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Tracy Iglesias's Blog – June 2009 Archive (2)

Thanks for all the adds new friends, I have visited and am following every one of your blogs. This is certainly a creative, savvy group of bloggers!

Thanks for all the adds new friends, I have visited and am following every one of your blogs. This is certainly a creative, savvy group of bloggers! Continue

Added by Tracy Iglesias on June 28, 2009 at 4:34pm — No Comments

New Member!

Hi Everyone!

I just signed up today, and can't wait to get more caught up on posts! Just wanted to introduce my new blog, Ascending Butterfly, Not just a blog, not just a destination, but an upwards journey!

http://ascendingbutterfly.blogspot.com/

Would love to hear what everyone thinks! Advice, comments, suggestions?

Would love to connect with you on Twitter as well: @Tracy_Iglesias

Added by Tracy Iglesias on June 19, 2009 at 2:20am — No Comments

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