Hi, thanks for stopping by. I so appreciate your support. You have several options to follow. I do not use blogger. I noticed that most are using blogger. Perhaps you can use Twitter or subscribe to RSS on the top of the page.
Thanks again for you support. If you have any tips on how I can make this easier, please let me know.
Hi. Thanks for checking out my blog. The comment button is on the top of the post. Just click on the number.
I needed another column on my blog for more 'stuff' so I changed the template. I've been working on the comment thing because the one that came with the template was hard to find. I appreciate your message.
Veronica, you can be a blogger follower if you want. It makes it easier to me to follow my friend's blogs because on my blogger dashboard I see snippets of their most recent posts. In the old days, I would have to click onto every blog to check for a new post. Now, I only click on the blogs that have put in a new post that day (or since I was last there). So things are more efficient. Feel free to "follow" on blogger, or to use the links I put up on the Comment Club 3 page. And some of our gals are not on blogger, so I don't think we can "follow" them on our dashboards. I think we can still add them to the "blogs I follow" gadget on the front page, though. That keeps track on non-blogger blogs and updates the list when a new post goes in.
You must have done it correctly because the comment is on my blog. Thank you so much for popping in. I have my blog set so that I approve comments before they are posted. Maybe that was the problem? Anyway, your comment was not lost. :-D
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