Saturday, May 23, 2009

Coming Soon! 100th Post Giveaway!

I'm closing in on post number 100! You know what that means, don't you? The 100th post is celebrated with a handmade give-a-way! Now, I dabble in just about everything, so the possibilities are pretty nearly endless. Nine more posts, that's it! I'll decide between now and then, but I'm kind of leaning towards jewelry. What do you think? I guess I'm going to have to break down and load my photos onto someone else's computer to get this done! Maybe for a celebration, I'll just buy a new computer.

Time should pass quickly, there is so much going on! SO much to write about! Within the next thirty days; 1.) We will decorate a nursery; 2.) Our first Granddaughter will arrive to join our three Grandsons; 3. & 4.)We will have a Bridal Shower and a College Graduation Party; 5.) Our youngest son will marry; 6.)We'll have eight birthdays {at least, if I'm counting right} {including mine!}; 7.) We'll celebrate Fathers' Day, and . . . and . . . There must be more, there are still days on the calendar without commitments! Have to be oversights!

So . . .I'm thinking the giveaway will be . . .maybe . . .a pearl necklace, or maybe a silver bracelet, or maybe a necklace made with the new technique that I learned when I took the class from Robin Dudley-Howes, down at Gilding the Lily in Fullerton.

Here's how the giveaway will work . . . starting now, comment on a post, and I will put all of your names into a hat and draw a name three days after the 100th post! {Only one entry per post will count though. So theoretically, you can enter nine times if you comment on each post from now till Number 100!} I'll follow the comment link back to you for notification. If I'm not able to {for instance if you don't have a blog}, you'll need to check back to see if you've won. Sound good?


  1. thanks for dropping by on Random and putting your name on the prize draw for the Austen so I am now putting my name down for those lovely pearls!!

  2. Debbi,

    How on earth did you make it down to Gilding the Lily and I not know? I live 10 minutes from there and can be found there several times a week!! akkk... I so wish I'd known you were here!!!


  3. I'm grateful you stopped by and enjoyed the Devon Cream Tea post!
    I will have to post some scone recipes soon - a good scone is hard to beat and the secret of course is to eat it immediately after baking.

    Congrats. on your upcoming 100th post. Your sweet gift of pearls would be awesome - please enter my name!!

    Hugs - Mary ACROSS THE POND