Jessica Sanford's Blog (2)

It's Been A While

So I have been incredibly busy due to moving. And I am just now getting back into blogging on a regular basis. I have crappy news about my blog though.... I am unable to get the followers thing to work. No matter what I do, it just will not work. So I guess the only way to receive updates about my blog is to subscribe via e-mail. By the end of the week I hope to have a new layout up [3 column] and I will try to have all of my feedburner stuff on there so that those who are interested can… Continue

Added by Jessica Sanford on July 3, 2009 at 1:02pm — No Comments

I Still Have ZERO followers! :(

Blogger is a much different blogging community from the one I am used to. [Xanga] It really takes alot of work to build up a blog with this platform. And I have put alot of work into networking with other moms and trying to get to know other people. But still, I have zero followers and that is kind of disappointing. So, if you guys get the opportunity, stop by my blog and say hi, and click on Follow. It only takes a few seconds and it would really make my day. If you Follow me, I will Follow… Continue

Added by Jessica Sanford on May 19, 2009 at 1:45pm — 6 Comments

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