Amy {Mom Spark}'s Blog – November 2009 Archive (2)

You have a voice. What are you going to do with it?

from my post on Mom Spark...



When tragedy hits, people band together, but when times are uneventful, people gossip, backstab, and hate. It happens in the workplace, families, and, of course, the blogging community. I often feel discouraged and disappointed from it all, and often wonder why we indulge in tearing others down?



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Added by Amy {Mom Spark} on November 30, 2009 at 9:58am — No Comments

Mom Made That! 2009 Holiday Guide

Mom Made That! has created this year's Holiday Guide, which promotes buying from mom businesses this holiday season. Please support moms by purchasing your holiday gifts from them this year!



You can visit the Holiday Guide here: http://whrrl.com/experience/story/18568771



Thank you for your continuing support on Mom Made That!, and if any of you are interested in listing your mom biz in the holiday guide or on my… Continue

Added by Amy {Mom Spark} on November 12, 2009 at 10:43am — No Comments

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