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Thursday, December 2, 2010

I Need Guest Bloggers For Christmas Around The World, and I Did Something I Said I Wouldn't

Some of you have noticed that I removed Entrecard from my blogs. I know you noticed because you have been emailing me, asking where it went. It has been gone for about a month, and I swore I would not put it back. Well I put it back LOL. Not because my traffic died, it didn't. Not because my PR fell, it didn't. But because I miss reading all the blogs I used to read. There was no way for me to remember to check them all, without logging into Entrecard. So it is back on three of my blogs, but only for limited usage. I won't drop 300 drops, and I will only drop blogs I know and trust. If they have popups, redirects, or malware, I will be never dropping them again.

I am hoping to find some guest bloggers who are willing to share their Christmas traditions in their home countries. We are obviously in the US, and I am teaching my children about Christmas around the world. It would be nice to have a few international friends willing to share their traditions and customs. Nothing fancy, and it doesn't have to be real long. I will post free links to your blog or site, for those who participate, for one year on this blog. If you are interested please email me at melissaruede@yahoo.com or leave me a comment here with contact info so I can contact you.

Photos are of the kids that I took, and DJ took one of me and Caitlin. It was extremely windy, that is why I am holding my hair down. I feel like Winnie the Pooh in the Blustery Day. BTW I am not nearly as photogenic as my children are. Ugh I don't like pictures.

8 comments:

Veronica Lee said...

I would love to share but we only go to the midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, exchange gifts and that's about it. Being Chinese,the only occasions that we celebrate traditionally are the Chinese New Year and Mooncake festival.

Melissa said...

Thank you and I would love for you to be a guest blogger when it gets time for Chinese New Year.

The Rheinlander's said...

I like the new holiday design! I'm looking forward to the Christmas around the world post!
~Melissa
http://www.mnmrhienlander.blogspot.com

Veronica Lee said...

I'm Malaysian, Chinese and Catholic! Our Chinese New Year celebration is kinda different - not truly traditional. As Christians, we do not practise the taboos and superstitions that are linked to the celebration (there are many, believe me!). And as Malaysian, I noticed we celebrate it differently than others!! But I do have a mooncake festival post to share @ http://ofmiceandramen.blogspot.com/2009/08/moon-cake-festival.html

Femmepower said...

Hey, melissa, i haven't checked u out for some time. I've been idle these couple of weeks. i just sleep most of the time after my nightshift job. sigh.
well i'm glad to see your pictures again with your kids. best regards and happy holidays!

Melissa said...

Veronica Lee, thank you and I will check it out and use in the future. Rochelle, I worked full time nights for twenty years, trust me I know what you mean. Melissa, thank you.

Laane said...

An account of our december present tradition will be mailed to you....now.

Melissa said...

Thank you, Laane, I got it. I will be posting it soon.

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