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At 9:42am on October 30, 2009, Mindy said…
I'm lucky #100. Yay for you!!! I read several of your posts---pretty hilarious! I'll definitely be coming back. I'd love it if you followed my blog. I just started and am seriously lacking in followers, but yesterday morning I had zero, so this group is bringin' me up in the world. :-)

http://adventuresofa1sttimemommy.blogspot.com/
At 8:38am on October 30, 2009, Justbeingamum said…
Hi Sarah, I am following you now, I was number 99 so just one to go to reach the 100 mark. Well done. You can find me at :
Just Being A Mum
At 3:22pm on October 24, 2009, Rebekah Schneiter said…
Sarah, let's e-mail! rebekah-outnumbered@hotmail.com.

I'd love to talk to you about interviewing you on my blog. Also, I'd like to ask you some writer-to-writer questions.
At 3:11pm on October 24, 2009, Rebekah Schneiter said…
Ah yes, writers are that way....we like affirmation and feedback. Have you ever read On Writing Well or Writing With Power? Its all in there. :) I too love comments. I hope to connect though our blogs. My nephew as autism, very severe. I taught middle school for 7 years and had a handful of children with autism and asbergers. I know a small window of your life, but of course, only you fully know as it is your daily life.
At 2:48pm on October 24, 2009, Rebekah Schneiter said…
Hey, what is your blog address? Love to check out a fellow writer.

rebekah-outnumbered@blogspot.com
At 10:59pm on October 22, 2009, Jenny Yarbrough said…
Hi Sarah, thanks for following my blog...I am following yours too. Good luck with your book.
At 3:46pm on October 15, 2009, Kerry Grier said…
Hi Sarah, as a mother of a child who doesn't have awesome I am inclined to agree with all the other mothers of children who don't have autism and give you a halo of knowledge you probably have earned along the bumpy ride. I am not sure I would buy into the designated driver bit though! Have fun! I would appreciate your feedback at kerrycharacters.wordpress.com
At 8:19am on October 14, 2009, Richele said…
HI! I am now following your blog...will you help me out at http://www.underthegoldenappletree.blogspot.com. Yes, I know, another shameless request for attention! lol.
At 12:36am on October 3, 2009, Stina said…
Hi Sarah,

I am following your blog:-) Please become a follower of my one blog... It really needs some follower love:-)

http://www.parentstlc.com

Happy Blogging!!!
At 7:16pm on September 26, 2009, Nikki said…
Hi Sarah...good to have a new friend here. Hope you're having a great weekend!!
At 12:58pm on September 24, 2009, ALEXANDRIA CAMPBELL said…
Thanks for the follow! I'm follow you as well.
At 2:43am on September 15, 2009, pinklingeries said…
hi...
At 3:35pm on September 11, 2009, Melyssa said…
Hey Sarah! Welcome and thanks for the friend add. Looking forward to checking out your blog! Best, Melyssa
At 4:28pm on August 31, 2009, Jennifer said…
Hi there, nice to meet you! Jump right in and if you need any help just ask, MBC has awesome members who will be happy to help!
At 12:08am on August 29, 2009, Angie @5VinezMonkeys said…
Just wanted to welcome you to the club! If I can be of any assistance, don't hesitate to ask!

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