Hi everyone. I am trying to find bloggers that are only writing their story and nothing more. Let me know if you fit this description.

Best, Jillian

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Hi Jillian,

Gosh you're so lucky to be in Aspen! I absolutely love snow. Was in Tahoe for my honeymoon and it was like Christmas everyday. And you get to go skiing and wear nice wintery clothes... I'm so envious! The heat has possibly gotten worse here and I can't wait to give birth. I have to blast the air-con in my living room and spray water on myself every 5 minutes.
Hi Daphne,

Hang in there and keep baking that bun in the oven. Yes, I agree you would probably fare better here but Singapore sounds a lot more exciting.

I was just hanging out with two year olds at school and felt the pang but corrected myself immediately. Three is more than enough.

I hope you feel well!
Hmmm... I can't tell. Its my story. I do say random things from time to time... about cooking and cleaning and vacuums...kids...etc. But its all about me in the end, isnt it?
Actually, it's "Not About Me". Did you read that in my Blog? I wish that it were more about me but definitely not at the moment.
I don't blog as often as I used to, but my blog is centered around writing about 3 things within each entry. I like to sprinkle in a little humor (albeit lame) from time to time.

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