Tuesday, March 18, 2014

600th Post Giveaway!

Technically, this is my 599th post, but with the garage sale coming up I thought I should get started.

I have two items for the winner to choose from. I hope you don't mind regifting. The first is a kabob grilling basket. Mom gave it to us for Christmas, apparently forgetting that she gave us the same thing last year. The second is a Jim Shore Easter basket that I bought for my daughter and she totally rejected it. Since I have a similar one, I don't need this one although I think this one is really cute. But mom made mine, sooo....

To enter, just leave me a comment and make sure your email thingy is turned on so I can contact you. I'll draw the winner Friday afternoon.





9 comments:

Chris said...

Hi Marti, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

jeanga6 said...

Aren't parents fun when it comes to gifts? My mom did the same thing to me this last year.

Cheyenne said...

Good luck with your yard sale. I have always wanted to have a yard sale because Lord knows we have enough stuff for a week long sale and then some. However, we just never get around to organizing one.

Pat said...

I just discovered Jim Shore at Christmas time. I bought the Angel with Navity for myself and my mom. I also bought a sheep. Both have great quilt designs. Thanks for the chance to win.

Renea said...

Congrats on the 600th post. There is nothing wrong with re-gifting. I call that being smart!

Kate said...

Congrats on your almost 600th post!

Grandma K said...

Congratlations on your 600th. I am looking forward to the next (hopefully) 6000th!

Marti said...

The organizing is definitely the hard part. I thought the sale and dealing with confusion would be hard, but it was easy on Friday. We were rained out on Saturday.

Marti said...

I really would have to have another 50 years to get to 6000. But I'm looking forward to 700 now.