THANK YOU so much for visiting each day and sending me those I-laughed-out-loud comments. I LOVE COMMENTS and hope you will continue to leave them. I've created a convenient link post today to the 100 bachelor stories starting with Bachelor #1.
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I'm having trouble getting the mini poll installed right now but you can click on the links below to review - if you're in the mood for love, that is.
LEAVE A COMMENT casting a vote for your favorite bachelor.
Focus on the less superficial stuff, not how tall or suave or sexy you want your prospect to be.
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