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My 100th Post - And A Give-To!

This is officially my 100th post and I'd like to thank everyone that reads my blog. It's been so much fun learning all about the blogosphere and meeting you guys online. I think it would just be so awesome if we could all get together in person one day!

In honor on my 100th post, instead of hosting a giveaway, I'd like to host a give-to! What's that, you say? I know everyone loves getting presents, but I thought I'd try something a little different. For every person that leaves a comment on this post, I'll contribute a dollar to the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, up to $100. That's a dollar for each individual, not each post, so don't go crazy and post like 100 posts on my blog...hee hee hee...

Here's to lots more fun - and remember to feel your boobies!

Comments

  1. How cool are you for doing this!!! I totally support it... and that picture... is AMAZING!

    Where's it from?

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  2. One hundred posts...congratulations!

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  3. I love this! My grandmother died of breast cancer, so thank you! :)

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  4. Congrats on your 100th post. This is an amazing idea!!

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  5. what a great idea! 100 posts-that's awesome! my grandmother had breats cancer but had a double mastectomy and she is a survivor-thank you!

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  6. This is an awesome idea! Yay for 100!!

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  7. Yay...for the 100th post!
    i just found your blog today! I love the picture...I'm all about savin' the TATA'S!!! Have a great week!!

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  8. OMG how did I miss the part about you giving $100 for every individual who posts! YOUR AWESOME, breast cancer runs in our family on both sides...and my grandma is a breast cancer survivor! THIS IS A GREAT POST!!

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  9. Congrats on your 100th post! I love your give to idea!

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  10. Congratulations on your 100th post! This is such a wonderful thing you are doing!!

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  11. congrats on your 100th post and what a great way to celebrate it. I love your blog.

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  12. Great idea southern! I saw you were doing this and had to go and forgot to leave a comment! So thoughtful!

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  13. What a lovely thing to do!! Congrats on your 100th...

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  14. That is awesome what you are doing!

    Congrats on the 100th post.

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  15. what an awesome way to celebrate your 100th!

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  16. congrats on 100! what a cool image!!!

    here's to you getting 100 comments!

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  17. What a great idea!! Thanks for the tag, I just posted it today!!

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  18. What a great cause! That's so generous of you!! Hope you get to 100!!

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  19. What a great idea!!! Congratulations on your 100th post. I found you through "Mom On The Run".

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  20. Great idea and so creatively done. You go, Girl!

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  21. Well I will finally get around to commenting... Save the tatas :)

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  22. i just found your blog and think this is a fantastic idea!

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  23. What a great idea! Congratulations on your 100th blog! And kudo's for your philanthropy!

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  24. Read about this on Lisa's blog and had to come over and respond -- it's so great that you're doing this!

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  25. I'm not sure when your deadline is but I really hope you get the remaining comments you "need"!

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  26. Great post! Yay for supporting boobies!!

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  27. What a great way to pay it forward!

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  28. i love this idea and want to do my part (:

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  29. GOOD LUCK!!! What a great thing you are doing!

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