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It wasn't love at first site. Not at all. The first time we hooked up, it was through my old buddy Linkedin. There was an emptiness [in my profile] that needed to be filled. So I submitted. Did some stalking, got stalked a bit and after 3 weeks I got bored. Came across Facebook, Liked it a lot and it was bye bye birdie.

Fast forward, one year later. I hit the blogging scene, again after a 5 year absence. This time around I'm hanging with the mom bloggers (completely different from my old crew - the pissed off ex-wives of cheating bastards). Not only do these women share passionate tales from their lives and helpful tips that's got me hooked, they offer ways to engage other than the comments section. I'm seduced back to Twitter, where I can find instant gratification from tweeting with people who've made an impression on me. Moms that I'm interested in chatting with. Through their tweets and retweets, I've found other interesting people to follow, with blogs that I can't stay away from. And yes, I swing both ways now. Following the dads too.

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