Hi Tess~ I think I messed up on your speadsheet for the Follow Me Club... :S I messed up on my URL and then I added it again with the right URL, so I think you can probably delete the first one (I hope!). Thanks, and sorry for the trouble!
Hi Tess- I left the follow me group a while ago, but wanted to make sure you were aware so you could take my name off the list. I would love for people to follow my blog, but have decided I'd rather they followed it because they enjoyed it rather than because they had to.
I've found some great blogs off the list and will continue to keep up with the ones that have been my favorites even now that I'm not in the group.
So please feel free to remove my name and link from the following list if you haven't done so already.
Hey Tess- I think I am about to my max for following blogs. Will there be a cap soon on the group? If not, would it be alright for me to leave the group? I like a lot of the blogs I'm following, but I have so many now (from both the group, the comment club, friends, and blogs I regularly read) that I can't keep them straight!!! I feel bad to leave the group since I just joined, but I truly can't keep them all straight now.
I was finally able to Follow you. It seems that clicking on the Follow Me, its blogger (Google) account enabled only. My question to you is, can we subscribe to RSS feeds instead? My blog is on Word Press, I do not use blogger. I would appreciate your input. I have already had another member advice they could not find a Follow Me link on my site. Thanks, Laura
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