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Monday, July 21, 2014

ANNOUNCEMENT: Penny's Jigsaw Blog is Now "puzzlemomma.com"!!!

Today I am happy to announce that "Penny's Jigsaw Blog" will now be known as "Puzzle Momma" and has it's own dedicated domain at www.puzzlemomma.com!  But don't worry, if you still have pennysjigsawblog.blogspot.com bookmarked for this blog you will be redirected to the new site.

I am very excited about the recent changes to the blog.  These changes are allowing me to expand the scope and focus of the blog from just jigsaw puzzles to a much more broad spectrum of topics.  Now I will be able to share many more things from my daily life that I couldn't before....stuff about my children, cooking / recipes, books, TV and movies, etc.  

For those of you who have been following me for a while, I hope that you will continue to do so (and get involved....comment too!), and that many more new friends will join us soon!

Thank you everyone for your patience, and of course to Jessica for all her invaluable help!

Puzzle Momma


3 comments:

  1. I updated it on my blog - congrats! :)

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    1. Thank you very much! You might want to consider doing this for yours too. Godaddy.com is having a huge sale on domain names. If you sign up for a two-year deal, it will be $2.99 for the first year, and then $14.99 for the second year. Pretty reasonable. I'm fairly sure frozencokefridays.com would be available. Then you can just redirect your blogspot blog to your new domain. It's pretty cool!

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  2. Haha! I do own www.frozencokefridays.com, that's why I was congratulating YOU on such a big blogging step! :)

    Go Daddy runs that deal frequently, I jumped on it last year and just renewed for the $14.99 price. I blog through Wordpress, and I think they wanted a little extra money to disable the frozencokefridays.wordpress.com domain name, and it just didn't seem worth it to me. Whenever I refer to my blog (like on my Instagram profile), I just use my domain name without the wordpress part. :)

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