Sunday, March 11, 2012

Celebration Giveaway Second Chance

Unfortunately, Maria did not claim her prize.  So...

Instead of just having a re-draw, I've decided to give a second chance for you ALL to win our blog Celebration Giveaway.  I will re-draw from all entries left on today's post.  Winner will be posted here on my blog Friday, March 16.  Good luck!  I will draw from past entries and comments left on today's post will be worth 5 entries.  =)  You can see the original Celebration Giveaway rules by clicking below:
CELEBRATION GIVEAWAY



Here's what you do:

1.  Of course, you must be a blog follower (GFC).
2.  Leave a comment here, telling me if you celebrate St. Patrick's Day - and if you do, your most memorable St. Paddy's Day celebration.

Me?  I've never really celebrated, and sometimes, I even forget to wear green (oops!).  But I've heard some really funny stories about green beer...

8 comments :

Christie Cottage said...

Woohoo!! Entering!

Thanks!


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Powers Of Love said...

I don't really celebrate.... although I do like pinching people who aren't wearing green. Watch out Kim! >pinch pinch pinch <
Ha ha ha ha ha... *runs away **

Mohala said...

Most memorable St Paddy's day would have to be when me and a bunch of my friends had a green water balloon fight at school, totally not allowed but so much fun! we did of course end up wet green and in detention, but worth it just to see all the green slashes on the sidewalk the next few days! lol

Ruth Welter said...

These are absolutely adorable....lovely work.

Ruth

Tak said...

Never really celebrated it either! I almost ALWAYS forget to wear green!! I'm a follower now.

jhitomi said...

GFC follower as jhb. I've never really celebrated St. Pat's day, except when I remember to wear green. However, I do remember when I was little always wanting those McDonalds green shakes. Do they still make them? Would love one now.

jhbalvin at gmail dot com

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wisegirl203 said...

Great work! :) Too bad this contest is over.

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