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Trading Cyber-Spaces

You remember when I did that fun little blog trade off with Evelyn?

When we picked specific themes and then swapped cyber-spaces to tempt all of you to head on over to the other persons blog?

Remember that?

Well, I had so much fun (and I know you did too) that I'm interested in doing it again.

Except that I'm not quite comfortable emailing any of you others like I did Evelyn.

Call me chicken.

Call me a blind-call-aphobic.

Call me what you will. The truth is I just couldn't bring myself to do it.

So I'm sending out my call here. I love you all and would love to spend a month swapping and getting to know you better. If you're up to the rigors of 4 specified blog posts to be posted on specific days and at specific times then you should email me at the above email.

I'd love to have you come over and play!


It was great! I have been thinking about asking someone else to swap with me, but I wasn't sure how to go about it. Haha! Looks like you got it figured out.
Myya said…
You guys are funny! Good for you Cannawin for just putting it out there. I'm chicken, I don't think I would do someone elses blog justice.

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