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The Canadian Blog Awards Round 2

Dear Friends,
Whatever He Says has made it to round 2 of the Canadian Blog Awards in the category of Best Religious Blog! This is very exciting.

To vote, go to http://cdnba.wordpress.com/ and click on the voting tab.

Also check out Chewing the Fat at www.davehingsburger.blogspot.com Dave's blog made it to round 2, too, in the categories of Best Activist Blog and Best Blogosphere Citizen. It was Dave who nominated Whatever He Says for Best Religious Blog. Thank you Dave!

Thank you to all who voted and if you enjoy Whatever He Says, I hope you vote again.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Congradulations... 2 victories in one week..

LL

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