http://melloyellolife.blogspot.com/

I'm a single mom with a 13 year old diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. I realized blogging is a great way to release some stress from work and being a single parent to a child whom I know will need me to guide him for the rest of our lives. I need inspiration from other moms like you to help me through the day. I hope you can follow my blog, and I'll be sure to return the favor.
Thanks in advance guys!

Long live mommy bloggers!

Mello

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i just followed you.


i tried to comment but had a little trouble...love coffee and anything made from that lovely little bean so i enjoyed your post.

my site is
http://glittershoesandpinklemonade.blogspot.com
Thanks for the follow! I look forward to reading more from you!
Thanks! I'm following you now. I'll unblock that verification now. :)
Following you ;-)

Please follow me back at

www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/Marci835

Thanks!
Following you girl!
Can you do the same for me?
http://almcrock.blogspot.com
Thanks so much! :)

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