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Voting Almost Over in the Canadian Blog Awards


December 1st Voting is DONE! Only 4 days left to vote in the Canadian Blog Awards Canadian Blog Awards 2012


If you enjoy reading here, PLEASE click the link above to vote for this blog under the Best Religion Philosophy category.

And  please consider voting for faithful reader, fellow writer and blogger, Dave Hingsburger's blog, Rolling Around in My Head in the categories of Best Personal Blog and Best Health Blog,

You can only vote once, but do not have to be Canadian to vote.

Comments

Thanks Belinda - hopefully we'll be on the red carpet together!!
Belinda said…
You never know! :)The excitement is building. :)
Anonymous said…
Well I voted for both of you - so all the best.
Belinda said…
THANK you Anon! Perhaps you'll have reason to buy a new dress! :)

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