Thanks for adding me to your blogroll! One of these days, I am going to have to make a gigantic one!
Of course! I know mine is long, but I think it’s nice to promote each other in these little ways. I think if mine gets much longer, I’ll have to make a page for it Really, I think that’s why other people stop doing it, is because there are so many great blogs out there and you don’t want to leave anyone out.
Thanks for this quote–I love the reminder and trip back to a great read.
This is kind of just a silly little quote, but I always liked it. And it’s absolutely true.
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