Dear Santa, I Can Explain…

This is a Christmas party! if you don’t my friend, you need to.

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https://yadadarcyyada.com/2016/12/08/dear-santa-i-can-explain/With the Christmas lights on, it’s less dangerous. Here we are now, entertain us. I feel dazed, not contagious. Here we are now, entertain us…I’m worse at what I do best And for this gift, I feel blessed… Our little blogging group has always been. And always will until the end. HoHo, HoHo, HoHo, HoHo, HoHo, HoHo. Ummm, Smells like Christmas spirit?

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In a kind of Welcome-to-the-Christmas-Jungle-type way, it’s been a strange few weeks, so Dear Santa, I Can Explain….

1. I’ve fought a prolonged battle with a vicious cold, it almost won, until I released my dragons, ok, it was chicken soup, but it was epic.

https://yadadarcyyada.com/2016/12/08/dear-santa-i-can-explain/2. I overindulged in great gently used ‘finds’, tea with seniors, and raffles – if loving Christmas Bazaars is wrong, I don’t wanna be right.

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3. I fell out of bed (and not in a fun way), luckily no serious injuries, but it…

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  1. Than you kindly for the reblog, April. I know everyone’s busy around this time of year so I thought this would be a fun, easy way to get together and it’s my Christmas card to my readers. Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season. Thanks again and I hope you can drop back and leave some links to your posts. 🙂 All the best, always.

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  2. Hi,
    April. I was born in April on the 27th. That was nice of you to reblog Donna’s blog party.
    I met you at Donna’s blog party. Maybe you can check out my blog if you need a blogging tip or two. That’s what I write about. For example, I recently wrote How to Get 842 page views to your blog in less than a day
    http://www.mostlyblogging.com/get-842-page-views-to-your-blog/
    I also have several blog parties each month like Donna.
    Janice

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    1. Nice meeting you. I like to share bloggers I like with bloggers who follow me. I wonder about some of the tips in this article. I have noticed writing about blogging always seem to get the reads. My blog is much more varied. So are my readers, now that I think of it. Always good to know an expert or two.

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