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My First Blog Tour

It's really cool when bloggers come together to support each other. I've seen it done on other blogs but didn't know how it actually worked. That's where Virtual Assistant Teresa Morrow stepped in and offered to help me promote my upcoming Baby Boomer Girlfriends Spring Break in Daytona Beach. She found bloggers who were more than willing to offering some helping fingers and blog space. To all of you, I say THANK YOU and I look forward to returning the favor:

Heidi Richards 28-Mar
Karen O Bannon 29-Mar
Mary Eileen Williams 30-Mar
Vicki Taylor 31-Mar
Debbie Zipp 1-Apr
Lisa Fredette 2-Apr
Karyln 3-Apr
Corrie Peterson 4-Apr
Rosie Horner 5-Apr
Judy Davids 6-Apr
Kathie Thomas 7-Apr
Heidi Caswell: 8-Apr
Pam Archer 9-Apr
Karyln 10-Apr
Judy Davids 11-Apr


Melodieann said…
What a great idea. Somehow I missed your initial announcement or I would have happily lent my blogging fingers to your cause. Baby Boomer Girlfriends Spring Break is going to be a fabulous event and I am so envious of all you who are going to be part of it.
Rock Star Mommy said…
I am so excited to interview you on my blog on April 6 an 11.

I can't wait!

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