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And I'll follow you!

I need traffic in a bad, bad way. Can anyone help me out?
(I can follow and comment.)

Thanks!!
Lisa at "All That and a Box of Rocks'
www.lisaschaffer.blogspot.com

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definitely
Thanks for replying! I thought the PSSSSTTTTTTT would be an eye-catching title. Obviously not. hee hee
I'm following now - and still laughing about the comment on OA for your little one!
Hi Lisa,

I am now following you :) Please come follow my two blogs...

http://www.womanandmom.blogspot.com

http://www.parentstlc.com

Thanks
Stina :)
Stina,

Thanks for the follow! I've visited and followed both of your blogs. Love them both but the TLC blog is precious. I love babies (I have had six!)

Thanks for posting~
Lisa
Stina,
Following and heeding the cell phone advice!!
Hope you can follow me - www.confessionsofanewmother.blogspot.com
Thanks, Jennette! I'm following you, but forgot to come here and let you know. Thanks for checking out my thread and my blog.


Anyone else want to follow for a follow???? I'm still looking for good stuff in my Google Reader! :o)

Lisa
All That and a Box of Rocks
Enjoyed my visit to your blog. I love Jason Mraz, which was playing while I was there. And the sunflowers. Love it! There's a field just like that not too far from my house. I always think of Shrek when I drive past it. LOL

Thanks for following~
Lisa
I will follow you and then will you please follow me!!!!

http://robyns-page.blogspot.com/

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