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Looking for more followers on your Facebook page? Post your link so that others can follow you but make sure to follow others too!!

Here's my page - http://www.facebook.com/EducateWithToys

Have a great day,

Sharon

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Thanks Miranda for the like! I liked you back!

Hey Miranda,

Just liked your Facebook blog page and the post about cups and straws.  I have the same pet peeve!!

http://www.facebook.com/WindyCityLeanandGreen (Green Moms and Kids)

I liked your page too  Penny here is my linkhttps://www.facebook.com/skinnyfibergirl

http://www.facebook.com/EcoMom.DeForbes

Thanks for starting this, Sarah!

Donna

Thanks Donna - I liked you back!

Hey Donna,

We share the same passion.  Just liked your page.  Like the post about the electronics - very timely and useful.  Hope you'll visit us too!  http://www.facebook.com/WindyCityLeanandGreen

I liked your page Donna here is my link https://www.facebook.com/skinnyfibergirl

I am absolutely looking for new followers for my FB page. If you "like" my page, I will like you back. PROMISE!  You can find my page at www.facebook.com/chatonsworldpage

Hi Chaton,

I liked your page. I would appreciate if you can like me back!

Thanks,

Sharon

Hey there,

Just liked your page.  I actually grew up in Pittsburgh before heading out to the Midwest.  I agree - lots of charm.  Hope you'll visit my page as well!

http://www.facebook.com/WindyCityLeanandGreen

I liked your page Chaton. Here is my link https://www.facebook.com/skinnyfibergirl

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