The Bachelor: Jason Mesnick Puts Up Website For Single Parents
The Bachelor: Jason Mesnick Puts Up Website For Single Parents
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
The Bachelor 13 may have wrapped up but that doesn't mean that Jason Mesnick has completely lost touch with his fans. Most recently, the single dad has decided to launch Jasonsplace.com, a website dedicated to help single parents across the country.

When I decided to check out Jasonsplace.com, it wasn't working for some reason.  Perhaps there was a technical error or the website is not yet operational. But Jason did confirm this new project on his Facebook page, along with some updates about Bachelor runner-up Molly Malaney, whom he chose after dumping winner Melissa Rycroft.



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"We just put up the new site! It's still very rough, but a good start. I'll be communicating with people over there. Would love to chat with you," Jason wrote on his blog. "I'm so happy and excited to launch Jason's Place, and I'd like to make sure that you are all involved and updated."

"These past few years have been a roller coaster for me. Life has lead me to a place where I truly want to be able to reach out and share experiences with a group of people that I genuinely relate to and care about. My goal is for Jason's Place to become the most trusted place for single parents to come for advice, connections, honesty, and even a laugh."

Meanwhile, there have been talks about some turbulence in Jason and Molly's relationship. Word on the street is that Molly was scheduled to fly to Jason's hometown in Seattle for the Easter weekend where she will supposedly break up with the Bachelor star. But is seems that it's all gossip as Jason and Molly are still going strong.

"Hey everyone, Molly & I had a fantastic weekend together. Molly's posted on Jasonsplace.com under "Jason & Molly." We will be primarily blogging on JP.com. I'll keep people posted on my myspace and facebook pages, but most of my time will be spent on the website," Jason wrote.


 
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Jason Mesnick's Facebook page
(Image courtesy of ABC)

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