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Saying it Forward.

Today I wanted to highlight one of my bloggy friends. I am actually lucky enough to also be real live friends with this blogger. We even live pretty close hehe. Her name is Ruthanne and you can visit her blog here.
I am highlighting her blog today for a few reasons. First I really like her and think she is a great friend and has always been very supportive of my blog, second we were given a BlogFrog Community Leader assignment to highlight a blog that we respect and like to read, and third I have been seeing other bloggers do this and I think it is really COOL!

So I asked Ruthanne the author of ***Live, Laugh,Love*** a few questions and here is what she had to say.

Why did you start blogging?
One of her friends was really after her to get a blog started because that particular friend was going to be moving and wanted a way to keep up with what was going on with her. She started looking into the whole blogging thing and really loved the idea of an online journal to help her keep track of little things that she took pictures of but may not have had time to write them down in her personal journal.

Why did you name your blog ***Live, Laugh, Love***
She really loves this saying. It is in her home and it is a great saying and why not name her blog that as well.

Things that I think make her unique. She is a stay at home mom of four. She is very determined. She is a great cook. She is also a really good example.

Thanks Ruthanne for letting me spotlight you. I am going to keep this up it is really fun!! You should try it too!!


Big Mama Cass said…
That is very sweet of you. Cool :) Will check her out.
R Clan said…
***blushing*** Thanks Brandie. You are very sweet.
Amanda said…
So sweet... I am off to share the love!

God bless-
Kristi said…
what a fun idea! All true about Ruthanne...what a great person! Brandie, you do a great job with your blog!
Joni said…
That was really sweet of you. She is a great person.
*~Petra~* said…
Nice shout out! She IS awesome! :)

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