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Hey everyone!

I have a counter on my blog and know that I get quite a few visitors each day, but very few "follow" me. I'd like to increase that number.

So, please check out my blog and become a "follower" and as soon as you do, I'll go to your blog and "follow you!:

www.savvymoxie.com

Thanks! Hope you enjoy my blog! I'm open to any feedback!

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I'm already a follower :)

Nancy@
http://ifevolutionworks.com
Thanks! I'm following you, too! :-)
Just followed Kelly! :)

Theta Mom
Thanks! I'm following you, too! :-)
Hi There,

I'm in. I just started following your blog which has some interesting stories to enjoy, lol.

Mine is: http://kidsclothingwholesalebargains.blogspot.com/
Thanks! I'm following you, too! :-)
Following! Nice layout btw!

www.collegeadvisory.net
Ditto! BTW: If you go to my blog and go to my blog list and click on ipietoon's blog, she is the one who designed my blog for me. She's in Indonesia, only charged me $40 and was AWESOME to work with! I sent her photos of me and the kids and she made "us" in cartoon.
BTW: I used to be a school counselor and one of my work-from-home jobs is I score the SAT essay each administration. :-)
hey Kelly....following you, I like how your blog came out from using facebook, I'm a bit obsessed with fb myself!

Molly

www.imasleeperbaker.blogspot.com
I'm following you, Molly! FB is addicting, isn't it? :-) I wrote a post about why I love it if you want to read it.


http://www.savvymoxie.com/search?q=facebook

Thanks!
I really enjoyed your blog, especially the post about the "yite." I am a working (high school teacher) mother of two so I appreciate kid humor. I am now following you. If you are interested, here is my blog: http://www.susanchapmanfobes.blogspot,com.

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