Be a “Top Momma”

May 8, 2008 at 5:14 pm 1 comment

I'm a Top Mommma!

So, I’m on a Top Momma Roll this week, walking in the footsteps of my bloggite friend, Karla. It’s really just a game to see how long you can stay a “Top Momma”.  We’re all “Top Mommas” in my book.  But the more links we spread, the higher google ratings go, and the more Christian Momma Love we spread, so share the link love and do a few clicks, make Google-world a better place.  I’m all for that.  Links=better blog ratings.  Link often, link much, talk about one another by link and name and blog name…it all helps improve Chrisitan Google ratings with great blogs and articles that can help people all over the world, just by you being you!

Visit the Top Momma website and check out some great Momma blogs; while you are there be sure to click my coffee mugs photo icon to keep me a Top Momma as many days or times as you feel compelled…the fun is apparently to see how long you can stay a “Top Momma”. This one day is enough for me, but it’s a bit of fun.  I submitted my info a few months ago and just now got on the roll, so it can take a while, but go on and sign up while you’re there!

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  • 1. karla ~ looking towards heaven  |  May 8, 2008 at 9:09 pm

    I think I lasted for less than a day when I was on ~snort~ and it did take a little bit of forever to get on!

    xo ~k

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