Monday, July 03, 2006

Well, hello!

To be quite honest, I created this blog for the primary purpose of having a blogger account so I can comment on other people's blogs. I may or may not post on a regular basis. Many of you know me as a regular reader of your own blogs (you know who you are). I guess if I have something that I feel an overwhelming need to share, I will post it here.

Later dudes and dudettes!

5 comments:

M.E Ellis said...

HELLOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Welcome to blogland!

:o)

Christina said...

Woo Hoo!!

My first comment!!!!!

Somebody reads my blog!

KelRhiasMum said...

Hi Christina, I've read it too because you did such a good review on my li'l sister's book xx

Wendy

Christina said...

Hi Wendy,

Welcome! Nice to meet you. Are you a writer also? I tried to link to your bolg, but wouldnt come up?

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