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What do you most love to Blog about? Share your blogs!!!

I  have four blogs, each one has a different theme. I have my main blog where the most action happens, but I have another specifically for book reviews, another for my christian walk, and etc. I love blogging! Depending on which blog I am on, is what I write about. I simply write my thoughts and activities out, as well as share my experiences!

Love to make new friends as well, follow my blogs if you are interested, and I of course will follow yours.

Traci

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Hi there,
I am new to blogging. I just created mine 2 1/2 weeks ago but the welcome has been wonderful.
I am a Navy wife and SAHM to a 21 month old daughter and my blog is about my thoughts and things going on in my life.
http://reflectionsofanavywife.blogspot.com/

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