Today we have a guest blog by Shari from The Friendship Stone Team !
Ok so I am stuck in a virtual real world. I of course I have friends, I have lots of friends, friends that I meet on a regular basis, friends that I speak to over the phone or skype on a regular basis, friends that I see once in a while and friends that I see once a year (but it is like we see each other every day) . I also have friends on line, I have my Facebook Friends (I have less then 200) and I have Twitter Friends (less than150) and I have some other Mom Blogger friends. I have to say that my circle of friends is rich and healthy.

So what is wrong with having my FB and Twitter friends?
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