Hi all,

I'm Jeanne, and I only joined MBC yesterday. Thanks for having me!

I blog about kid's lit, homeschooling, Australia, Charlotte Mason, our church, and a smattering of totally unrelated stuff, like Japanese aesthetics, Asian textiles and our love of travel. I'd love some like minded followers, so if you're interested, drop by and join the discussions! I'll be sure to reciprocate.

Hee hee - sounds like a dating agency a bit, doesn't it?!

Anyhow, you'll find me here:

www.ohpeacefulday.blogspot.com

Hope to see you soon.

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following you!

My blog, The Penny-Pinching Mama
Thanks, Penny Pinching Mama! Off to visit you now!
Hi there! So happy to meet you and I enjoyed visiting your blog! Am following you now. Looking forward to reading more from you.

http://www.organicmotherhoodwithcoolwhip.com/

Have a super week!

Naomi
Hi Naomi

Thank you so much for following.

It was wonderful to read the post you have up on your blog. What a blessing to be part of an experience like that!

I tried to follow you by clicking your RSS feed button, but it doesn't seem to work. Could you look at it for me?

Jeanne
www.ohpeacefulday.blogspot.com

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