It's funny: We can easily pinpoint everything about our blogs that we would like to improve, but it takes a little effort to discover that one thing about our mom blog that we absolutely love.

What is the one thing that you love the most about your blog?

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That it might be a TV show.

I never get sick of saying that. :)
Wow, cool!
What I love about my blog is my readers. There is nothing better than logging in the morning to have a comment from someone whom I've never met yet they completely understand what I'm going through.
it's mine to say what I want and there is no right or wrong
what it's come into. It's got life and I love getting emails and comments from people that enjoy reading it.
That I get to say whatever I want and be as open as I want. I also love all the friends I've made and all the support they give when I share I'm having a down day or going through something rough!
That I get to say whatever I want and be as open as I want. I also love all the friends I've made and all the support they give when I share I'm having a down day or going through something rough!
The design. I love the way it looks. Thanks Leanne!
It does look good!
I might not be the best speller in the world (thanks to the 1970'-80's PES) I am able to express myself freely without anyone telling that isn't right or you can't do that blah blah blah.
I don't have any "close" friends where I live. They are just woman with children I see every so often. But in the blogging world I feel that I have made some "real" friends and we seem just to have just that more incommon.
Until Then,
K.U.
PARIS.

Who hasn't visited or wanted to visit at some point in their life? I'm so lucky I get to live here and tattle , write about it!
the look of it!

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