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http://www.delishhh.com">Delishhh.com is a food blog written by a Swedish woman who lives in Seattle,...
Hello! I'm Laura Rucker, also known - unofficially - as Ms. Wonka. I'm a...
http://thecreeksidecook.com, where I blog weekly about food, often sharing my original recipes, as well as sharing our adventures in gardening. In addition, I am interested in photography and supporting my local businesses, so these topics are often mentioned as well, all of it sometimes tinted with my slightly offbeat sense of humor. I live in Upstate NY and I'm also a writer/editor/job peformance coach. I love SU and I'm glad to have shares sent to me, because it is so interesting to see what other people like. I thumb-up only stuff I truly like, but I'm always happy to take a look. I send out a few shares of my own as well. Check out the sites I love!">I'm Donalyn of http://thecreeksidecook.com, where I blog weekly about food,...
http://www.unitedstatesofmotherhood.com .I try never to ask for an up or review--that isn't my style & appreciate if you don't ask as well unless I've known you for a while. :) I DO stumble my own blog to all my friends as well as lots of other items--around 3-4 shares daily. I wouldn't be offended & I certainly don't want to send you stuff you don't like so UNFRIEND if you don't want my shares. I just want to reiterate I never expect or ask for reviews, but putting my stuff out there with all the stuff I like is kind of how I like Stumble. I do up/review when a particular post or sites trikes a cord. No need to ask. I'm pretty generous with my reviews & ups. :) I'm easy as long as it has nothing to do with hotels, Noni juice, hemorrhoids, or SEO marketing. Heh!
Many Regards,Scout">Welcome to this forgetful mother of three's Stumble zone.
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Hello Everyone! Thanks for stopping by my profile. I'm a WAHM, blogger and...
Baker, blogger, runner and pre-diabetic. I love food, love to make food,...
Social Media is my passion and this taught me to speak out. Bridging...