TheRealSharon's Blog

{January 15, 2011}   January 15th, 2011

A wise person told me yesterday not to put so much pressure on myself and that my blogs didn’t have to be always be long and deep and she is absolutely right. Which is why my blog for today was a survey all about me so people can just enjoy getting to know me…it wasn’t at all “deep” BUT it is a little long so read as much of it as you want or all…it doesn’t matter.

It’s posted under the name of “Getting to know me” and hopefully, no one has any problems locating it because I, myself, AM having problems locating it…..Guess there’s more I still have yet to know about wordpress….~sighs~

Here’s a link to it since I can’t figure out how to help people find it quicker:

Getting to know me « TheRealSharon’s Blog.

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