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Hi, I am an Aussie Mum, blogging as an expat in Croatia.

I'd love to make some new internet connections and perhaps share each others blogs.

I am http://www.chasingthedonkey.com/

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Hey Begonia..I blog at http://kittygroups.com/. Nice to meet you and hope to have a great time here with you. 

Thanks

http://mygraceheart.blogspot.fr/ i will follow your blog please do the same thank you..

We're now connected Laarnie. Great post on the Garnier stuff - we don't have that in Croatia ;(

hi begonja , i am a expat too here in france la ciotat.. is just a small town very similar in your place.. do they have a carrefour there? :)

No. what is a carrefour?

its a large super market in europe..

Thanks, I am now following you on facebook. I'd love if you'd do the same https://www.facebook.com/chasingthedonkey?ref=hl

Cheers.

Hi there!

I'm a UK Mum blogging as an expat in New York.  It's tough starting over but the adventures make it worth it and I think it's so great for kids.

Great blog and good luck with everything.

Anna x

http://nylonnest.blogspot.com/

http://mygraceheart.blogspot.fr/ i will follow your blog please do the same thank you..

Thanks, great pancake recipie!! YUMMY

I'd love to see you at facebook https://www.facebook.com/chasingthedonkey?ref=hl

Cheers.

Hi begonia i will follow your blog please do the same http://mygraceheart.blogspot.fr/ thanks in advance

Hi laarnie, just wondering if you're a filipina? :)

Kristal of Mommytechie.com

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