Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Music To Make Write To, with Chris Phillips

I'm over at Chris Phillips' blog today sharing three songs which get me in the mood for writing! Would love to see you there! :o)

PS: Taking tomorrow off from blogging. See you Thursday!


13 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great songs on Chris Phillip's blog, Jessica.

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  2. Off to check it out! Enjoy your Wednesday. :)

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  3. Great song choices! NIN has always been a cool band for me. Love their sound, Aimee's too. But I'll be checking out more Porno for Pyros.

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  4. Found you from the A-Z Blogging Challenge, it sounds like it’s going to be so much fun and I can’t wait to get started!! I’m now following your blog on GFC and I hope you have a chance to check out my blog and maybe follow me back!!
    Monica
    http://oldermommystillyummy.blogspot.com/

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  5. Enjoy your day off and I posted your video Wednesday :)
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  6. found you via Jules! she's such a good blog buddy! will check back again later. Shannon

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  7. It's easy to snap at someone if you don't feel well or if you are under pressure, but it's no excuse.

    When dealing with people that I know who tend to fly off the handle at times, and I know it's part of their personality, I try to learn to deal with it, instead of taking it as a personal attack on me.

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