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Comment by Tina Peterson on July 28, 2010 at 1:13pm
I have a new Family Activity for your family that you will definitely want to check out and also a new review & giveaway on Giving N Sharing. Be sure to leave a comment on those posts and then go on to follow the Welcome Wednesday linky at Take It From Me.

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Comment by Tina Peterson on July 7, 2010 at 9:28pm
Hi - I already got the award from you. But I'll join you anyway!

My name is Tina "The Book Lady" and my passion is Focusing on close family relationships through Faith, Reading and Activities. You can find fun ideas, book reviews, games, and other things on my blog. I look forward to meeting each of you and gaining new friends.

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