Add Yourself to my Wordless Wednesday Directory

Each week I spend some time searching for Wordless Wendesday link up parties. I have some main ones that I've bookmarked and hit faithfully. However there are so many more out there for blogs just beginning or maybe some that aren't just getting enough love. I want to visit your blog and link up with you each week.

I decided to create a Wordless Wednesday directory. This directory will consist of any blogs that post a linky with their Wordless Wednesday photo each week. So if you host a linky for this meme please come by and add yourself to my directory so I can keep a running list. I will eventually have this directory as a link in my menu bar for easy access to all!

I only ask that you try to link directly to your Wordless Wednesday label or category. If you do not use these for you blogs you may link directly to your blog. If you have any questions please let me know. I will try to add to the directory as much as I can so the list is as complete as possible but I need your help in getting it started.

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