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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

A New Flirty Wedding Blog Roll for the San Francisco Bay Area

What's new on the Flirty Blog? If you look about midway down on the right hand side bar of this blog you'll see a new blog roll. The list is comprised of Flirty Guide Professionals and contains the ten most recent posts made by them on their company blogs.

I'd noticed that Blogger had added this feature a few months back but what with everything going on with helping my cousin Tami adding one here was put on my things "to do" later list. Yesterday I was reading Robbie Schlosser's blog for the Magnolia Jazz Band and saw he had added a blog roll to his blog. Robbie has a thoughtful blog that delves into his career in the entertainment industry as well as some philosophical musings about how to be the best business person one can be.

It was a great reminder to add one here so here it is and this is how it works... Even though I have more then ten blogs listed on my blog roll only the ten blogs that have the most recent postings will be displayed in the side bar. This keeps things very current for my readers so that you can always catch the latest and greatest wedding and lifestyle news here on The Flirty Blog.

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