Hi Sweet Lady - I saw you message about running Moms and it nearly broke my heart! I was a marathon runner until a few years ago. I blew out my knee during my last half marathon (blew it out in the first 2 miles and still continued to run the last 11 miles - which did severe damage - but my time was awesome - shaved off 3 minutes :) Anyway, no more running for me, but I understand being passionate about it! You girls have fun running and take care of your knees! I have moved onto swimming - which I am horrible at but let me tell ya it is great exercise.
Hello! Thanks for the welcome!! I need a lot of advice actually. Take a look at my blg if you can. mommiestimeouttoday.blogspot.com. It's so boring! I'm still trying to figure out how to do giveaways or even just get a simple design up. Maybe you can point me in the right direction. You blog looks really nice!
Thanks for the welcome and the add! Two new giveaways on my blog! One for a beautiful Butterfly Kisses Lariat Necklace and the other for really awesome shapewear! Enter one or both today! http://ascendingbutterfly.blogspot.com
Thanks for the welcome! I just checked out your blog-it's fantastic! I really like the lay-out. I'm just starting out, but I have to agree with you-it's addictive! Thanks again for the support and for making this experience a positive one...and maybe you've inspired me to get on that treadmill, because I need to get in better shape! :)
Thanks for the welcome. I'm laughing at running mommies right now. On modified bedrest so I'm not running anywhere. However, my goal is a couch to 5K next spring to get me back in shape. I'll check out your site soon.
Hey, thanks for the welcome! I love your blog, very well put together. I'm so new to this,I would love some help getting mine completed. I'm using wordpress and I can't figure out how to get even half of what you've already done. I love to write though, at least I have that going for me:)
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