If you're looking for followers, just be sure to post your web address and I will follow :) Of course it wouldn't hurt if you followed me as well.

Thanks,

Reese

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I  would love it if you checked out my blog! I will do the same!

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Your Doctor's Wife

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I would love it if you added me on Google PLus or Networked Blogs and I will go do the same as well.

Amy B

Oops.  Website is http://bowofbronze.com/amysblog

Amy B

followed you

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Connie

Dancing With Words

You should check out mine, Ill do the same!

I just started a few days ago, so dont mind the fact that there is so few articles :p

 

http://hangingwithahousewife.blogspot.com/

hi Theresa Sutton 
I am your new follower....plzz follow both of my blogs....hope to see you there

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www,Jehancancook.com  I will check out your blog!

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Hi there,

I'm a new follower, and would love it if you would follow me back at www.gwenmossblog.blogspot.com

Thanks,

Leslie Harris

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