Hi,

I would love to find some blogs to follow. I could use some inspiration. Would also love to find bloggers to follow me. I'm at www.MommyLite.blogspot.com.

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Hi Sarah,

Cool blog which I am now following :)

Mine is at http://kidsclothingwholesalebargains.blogspot.com/
Thank you! Following you too!
Omg Sarah your posts are hilarious. Im now a follower

My blog: Saving Moms Money

-Melissa
Love you for that! I'll follow you too and thank you!!!!!!!
I would love to follow your blog! I'm glad I found you.

www.collegeadvisory.net
Thank you! I'll follow you too!
Hey Sarah - I want to see you do stand up! : ) I'm following you now, and I'm at www.imasleeperbaker.blogspot.com

thanks!

Molly
Thank you so much! You can see my stand-up on YouTube for now. Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcAPH_m4FIQ

I'm taking a little hiatus to be home with the kids through my divorce. Stand-up is very time consuming.

Anyway, I'm following you too and thank you for following me!!!!

Best,

Sarah
And where was that picture taken on your blog?? It's GORGEOUS! I spent part of the summer in Woodstock this year. So beautiful.
Hi ,
I'll follow :)


Mommy Has to Work
Following you! GREAT Blog, made me LOL for real :)

http://wahswagga.blogspot.com
That's the best compliment I can get! Thank you! I'll folllow you too!

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