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Hello, my name is Penny and I'm a Green Mom.  I'm married with 2 grown kids (and a granddaughter on the way) and a son who is 13.  After years in the corporate world and as an educator, I decided to work from my home office.  I just resurrected my blog and am looking for followers and any insight you experts can give!!  You can find me at http://www.greenofficemom.blogspot.com or on the Green Mom Blog at http://www.windycityleanandgreen.com.  Can't wait to check out your blogs as well!!

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Hello, I am certainly no expert...just starting out in the blogging world, but am happy to follow! Please check us out and follow as well. Greatly appreciate it!

www.sugaraunts.blogspot.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sugar-Aunts/406711342711382?ref=hl

Thanks so much! 

Colleen at Sugar Aunts

I am following!  Thanks!

Hi Penny,

I have bookmarked your blog (that's how I follow...) and am interested to learn more about being green and working from home.  I am a soon-to-be-Mom trying to figure all of this out.  I am just getting started with my blog as well.  I would love it if you check me out!


Happy Mom Musings

I am also on pinterest: http://pinterest.com/scarletjwl/

Good luck and thank you!

Julia

Hey Julia,

Thanks for checking out my blogs.  I just followed you on Pinterest also!

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