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A Few Blogs of Interest

I haven't done much in the way of blogosphere surfing this weekend, but I did find a few note-worthy blogs (there are always so many - wouldn't you agree?)

So, if you'll allow me the indulgence of borrowing the idea from a few fellow bloggers, I give you my picks for this week:

Life as Mom - A frugal blog with some mom wisdom thrown in every now and then.

A Groovy Kind of Life - I found this blog through Coupon Geek, I believe. Be sure to read up on her meme idea - Letters to my Children. Very inspiring.

Danica Dunphey - I found Danica through Ann's blog.

Homemaker Barbi - Isn't that a great title? This is a group blog with a lot of great information. Hint: If y'all like pink, you'll love this site!

Like Merchant Ships
- I found Meredith's blog when I read a post she wrote about spending more with plastic than with cash (2/19). It's an interesting concept and one I'll no doubt explore later this week, time permitting.

Until next time...

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  1. A couple of them I know about and they are good blogs. The others I'll be sure to visit. Thanks!
    Isn't this rain wonderful!? It's been so scary dry here of late. All my plants are saying "We were thirsty! Thank you!". ha ha ♥ ∞

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  2. I think you all will be getting some of this snow before long, LOL.

    Thanks for the links. Blessings

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  3. Don't really want the snow...thanks anyway :)

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  4. Hi Iva! Thank you so much for the link love to Homemaker Barbi today - I really appreciate it!

    Danelle Ice / Homemaker Barbi

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