My Own Created Memes...Looking for followers to link up! ;-)

So, I created my own memes (not even sure where that term came from but just learned about it recently!). I do Fun Day Mondays (sharing your fun), Wacky Wednesdays (sharing the wackiness) and Sit for a Story Saturdays (sharing the books you love and are reading). Actually--I do something different every day but these are the 3 that I'm trying to link up to get more followers and involvement in my blog. I like jumping on the bandwagon on other memes (Wordless Wednesday and Aloha Fridays) to learn about others and read other blogs too but I would love to start a following on mine as well!
Please help me get this going by spreading the word and linking up!!! Thanks!!
http://myordinarymiraclesblog.com

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LOVE your blog! We just joined as followers and will definitely frequent it! (We also left a comment on your most recent blog entry.)

We would love it if you could check out our new site and join as well!

Thanks!

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