A good practice should not be killed

If you have been on this challenge from the beginning, you certainly can recall our very good practice of welcoming our new members. It was usually exciting to receive them; and we all dashed to their sites to say ‘welcome!’.

Somehow we haven’t done that for a while; and many sweet bloggers have come in without a smile from anybody.

We need to stop that don’t we? We are people who love; whose hearts are full of the milk of human kindness. We love people and love to be nice. In this light we are reviving our practice of welcoming our new members who are also coming in large numbers. All we have to do is to visit and welcome them into our team. If your hands are full, welcome one or two. Those who have more time are encouraged to go further by visiting more; and why not all?. Tell them on behalf of the community how happy you are to have them with us.

Thanks for being so nice.
These are the 11 newest members:

1. imnotsurebut
Colette Merrill
https://cmwrites.com

2. imnotsurebut
14 hourswhatithinkiknownet.wordpress.com
Colette Merrill
https://cmwrites.com
billcolette@gmail.com

3.therebelyellers
The Rebel Yellers
https://therebelyellers.wordpress.com/

4. Zaiyd
zaiyd.wordpress.com
https:// zaiyd.wordpress.com
E-mail: zaiyed.1611@gmail.com
Insta: https://www.instagram.com/zaiyd._/?hl=en

5. Biljana Hutchinson
biljanahutchinson.com
Biljana Hutchinson
https://biljanahutchinson.com/blog/
email is: biljana.hutchinson@gmail.com.

6. Someone
crystal amay
https://crystalamay.wordpress.com/ .

7. My Heart Your Shelter
My Heart Your Shelter
https://myheartyourshelter.wordpress.com

8. flyingcolours603
https://flyingcolours603.wordpress.com/
My blog name is
LETS FLY TOGETHER TO LIGHT,SKY FOR LOVE,FREEDOM,PEACE

9. Belle
http://www.readbetweenthelyme.com
Email: readbetweenthelyme@gmail.com
Twitter: @Readbetweenthelyme
FB: Read Between the Lyme

10. My Heart Your Shelter
https://myheartyourshelter.wordpress.com

11. J L Hunt
https://huntsclubhouse.wordpress.com/

Happy blogging!

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