Hi There from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers 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, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Thanks for the welcome!! I love your site!! I'm particularly interested in your midwifery! I used a nurse-midwife in my birth & my husband & I both wrote about our experiences that day! http://www.ingenuemom.com/search/label/Birth
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Thanks for he well wishes. It would be easier to try for the baby if my husband didn't work so much out of town. Becming a book reviewer is easy, however it realdoesn't pay at first. All you get is free books. To get started write a review of whatever the current book you read. You can see a sampe on my blog http:/ritareviws.blogspot.com then go to booksneeze and submit it. It i a great way to get started. I will get moreinfo if you ould like it. I have a list of publisher that you can contact after you write a few.
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Oh yes we do love to travel. So far we haven't taken our daughter out of the country yet. But we travel to different states or different parts of states visiting national parks and museums, for example Northern Florida (which were moving to at the end of the month) Northern Illinois, Southern Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Northern California, Southern California, New Mexico, Wisconsin etc. And were looking for more places to travel all the time. The things that i do support that travel and ability yo meet new people and experience new places. And im in the process of writing an ebook as well as four novels and in the process of publishing my first children's book. I run the blog and my shop as well as making all the items in it, networking and all the while still able to clean , cook, do laundry, run errands, and have loads of time to take care my little princess and have play time all day long. few! that is totally exhausting lol! Check out one of my typical household days here http://itsasweething.blogspot.com/2010/01/day-in-hamilton-household.html I actually realized i left out so much stuff that i do during the day but trustme you'll feel winded just reading whats there lol! You have a little also?
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