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Hello to my fellow cyber-mommies!

Are you working on blogging while your kiddos nap like me? ;)

I would love to get more followers on my blog in order to do some fun giveaways...Blogger is down at the moment, but last I checked I had 22 followers.  I plan on giving away a $5 amazon.com e-card when I hit 50 followers, and hope to have sponsors for giveaways when I hit 100/250/500/1,000 followers.

I absolutely promise that I will follow you in return if you'll kindly leave me a url to follow as a reply to this message...but I can't promise it'll be done in less than a week (I do have 3 young children to attend to!).  Also, if you are a business/website owner interested in sponsoring one of my giveaways, let me know!

Thank you so much...you all have been so kind on this site so far! :o)

Pam, author of "Cherishing My Reality"
(http://cherishingmyreality.blogspot.com)

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Hi Pam,

I'm following your blog. :) I hope you reach your goal of fifty soon.

Take care,

Victoria

http://www.mommyisgreen.net/
Thanks! I'm a follower of your blog now...and I'm at 24 followers now! Almost half-way there!
Following you ;-)

Please follow me back at

www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/Marci835

Thanks!

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