due to the wear and tear on the van, and my kids) you all filled hat entire week in less than 2 hours. I have enjoyed getting to know you all and you super cute dogs. I am having the time of my life! Thank you so much for your support. Especially during a pandemic and rocky economy. Happy International Dog Day to your sweet little ones! I am excited for many more years with you all.

Arkansas ..  Happy International Dog Day to your sweet little ones!  I cannot believe we are almost to our 7th year!  An...
26/08/2022

Arkansas .. Happy International Dog Day to your sweet little ones! I cannot believe we are almost to our 7th year! And we started year number 3 of continuing service, even though I moved 3 hours away. I have had to make some changes through these years and let go of some clients that I love and adore and still incredibly miss. We have had many of my original crew pass on to the Rainbow Bridge in recent years and months too. I am so grateful for this journey and for everyone in Arkansas that supported me through it all.

They say its International Dog Day!   In honor of that, it being Fri-yay and my van supposedly finally being fixed, agai...
26/08/2022

They say its International Dog Day! In honor of that, it being Fri-yay and my van supposedly finally being fixed, again, I am sharing some sweet sweet LA spa day photos.

Do you see your little one?

*I'll be posting more from LA and AR through on the evening.

Post a photo of your dog(s) below! Or tell us your favorite thing about your dog! Or, if you are a client, tell us your favorite thing about our service! We love to hear how we are doing!

Happy International Dog Day.

For those of you that don't know, Pawlished was actually started long before my move to Arkansas and the purchase of my ...
17/08/2022

For those of you that don't know, Pawlished was actually started long before my move to Arkansas and the purchase of my first mobile van. Having worked in animal care my entire adult life, I have held many positions in the field. A bather at Petco, A Groomer Apprentice, A receptionist at various Vet clinics in Louisiana and Utah. A Veterinary Technician at an Animal ER and a receptionist at Hill AFB's VTF. After our first child was born, I opted to stay home and care for him. I wanted to open my own grooming shop in our home, but our city had very strict rules and ultimately said no. If you know me, you know that no is not in my vocabulary. After seeing many fellow military families experience awful grooming visits or have horrible or no options for pet boarding when they went home or tdy, I opted to open our home to military families pets for boarding and grooming. Since I was not legal, per the city, we were very hush hush about it and had zero overhead. So I kept prices extremely cheap. Basically enough to clean carpets and and some diaper money. You know the story .. you have all seen it in every town.

It was extremely successful and extremely stupid. Though I was highly experienced, I was not legal, licensed or insured. This meant if anything happened AT all in my care or on my property, to owner or pets, I was not covered for such an event.

Unfortunately, this is an industry that is sometimes forced to have many facilities or home salons that are just like mine was. There are not any rules or regulations that govern most of them and anyone, anywhere can open up shop. Because most salons also receive backlash for trying to charge what shops today should be charging, they are unable to hire or keep employees due to the high costs of legally paying and having employees. Those employees then see dollar signs and realize they can open their own shop, at home, illegally and without any licensing or insurance and keep 💯 of the profit. People just want the cheapest care and don't think to check to ensure a business is properly insured, clean, experienced, etc. Most of these places eventually do close because they do not have the skills or income to survive their first accident, a slow in the economy, or maintenance on equipment. They are charging to get you in the door, but never for their time, skill, proper insurance and licensing and ongoing costs to maintain a professional and ethical business. Be cautious with your pets care. Everyone wants to throw the Corporate stores under the bus when something happens and is in the news, and wants the best care for sweet Fifi .. but nobody bats an eye at a rundown outback groomer, boarder or breeder with very little experience or insurance.

Now, not every home salon or facility is as I have described. There are many that have taken all of the steps to be legal, insured, etc. and most have years of knowledge and continue to learn. Unfortunately there's no true way to find out without asking. You can search the business name on your State website to see if they are registered with the State. To see if they are paying their yearly fees and are in current, good standing. That is a start. I have spent the last 13 years or so learning the insides and outsides of the business aspect and not just the grooming aspect. I love to learn and I love to educate. I will take anyone under my wing that has a desire to learn the Industry and wants to do it the legal way. That is the only way to ensure long term success in both their business, but also for future groomers, our Industry, the communities that we live in and the clients that we serve. It has to all come together as a well oiled machine in order to be the best it can be, and you all deserve the best that our Industry has to offer.

