The site link you gave under your recent response is NOT the right one! That will lead everyone to the Main Candle Site and not to the F2F portion of the Candle Site! (Posts made there would be very difficult for anyone to uncover!)
If they reference the site you list at the top of this board .... http://bit.ly/bcGLFD .....they will get to the right section and be with "Friends"! (It is our own space!!!)
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Haylen...Candle Site CorrectionThe site link you gave under your recent response is <b>NOT the right one</b>!<br />That will lead everyone to the <i><b>Main </b>Candle Site </i>and not to the <b><i>F2F portion</i></b> of the Candle Site! (Posts made there would be very difficult for anyone to uncover!)<br /><br />If they reference the site you list at the top of this board .... <a rel="nofollow" href="http://bit.ly/bcGLFD">http://bit.ly/bcGLFD</a> .....they will get to the right section and be with "Friends"! (It is our <u>own space</u>!!!)<br /><br />Blessings.<br />Rachael
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