Hi everyone - I'm looking for those of you who write humorous blogs about anything, would love to read them!

Thanks!

Here's mine...

Brilliant Sulk

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Sometimes mine is humorous, sometimes not. For the most part though , I try to find the humour in everything!

Nancy
http://ifevolutionworks.com
Hi Nancy - I actually read you blog! You are funny...
Just checked your blog out - I like it...
I write one that has humorous family stories.

www.savvymoxie.com

Hope you check it out and I'll do the same to yours!
Hi Kelly - Those pancakes are totally making me hungry! Your blog is great, funny too.
hey looked at your blog! I loved it! Totally wanna follow! Here is mine.....www.lovemarriagechildren.com
Hi Debra - Thanks for checking it out. Just looked at your blog and love how open you are about your life...
Here's my blog info:

http://thedivinemissmommy.com/
I thrive on humor, specially sarcasm. Feel free to step in to my world: Mom's Fortress of Solitude
I'm usually at least sarcastically funny in my posts. :) Stop by and check it out when you have a chance. http://myconfessionsasafirsttimemom.blogspot.com/
Oh gosh, so many good blogs and funny too. Guess I have some reading to do!
I write about finding the humor and joy in the little things. Sanity not included ;)

http://www.crazyadventuresinparenting.com/

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