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I as well as several other girls have posted a post encouraging bloggers to let go of the drama.

I started blogging because it was my escape and fun to do and I have noticed lately there is more and more "drama" going on in blog land, bloggers bashing bloggers, making friends choose and it is just something that sickens me.

Blogging is a place for us to go and meet new people, learn about each other, encourage each other not a place that we should tear each other down.

I thought I would see if you would possibly tell your readers about it and let's spread the word to all bloggers that We promote Blog Peace.

Here is the link to the article on my blog.
http://www.juststopscreaming.com/2008/11/promote-blog-peacejoin-in-...

I think we need to have all the bloggers promoting peace and enjoying each other. it is such a big blog world there is no need or reason for anyone to attack anyone or anyone to not get along. Please join us in our journey to promote blog peace. If you are interested please come by and repost the bold area of my post and grab our I Promote World Peace button to place on your blog and sign Mister Linky so we can come by and show some love to your blog for supporting Blog Peace.

Gosh this sounds like a beauty pageant LOL

Thanks,

Toni
Author of A Daily Dose of Toni

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Comment by Harriet B on November 13, 2008 at 10:55am
What a great idea!
Let's all get along- kind of what we tell our kids to do :)

I will post in support. iamharriet

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