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. I sooo love your avatar ... too cute :)
Hi, I just checked out your blog and loved it...I am now following you. I found you on the under 100 followers but seems you shot past it already. YIPPY! Would you mind helping me get to 100? www.underthegoldenappletree.blogspot.com
Hi Rae Ann, i wanted to drop you a note and let you know that i have started a second blog which i added a note to the under 100 club with the name http://theplaygroundprincess.blogspot.com/ and at the same time i wanted to let you know that my first blog hit over 100 people so i guess you should move me to the graduate list: http://iamstillstandingafterallthistime.blogspot.com/ thank you soooo much for doing this rae ann. i was so "thrilled" to have hit the 100 mark and i just am trying to be honest. :) stop by and say "hi!"
Long story short. My blog wasn't renewed by my friend who hosts/owns it. And it seems she has no intention of doing it anytime soon & doesn't seem to care that I've offered to pay for it myself. Since I don't know about hosting, domains, HTML & all of that crap confuses me for now I've simply started a new blog on blogger because I don't even have access to any of my posts or anything from my "Life' blog because she won't email or bother to return my calls... some best friend huh? lol
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