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Monday, February 2, 2009

Serious Life Magazine

I wanted you to know about this publication I’m a part of called Serious.Life Magazine. They just published the February issue today, and I am in their Featured Blog Directory. It’s a very high quality magazine… you’ll really like it.

The magazine includes a lot of great content from bloggers you’ll appreciate, as well as great features, photos and other content. The magazine is owned and published by a family who have seven kids, three adopted and one who has Leukemia (www.riggsfamilyblog.com). The magazine gives away a bunch of ads to charities and ministries. Besides great articles on interesting people, there is a lot about family, adoption, personal finance, spiritual life, humor… all sorts of “life” topics.

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Troy said...

Thanks, I think :)

In talking with Julie last week about our dossier being sent over, she said something similar. I took it like "we need to get the girl referrals moving" vs. "boys are continuing to move like a hot knife through butter."

Hopefully, the new month referrals will start soon.

Oh, since you're passing on info ... you know if the 2 people on the boys list above us already got their referrals AND they were on the girls list as well, you guys are #6 .... I know you already know that though :)

Troy said...

Sorry ... no, don't know that for sure ... I'm just thinking IF that's the case ... however, my gut would say they're on both. Especially since there are so many blanks between you and Kristi ... but it's just a hunch, I have no hard evidence ... if I do find out, you guys will be the first to know!

Troy said...


well, it all goes back to lou henson ... and the bandwagoneers that I grew up around. For the record, I have nothing against their lacrosse team :)

And, for the record, I still have friends in Chi-town that are White Sox fans ...

I hope we can we still be friends? :)

Maybe when we're all home and settled, we can do a baseball weekend up north...2010 maybe??

Also, FYI, there is a Ethiopian blog-union that happened last year in California (Drew & Carey hosted - http://web.me.com/careygrange/DrewCareyShow/Blog/Blog.html) and it is happening in Chicago this year in August ...