I spent yesterday evening following blogs and I am going to do the same today. If I miss you and you follow me, I will follow you. Thanks so much!

 

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I am now following you please follow back http://www.frugalmommy3.blogspot.com
Following you. Thanks!
Hi Dawn
I'm following you and I listed you on my blogs I like blog roll on my sidebar.

I'd appreciate if you'd return the favor

http://www.bargains4wahms.com

Thanks
Sandra
Hi Trista. Am following you now. I spent the last couple of months visiting blogs, joining link parties, and leaving tons of comments. I just got over 100 followers. It takes time, but you'll do it!
Try http://thesitsgirls.com and you'll find loads of fun bloggers. If you're into decorating, I have a few link parties on my current post you can visit. That's where I get the majority of my followers - besides MBC, of course.
http://muralmaker1.blogspot.com
Thanks for the advice Colleen...very helpful!
Hi Trista - now following you...please follow back at http://thesinglemotherschronicles.com
Thanks!
Swati
Following you Swati! Thank you!
Hi Trista, I am following you.
Hi Trista,
I am following you and I have also added you to the frugal blogs I like blog roll on my sidebar.

I'd appreciate if if you'd return the favor

http://www.bargains4wahms.com

Thanks
Sandra
Thanks Sandra. Doing the same for you.
~Trista
Following you Trista! I'm at Raising a Quiver Full.
Thank you. Following you as well.
~Trista

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