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Confessions of a Blog Addict

I have a confession to make. I am blog addict. I read blogs of people I went to college with who probably wouldn't remember who I am, even if they would play the bod book game. I have Google Reader set up on our home page so I don't waste an hour of the day just clicking through all of the blogs I read. Now I can use that time to post on our own blog. Since I read many blogs, I thought it would only be fair for me to post my own. Now time will tell if I become a blogger addict. Quite frankly I have no clue what I am going to deem "blog worthy." Who wants to read about the life of a high school teacher?And there always is the possibility that a student may stumble across this blog, so I have to keep that in mind too. Well, here is the first one.

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!


Amanda said…
All right! I too am addicted to reading blogs, so I'm glad for another one!
Cheryl said…
What? how can you read blogs of people that don't know you? Tell me the trick- this takes my nosiness to a new level. This will give me something to do when I don't have plans- wait, I live in Northern New Brunswick, that means all the time... Denise- you've saved my life!!!!!!

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