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The 9 to 5. Cooking dinner. Homework help. Repairs around the house. Diaper changes. Mowing the lawn. Playtime. Bedtime rituals. Dishes. Scrub the damn tub. There's so much to do. Where do any of us bloggers find the time to blog? Add to that, reading other blogs, leaving comments (real comments not vomit), networking, etc.

As bloggers, we all have a lot on our plates. This is why I appreciate every single comment my blog receives.

I know that someone took time out of their busy schedule to read my long ass post and then took the time to leave me a comment.

So how do I thank my readers/fellow bloggers?

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Comment by Vanita on June 9, 2011 at 11:06am
Melissa this is so true. Thanks for commenting. Heading over your way
Comment by Mëlissa Bakër on June 9, 2011 at 11:02am
So true! Great to acknoledge and to be acknoledged!

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