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This is the easy way and the fastest way to :1. Make your Authority Technorati explode. 2. Increase your Google Page Rank. 3. Get more traffic to your blog. 4. Makes more new friends.

Rules :

1. Start copy from “Begin Copy” until “End Copy” to your blog.
2. Put your own blog name and link.
3. Tag your friends as much as you can.

1. Picturing of Life 2. Juliana’s Site 3. Hazel-My Life, My Hope, My Future.4. Jeanne-The Callalily Space 5. My Family is my Life 6. The Simple Life of a Baghag 7. On A Wonderful Day Like Today 8. House Everything 9. The Creativity in Me 10. Travel and Photography 11. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 12. You Are My Sunshine 13.Song to Remember 14. Super Blog 15. Philiippine Tv Marathon 16.Simply Blue 17. Breaking the Boundaries 18. Top Five 19. A Simple Life 20. Simple Happy Life 21. Mom's Special Diary 22. The Mommy Journey 23. Mom Writes for a Cause 24. Trust.Loyalty.Bliss. 25. Delineating Des 26. You are next!

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Now, I'm passing this on to chubskulit of Etcetera, ryliej of Rose's Obstacles and Glories, Arlene of Joys in Life, Dancing in Midlife Tune, Willa of PixelMinded, Dora of DORA alMONd, Karen of My So-Called World, Marites of Pinay Heart Wanderings and Musings, Kaka of kA2X, Khitara of R...E...B...E...L...?!?

Thanks to Beth Moreno for this tag.

Comments

☆Willa☆ said…
Thanks so much for this. let you know when i'm done,ok! :)
chubskulit said…
Hi Haze, done posting this one.. thanks a lot!
Karen said…
Thank you for the tag! I will post it on my blog.
Dora said…
Maybe u can advise me on how to copy the blog list with the links attached to the names?

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