"Welcome. I love doing the blog, it is very helpful for my weekly shopping and being able to share it with so many and help them save at the same time is a nice feeling.
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I am a married mom of one with a new one on the way. I have mometary breaks in sanity that used to be cured with a big cup of coffee, but now that I'm pregnant, usually just result in me giving myself timeout (the only way to get away with this with a two year old is to lock yourself in the bathroom for 5 minutes) I love God and my family. I am currently going for the gold with my first attempt at being crafty with a purpose.....I'm making children's items. I'm a bit freaked out since it's kind of like writing in that you are just putting yourself out there for the world to judge or reject, praying that someone, anyone likes you. But, I'm determined (I hope) =o)
What is your blogging philosophy?
Well, I don't know if I really have one. I blog to share my feelings and to keep from loosing it since I am not exactly an internalizer. I guess, I just want to be real. I don't want to paint some picture perfect life (ok, well, I kind of do, but I won't) that I don't have. I love my life, but let's be honest, everybody deals with the chaotic and crazy.
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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.
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