Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am just an ordinary mom with a crazy life. Something mom's can relate to and laugh at. I'm sarcastic as you'll find in my posts and will sometimes post about random things on top of my mom and wife ranting and raves. I write poems when I feel inspired and have some pretty good recipes. Come laugh and cringe with me.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I don't really have one yet. Once I get more into it and become a blogging pro I'll come back to this. So.... in about a week. lol
I have been blogging since...
2 days ago.
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I'm following you now can you follow me...thanks
I'm a freelance writer living in Las Vegas now (from Los Angeles and a brief stay in Indiana) anyway I love a deal and have spent a lot of time researching things to do here especially for my kids...it's clean and beautiful and scenic...it's not all about the strip ..very family friendly communities....my blog is: http://www.vegas365review.blogspot.com/
my blog is about all the different places to go in Vegas for locals and visitors as well. I review the places I've gone...I recently started it and my goal is to get over 300 followers so if you know anyone else that may be interested please pass my blog on to them - that would be great!!! ...I'm trying to get a position at the local community paper and need followers for credibility. I thought I'd ask women for help especially mommies. Thanks for your time and if you ever come to Vegas let me know and I'll give you a list of best deals (just go to comment section or blog me on this site) TAKE CARE
Hey Sarah... I'm an IL mom too! I just checked out your blog and think it's great. And I can totally agre with #1 on your 7 things about me. I feel the same way! Anyways I am now a follower... keep in touch!
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