I had to doublecheck because it's been awhile. In Blogger, under layout, select add a gadget and it's down towards the bottom, subscribe to this feed. Voila! You've got it on your page after you save. Let me know if you can't find it.
I would love to be part of this group - I don't want to buy anything, help anyone else decide what to buy, etc. I would like to read other writers work and get some feedback - my writing legs are very new and wobbly. kerrycharacters.wordpress.com
Count me in! I do once in a great while a give away but I don't have the numbers that most companies want. I really just journal my green adventures and what I learn on the way. Shades of Green
My follow section is about a third of the way down on the right!
I have followed everyone else on this post that I could find the follow button or I have the rss feed on my yahoo...
I'd love to join all of you. My blog: www.ideamom.blogspot.com
began as a place to write whatever ideas came into my head -- mostly about motherhood and living gratefully . . . Then we had the amazing life changing event -- We won a house in the MyHomeIdeas.com website giveaway! -- and my blog really took a different turn. I still write about mother hood and living gratefully, but now I throw in a little home design, Florida travel notes, and LOTS of ideas for Giving and helping others. We won something so huge, that my heart just swung in the direction of giving back, so I've sprinkled lots of ideas for family giving into the mix.
I'm way too scatterbrained to organize my own giveaway -- Amy, I too have Adult ADHD, so I try to stick to what I do well . . . write whatever moves me and hope it moves others too. If I tried to giveaway something next week, I'm afraid the winner would be waiting for it still next year.
Family breaks are a great way to have fun together and make some memories that will last a lifetime, but choosing a city break in the US can also help your family to learn and grow together. With a large selection of cultural destinations on offer across the country, parents are spoiled for choice when it…