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Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I stay at home with my two little ones. My husband is a great man working towards a degree in counseling and providing for us. I'm constant realizing that my relationship with God needs work and my mothering is always in need of a good overhaul - but in knowing that I feel like I'm growing in both areas. In my free time (ha!) I roast coffee as a very small business and spend time with my mommy friends.
I have recently caught the sweepstakes bug so I'm trying to link together an easy to use site for blog prizes I would want to win that are ending soon.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I recently got caught up in hunting down and entering sweepstakes - from the big national ones to the itty bitty blog ones. I've been posting blog sweepstakes that end the day I blog about it. I want it to be an easy way for Moms to get to other blogs and have a chance at winning some free loot!
I have been blogging since...
Yesterday? No wait... the day before? :)
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