Hello MBC'ers,

I set up my blog nearly a year ago... and then hit some major issues in real life. I'm afraid the spirit of being online in the blogosphere was just sucked right out of me. My husband of 13 years and I started having marital issues and it recently ended in divorce. We are both much happier I like to think and moving on, of course our children are adjusting which is always a trial...

Anyway, the point of my rambling is that I've got very little in the way of followers. I'd be more than happy to follow those who follow me :) I also like to have friends here on the MBC, so feel free to friend me :)

One tiny point though... I like to follow blogs that have family/personal stories, thoughts, advice, humor, etc from the blogger. Not that I don't mind some reviews, giveaways etc mingled in there... but if your blog is nothing but ads and offers and reviews only, then I may not visit very often. Just being honest and open with you. I don't mind following you, but it's unlikely I'll be much of a repeat visitor.

Hope you all have a lovely day, take care!

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Here is my blog info:

http://thedivinemissmommy.com/
I'm following you - but it was hard to find your blog since you didn't list it in this discussion. :-)

Please check out my blog and follow.

www.savvymoxie.com
Oh yeah, good point. I suppose I should have included that.

Http://www.twopeasinapie.com
Hi Erica,

I'm glad your life is getting back on track; moving on can always be a challenge to say the least.

I am now following your blog and mine is here http://kidsclothingwholesalebargains.blogspot.com/ if you think you would like to follow me back.

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