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Forgive me if I've posted this in the wrong place! Hi, I'm Hear Mum Roar, an Aussie mum of three and step mother of another three.

I love to write, knit, sew, create in general, and above all, like all of you I'm sure, my family is my greatest passion.

Look forward to getting to know all of you!

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Hi Hear Mum Roar!!

Welcome to MBC!!!!! I have a great group with awesome members in it called Friends following friends and would love for you to join! Have fun and a great day!!

Thanks,
Robyn
http://www.robyns-page.blogspot.com
Thank you Robyn! I've just had a little look in the followers' section, what a great idea. Why didn't I know about this site sooner? LOL
Welcome to MBC.
Thanks so much for the welcome:)
Welcome! We have been getting our glasses from Zenni for years! Love them. I love the informational and yet homey feel to your site! If you ever want to guest post let me know! I look forward to bumping into you in the blogosphere!

Rachel
http://quirkymomma.com
Oh, thanks so much, Rachel! Yes, I'd love to!
Welcome to MBC! I think you're right re: family which is what makes this such a fun place to find out blogs and meet people. Sometimes I admit I get overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the new posts (and blogs) here and so forth but I always enjoy getting caught up!

Happy blogging!!
Charlene
www.beamingbalance.com

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