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Meet Megan Dunham of Half-Pint House

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Source: Megan's Facebook Page
As a lot of you know, I am a member of an AWESOME community called Social Fabric®. We are a community of bloggers from all over the world that make up just part of Collective Bias®. I have been a member for a few days past 1 year. I have meet a lot of awesome people and have made some AMAZING friends in that time. This year, instead of a gift exchange, a few of us decided to do a blog exchange and introduce our readers to one of our members. 

We filled out a little form and a few days later we were sent an email with the name of the person we had been assigned to, we did not get to pick. I literally shrieked with joy when I read the name Megan Dunham. Megan has been a member of Social Fabric for nearly 11 months. I have worked beside her has a blogger on a few campaigns and this summer had the pleasure of being Campaign Lead and working with her in that aspect for the first time. Let me stop right and let you know, she is an AMAZING blogger!

I recently worked with her on a campaign for Nestle and Ice Age , this is where I learned that her DAD is CRAFTY! Check out what he made for Megan's girls!
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Source: Megan Dunham
 I mean seriously, are those cute candy sleds not the cutest? Oh, and that's her mom peeking over her daughters shoulder.

Megan and I both live in Oklahoma and a few weeks ago I learned that she comes up my way every so often. Totally awesome! We are going to have to meet up soon! We are also both Oklahoma State fans! Go Pokes!!
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Source: Megan Dunham
Be sure to stop by Megan's blog Half-Pint House (check out this post, it's one of my favorites) and tell her Brandi sent you! You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter.

To learn about some of the other great bloggers that make up Social Fabric, check out the links below!

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