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Learning from Duramax: 8.14.11

I have a photo a day blog. I use it as a sort of gratitude journal. I learn from my sweet dog each day. I explain it here. Each week I will post my week in pictures. Also it is a great way to reflect on Sunday. I hope you enjoy.








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  1. Cute dog :) New follower from the weekend hop, have a great rest of your weekend!

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  2. What a great way to learn to enjoy life!! ~KM

    Hop'in by from 'Boost My Blog Friday Blog Hop'.

    I'm following your blog now, wont you please

    come and follow me back?? ~KM

    Krafty Max Originals

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  3. I love living in gratitude! I do a 'Sunday Moment of Gratitude' on my blog! :)

    Newest follower, hopping over from Alexa Hop.

    XoXo

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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  4. oh how we love our 2 doggies too!!!

    hello! stopping by from the Monday Alexa hop!
    http://www.mysocalblog.com
    have a great day!

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  5. im also making a quick visit from the Alexa hop.

    Have a great week ahead
    http://momdaughterstyle.blogspot.com/

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  6. love that pic of the doggie sleeping on his back! cuteness!

    Visiting you from the Alexa Hop over at A Helicopter Mom! Would love it if you'd visit and follow & comment for me back! I am hosting a Locomotion of Giving contest you can pay to participate and it will start December 1st and end on Christmas Eve. I will start promoting it Sept 1st! There are packages you can pay to promote your social media (Twitter, Blog, Facebook!) It will be 5$ for single entry method, 9$ for two, and 13 for all three! The cash prize depends on how many people particpate. The winner will be awarded with an Amazon gift card. You are welcome to enter too, of course. If you know anyone that would like to enter with you, and be promoted please pass the info on! Just comment on the blog, facebook or DM me on twitter to tell me your interested. (Please leave your email address, there will be a 2$ non-refundable signup fee, that will be discounted from your cost later. IE if you want one social media boost and you pay the 2$ signup fee, you will owe 3$ later and so forth.) I am compiling a list and will send invoices on Nov 20th will be the last day to signup! You may also contact me via my blog @ Locomotion of Expressions where it says "Contact" underneath the header! Thanks so much! Hope you'll visit us, even if you choose not to particpate. Am now following you!

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