Name: margalit
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Friday, July 27, 2007

Baking bonanza for blogathon

Blogathon blogathon blogathon. You've heard it before. You're going to hear it a lot more over the next couple of days. Blogathon. See, I promise you're going to hear so much more of it that you're just gonna give up and SPONSOR ME. Yes, me.

You know you want to.

You know you should

You know it's the right thing to do.

You know it's for the CHILDREN!

You know I'm going to slobber you with love if you sponsor me.

You know I'm going all grumpy on you if you don't.

So... what are you waiting for? Sponsor me. Honest, it's gonna be worth it. You'll meet my crazy roomate from college, Dawn. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll gasp in horror as I tell you story after story of travel nightmares with Dawn.

It's so gonna be worth a few bucks for Children's Hospital. For the children. The sick children.

Oh, and if I reach my goal of $500, I'm gonna post the video of me imitating Kelly Clarkson. So.... Sponsor Me. You know you want to see it.

No more nagging for a few hours. I've got challah rising, a coffee cake cooling off, and cookies in the oven. Little Ms Margalit Crocker over here.

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