Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Tori Spelling and the Boston Globe

Hey all... and don't worry, there's a bunch of posts coming in the next couple of days. I'll be caught up to April!!! Woo hoo!!!

Meanwhile, I'm famous... in Boston, anyway.

It's an article all about blogging. Figured it'd be stupid not to post it here.


Anonymous said...

So, Little Harold has a blog too?

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Uh, hey there xanax. Nice comment. A little disturbed by it. Everyone, sing with me now..."Which of these things is not like the other, which of these things doesn't belong..."

Missing you Courtney!

A faceless internet reader from YSC.

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Kairol said...


Thanks for posting this article. I can totally relate to Tori Spelling moments, and I'm happy to come across your blog. Come visit mine if you have a chance, and share your wit!

Another blogger in the "greater community,"
Kairol Rosenthal

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Rachel said...

Just wanted to say hi to fellow cancer survivors. I just celebrated 1 year since my breast cancer diagnosis. At just 31 and a mom with 2 small kids it was definitely unexpected to find out I had breast cancer. I made it through a tough year and now that I’m feeling better I just wanted to get the word out and help as many as possible. It’s so important for young people to be their own advocates. 3 different doctors thought I had a cyst, but I persisted, and luckily it was caught early. I still had to have a bilateral mastectomy and chemo.

I blogged and vlogged (made YouTube videos) during and after my surgeries and treatment. If you know of anyone going through breast cancer please send them my way if they have any questions or just want to chat.

In honor of Breast Cancer month I have a giveaway on my blog. Yoplait and Susan G Komen put together a nice gift pack of VIP coupons for FREE Yoplait Greek Yogurt, a pink leather journal and pen, and an awareness charm bracelet.
In addition, Yoplait will make a $25 donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® on behalf of the winner.

Have a nice day,
Rachel (Cha Ching Queen)

Jodypag said...

Being famous is good right?! Your one of the websites I have enjoyed reading over the months, websites like this and have been so helpful and given me great insight and hope!

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Cameron VSJ said...


I have a quick question for you regarding your blog, but I couldn't find your contact information. Do you think you could send me an email whenever you get a chance?