The 123 Rules:
1. Pick up the book nearest you with at least 123 pages. (No cheating!)
2. Turn to page 123.
3. Count the first five sentences.
4. Post the next three sentences in the comments section of this blog and on your site.
5. Tag five other bloggers.
Copy and paste this entire post from our site to your site with your addition
Since I, Shelley (http://www.wahmuniversity.blogspot.com/), have now been tagged by Grant here is my addition:
And we get responses back...hunches...like e-mails in our intuition inbox. If we act on these hunches, things usually turn out for the better." "Mmm," Jeremy said. (From The One Minute Millionaire) Shelley
This is who I am tagging.
SlyGuy - http://slyvisions.com/
Gerri - http://whereisthatmoney.blogspot.com/
Maria P - http://blogging-dog.blogspot.com/
Amazing Mr Nerd - http://www.surefireseoblog.com/
Jeremy Neal - http://www.struckintraffic.blogspot.com/
Thursday, February 7, 2008
The 123 Rules:
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