Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I saw that you are part of the link exchange group.
You are probably aware that one way links are more valuable in search engine eyes, than reciprocal links. I would like to propose that you add my blog http://www.momswearyourtees.blogspot (text link or grab my button)
to your blog list and I add your blog to my blog directory at http://www.momswearyourtees.com/blognetworking.htm
If this sounds good to you, just add my blog and leave a comment on my wall or blog letting me know and I will add your blog right away.
hello thanks so much for joining rss feeds exchange and links exchange group. I've already subscribed to your site and I would like to ask you if it's okay that we will just have to exchange buttons because you dont have a blogroll in your site? Anyway just let me know so I'll copy and paste your button to my site.
I am now following your blog and have also grabbed your button and placed it on my blog roll. If you'd like to grab mine you can visit me at http://writemoms.blogspot.com. I have a blog for mothers who write called Write Moms.
Welcome to the Mom Bloggers Club! It's great to have you here Jan. If you find time in your day... check out my blog, ChitChatMom.com. I'm a first time mommy-in-waiting blogging about my journey into the motherhood.
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