Side note: I am licensed, registered and insured for auto and business through both of the States that I service I currently do not hold a "business license" for our city because they do not require it if you live outside of city limits and I am mobile. I did hold a city business license for Maumelle for every year that we lived there. You will find my business active and in good standing on both State websites. Don't confuse licensed for business with licensed for Grooming, as there is not a National Grooming license required like there is for other professions. Any groomer that claims they are a Master Groomer or has certain specific Certifications has paid for and spent many hours in Continued Education and Seminars to use those titles and they are very deserving of them, but it is not the same as someone that says they are licensed.

On the flip side, the lack of those Titles or Certifications do not mean trouble either. I have none of those. I just simply did not know about them until a few years ago n have been too busy with my business and kids to worry about obtaining them, but my work history and continued learning to improve my skills still hold just as much value. I have gone the proper routes in both business and have done my time as an apprentice before just shooting out on my own.

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27/07/2022
This is such sad news for those in Pet Rescue as well as the NWLA Humane Society.  Many of you likely met Yvonne at one ...
01/07/2022

This is such sad news for those in Pet Rescue as well as the NWLA Humane Society. Many of you likely met Yvonne at one point or another if you adopted from them in the last 20 years or so. I have my own memories of her as I got to know her over a 2 year span while working for Dr. Core at AAH&SC, where we saw and treated the majority of the rescues they took in. She paid for so much of it out of her own pocket, as she had such a big heart for them all. I even groomed a few for them and though I was happy to do it for free, she always paid me. She even bought me a cake when I left to move back to Utah in 2005. It said Good luck, Trish. I'm so sad to hear that she had passed away. Do any of you local to Shreveport / Bossier have any memories of this sweet, special lady?

21/06/2022

I hope you all have someone in your life that looks at you the way Samson looks at me during his spa time!.

Y'all remember when my personal phone and BOTH business phones just randomly crashed on New Years?  Then I broke the scr...
11/06/2022

Y'all remember when my personal phone and BOTH business phones just randomly crashed on New Years? Then I broke the screen so badly on my Arkansas line by dropping it, and had to have the screen and much of the insides replaced? I decided to just go to one line for Pawlished after that. Well, today while dropping my kids off at a camp, I didn't realize I dropped the phone and then it was run over. So, if you have sent a text or tried to call today and I have not responded .. I am trying to get it fixed or replaced as soon as possible.

08/06/2022

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29/05/2022
This flawless look was achieved without a decent brush because mine broke that day.This, my friends, is what you get whe...
28/05/2022

This flawless look was achieved without a decent brush because mine broke that day.

This, my friends, is what you get when you hire someone with loads of experience. This is also what someone with loads of experience can achieve with a client that is regularly groomed with an amazing coat and has perfect table manners. Except for her nail trims, which she still is not a fan of, miss Holly is excellent. She has to hide her eyes and look away when her nails are being done. I don't blame her. I am the same way when approached with a needle at rhe Doctors office. It somehow doesn't hurt as bad if we look away. Sweet Holly is looking fabulous, as always!

Hi Pawlished Friends and Family!  I am working on the schedule for the 2nd half of the year, in between appointments and...
24/05/2022

Hi Pawlished Friends and Family! I am working on the schedule for the 2nd half of the year, in between appointments and my kids. Thankfully it's summer so their schedules aren't as hectic! My husband is working out of State more though so I am running ragged ... And some long days and late nights. I will be reaching out to those who have asked to be on the wait list, as soon as I can, just to update. Once I have a solid idea of who is still interested in a spot, and the schedule is made, I will see what spots I have open and start reaching out to offer them up. Thanks for your patience and understanding, as always. It's a process and we stay booked with many inquires every single day. Just know I am trying to keep up and some of your voicemails, texts, emails, etc. Have likely been missed an unanswered. I realize everyone does not see all the information posted, but I do not guarantee a response until I have openings available, though I do still try. Please have some understanding if you did not ever get a response. I am a one man show with a very popular service, and a mom. Doing my best! I cannot service or pease everyone, as much as it hurts my heart not to be able to.

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