Me

Should I tell you?

Look at me.

I wrote something and someone published it.

So, you are cordially invited to drop by the premiere issue of Mom Blogger's Club's 'Cliq Magazine'.

The link to my article is below. Oh, and if you could comment I'd owe you big time.

http://www.mombloggersclub.com/page/page/show?id=988554:Page:122966

Um, and if you're on my blog roll? I wrote this piece with you in mind.

18 thoughts on “Should I tell you?

  1. Yes, great article. (And, no, you’re not the only dork who couldn’t figure out how to post a comment over there, Lynette!)
    p.s. How come you get all these positive comments and most of what I get (aside from your loyal posts) are “How could you write that?” and “Why didn’t you include such-and-such?” Sheesh.

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  2. Great article! Too funny, I too, have been talking to my husband about “blog friends” and wondered, does he think I’m crazy? But it hit me, online friends are great to add to your collection of friends cause you don’t have to clean your house or put your make-up on to hang out with them!! I just love NOT having to chat on the phone… It’s so much easier to email or comment online when you’ve got kids with homework or dinner to cook…
    Awesome article and keep up the good work!

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  3. I was going to leave a pithy comment on your article. I saw some nice comments. But I couldn’t figure out how to leave a comment and then in my frustration, I completely forgot my pithy comment. But it wasn’t as lame as, “You go GirlFriend!”

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  4. I was going to leave a pithy comment on your article. I saw some nice comments. But I couldn’t figure out how to leave a comment and then in my frustration, I completely forgot my pithy comment. But it wasn’t as lame as, “You go GirlFriend!”

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  5. Congratulations! That is exciting. It’s a great article and so true. Blogging is a very real and important part of our lives, both for our sanity and our creativity! Pour yourself a celebratory glass of Niagara wine!
    xo

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  6. Congratulations Leanne! That was a great article. It is my guess that only other bloggers truly understand the “Imaginary Friend” thing 😉 I am always sharing stories with my husband or quoting other blogs. When he asks me who I am talking about….he laughs when I tell him it is another blogger. After awhile, you do feel like you know the people who write the blogs you read everyday….they do become a part of you. And as you said, even though you will probably never meet them but they are still “friends” 😉 I enjoy reading your blog and so appreciate your honesty and wisdom 🙂 Keep up the good blogging 🙂 –J

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