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So I joined Twitter again. I had an acount about a year ago, but never did anything with it, so I deleted it. But, now that so many of you are on Twitter, I thought I'd better join again. If you want to follow me, you can find me at greenbeanblog (my whole name wouldn't fit-how sad is that?) Happy Twittering!:)

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  1. YAY--twitter away! :D I looove it.

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  2. i just joined twitter recently and i check it a few times a day but i am not nearly as addicted to it as I am to my google reader or gmail. it is just something i do once or twice a day.

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  3. I can't find you. :*( I'm: junklekennedy

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  4. I think I should join twitter.

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  5. Rhonda-I'm following you!:)

    Erika Lynn-That makes me feel better-maybe I won't check it all the time! (I'm addicted to checking my blog list though)

    Jessica-I found you!

    Liviania-Yes, give in to the peer pressure!:) haha

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  6. Thanks for finding me on Twitter! Look forward to tweeting with you! :-)

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