Help me get hits to win the "most viewed columnist" award on my hyper-local newspaper column!

Hi Moms!

Please help me out to win a most-viewed columnist prize on my hyper-local paper.  A Twitter or facebook follow would be an added bonus, but I could really use as many unique hits from different IP addresses as possible to win this columnist of the month award.  If you have a second, please click here to get me a hit.  If you like what you see, please stick around to read it, too!

http://thealternativepress.com/articles/the-branch-in-the-bathroom

 

Check out my blog, From Grind to Whine here:  http://awhineintime.wordpress.com/.  I put everything I write from all sources on this one.  WordPress doesn't allow GoogleFriendConnect yet, but I respond with follows if anyone leaves a comment!

I'm BCauseISdSo (my column title) on Twitter, and From Grind to Whine on facebook, too.  I follow back for other moms!  just let me know you found me here and i'll return the follow.  Thanks so much for the help!

 http://twitter.com/#!/BCauseISdSo

https://www.facebook.com/pages/From-Grind-to-Whine/248368161849057

~Stace

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