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New Blog Segment: Ask the Sasster

Hey Yall! I'm working on a new segment on the blog and I need your help! I'm planning a sassy take on an advice column where we can all ask advice from our favorite Sasster. 

Here are some examples:

"Dear Sasster, my dog Sookie won't eat her dog food. How can I get her to eat?"

"Dear Sasster, my brother keeps taking my toys without asking. What should I do?"

"Dear Sasster, my mama makes me go to room time but I get bored. What do you do in room time?"

Get the idea? All G-rated questions are fair game and I, the Mama, reserve the right to sensor any questions I feel inappropriate for any reason I choose. 

You can submit your questions in the following ways:

*By leaving a comment below

*Email: carriemwiley[at]gmail[dot]com

*Leaving me a comment or sending a PM on facebook 

I'd like to collect a lot to have a good stock of them so feel free to submit more than one! Let me know if you have any questions! 

**Please include your first or last name or a nickname with your question. Any anonymous question I will either assign a name of my choice to or the question will be discarded.

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