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.
Bummer about the class being full, that's the reason I joined this group.How many moms did you limit your class to? If you decide to offer anymore free classes, I would be interested in knowing what you had to offer so please keep me in mind.
Have a great weekend and best of luck with your class.
Hi Dominique! Sounds great. I look forward to seeing it on your site (I feel like a celebrity (-:). I don't have any else really to add to it. I am so glad that you enjoyed it! It truly makes writing feel good when that happens! Melyssa
Thanks for the tips on getting more comments. That will be my goal for tomorrow to find some groups and join more. Been dealing with a fussy baby the last few days (he had shots Fri.) so haven't been up to too much.
Welcome to the "Calling all Commenters" Group. This will be fun and and add some great relationship to the blogging experience. Thank you for joining us:) It's fun to see you here on MBC and on the blog!
Here is my article for your Balancing Act webzine. I hope you like it and it suits your needs. By the way, it was written on a Mac, let me know if you can't open it and I'll save as a PDF.
Let me know,
AmyA Yogi Finds Her Voice.pages
I have not forgotten about the article - my schedule got thrown off a bit this week due to 2 sick kids. I am planning on writing a draft this weekend and sending it to you. I'll upload it here unless you'd like it emailed directly (just send me your address).
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