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Monday, November 23, 2009

Woohoo... 100 followers!

Okay, 102 now that I'm finally getting around to posting this.  This makes me very happy.  :)  I've been blogging since early February, and while I don't have the numbers that some other girls have (and that's okay), I'm very thankful that 102 people have decided I'm cool enough to be followed.  LOL.  :P 

I'd always planned to give away a bottle of Essie Viva La Vespa for this occasion, but unfortunately with our current situation, I can't justify international shipping.  I suppose I could do a giveaway for US readers only, but that doesn't seem very fair.  As soon as our job situation improves, I swear I'm going to have a giveaway.  :)

Thanks again for reading my little blog.  It's something I get a lot of enjoyment out of, and I'm glad you're here. 


Unknown said...

Congrats on the big 100! And like I tell my readers, I would rather have 10 readers who really enjoy my blog than 300 who it's just one more on their list of ignored blogs!

P.S. I love your blog!

Liz (iceomatic's nails) said...

Congrats!! :)

Kirsten (The Dutch Nail Blog) said...

Congrats on the big 100!
Don't worry about giveways. Sure they are fun but it shouldn't be an obligation. You blog because you think it's fun, we follow you because we like what you are doing. No giveway required.
And if you do feel like you need to, you can always have a 'first pay check on the new job' giveway later. ;)

Unknown said...

It's nice you remember your international readers ;)

Lucy said...

Congrats on all your Followers! I don't think you need to do a giveaway right now. When your situation improves you can pick the time. Don't worry about it all.

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