Sunday, May 22, 2011

it's here! it's here! - now closed!

sewmamasew's giveaway day has arrived!   if you're new here, welcome!

i love giveaway day.  mostly because i usually win!  i have scored some fabulous stuff and made a few friends along the way - what's not to love!

because i am trying to do the craft book challenge at liesl made, i've been perusing my bookshelves to find projects to tackle.  and i realized i have more craft books than i will ever use.   what's the craft book challenge, you ask?

well, choose a title from your library of books, languishing on your shelves.  make a project.  any project, small or large.  post completed project.  link up at liesl made.

easy, right?  and a good kick in the pants to actually start making something, instead of spending all day getting "inspired".  ahem.

so one lucky winner will receive a copy of the book jelly roll inspirations by pam lintott.  i have several of her books, and they are wonderful!


why yes, it is a strange angle for a picture.  it was the only way i could keep the reflection off the book, since i waited until night to take pics :)



it's a great book with 12 different quilt patterns.  my favorite thing about it is that for each quilt pattern, there are two quilt variations shown.  i love seeing them made up in different fabrics.  and the fabric choices are yummy too.


those are two of my favorite patterns in the book.  to enter to win, just leave me a comment.  know any good jokes?  i could use some giggles.  here's my kid's go to joke:
why was the dog sweating?
because he was a hot dog!

or tell me your favorite quilt book.  or just say hi.  make sure i can contact you if you win!  us shipping only!  contest ends may 25th at 9pm!  ships by may 30th!  random number generator will choose the winner!

thanks for entering - i'd love it if you'd follow me but it's not required.  have fun entering all the contests!  i'm sitting this one out, because i have a history of winning.  a lot. like, an insane amount. and i'm feeling like it's y'alls turn to win some good loot.  so good luck!  and come join the craft book challenge!  or have fun looking at the flickr group!

update - do you know how HARD it is to NOT enter?!!  my facebook is blowing up with contests and i am holding strong - for now...





180 comments:

Nikki said...

I'd love a chance to win! Thanks!!!!

Just One More Thing said...

Oh boy would I love to win this lovely fabric -- this is not a joke!!!

Shana said...

I would be thrilled with this book because I have a tendency to sit all day getting inspired lol. I love books and it is so hard to put them down. It doesn't even matter what kind of book it is.

robin said...

I'd love to win your book! :) Thanks for the chance.

Skooks said...

Tammie - I love the idea of that craft book challenge! I should get in on that. There are so many projects I've been meaning to get around to . . .

I wish I had a joke to share. But like you, I'm up way too late and should be in bed. No brains left tonight, my dear.

P.S. Thanks for sitting this one out. I WOULD LOVE to win some. ;)

Jessica said...

I so need this book, I have a jelly roll and I don't know what to do with it!

As for as a joke, um, I have nothing, but it is kinda late ;)

Peach Rainbow said...

This is my favorite joke;

A couple had two little boys, ages 8 and 10, who were excessively mischievous. The two were always getting into trouble and their parents could be assured that if any mischief occurred in their town, their two young sons were involved.

The parents were at their wits end not knowing what to do about their sons' behavior. Then the mother heard that a clergyman in town had been successful in disciplining children in the past, so she asked her husband if he thought they should send the boys to speak with the clergyman.

The husband said, "We might as well. We need to do something before I really lose my temper!"

The clergyman agreed to speak with the boys. He asked to see them individually.

The 8-year-old went to meet him first. The clergyman sat the boy down and asked him sternly, "Where is God?"

The boy made no response, so the clergyman repeated the question in an even sterner tone, "Where is God?" Again the boy made no attempt to answer, so the clergyman raised his voice even more and shook his finger in the boy's face, "WHERE IS GOD? With that, the boy bolted from the room and ran directly home, slamming his door and hiding himself in his closet.

His older brother followed him into the closet saying, "What happened?"

The younger brother replied, "We are in B I G trouble this time. God is missing and they think we did it!"

Thanks for the chance :D

Heather said...

Jokes? The only ones I know are pirate jokes and they all end in arrrrgh!

Okay, pass your winning mojo on to me, girl! I've never done the SMS thing before. And I loooooove quilt books!

yorkie mom said...

I would love that book! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

Sara said...

Thank you Tammie!!! I love Material Obsession:)

SF said...

Hooray for jelly rolls!

Thanks for the chance to win :)

almondpanda AT gmail.com

Kristy said...

great giveaway! thanks!

Jess said...

haven't seen this book, only the others!

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said...

Hi! Thank you for the opportunity. I have entered a million contests it feels like and I never win anything. Maybe with you sitting this one out I will have a chance :)

Muireann said...

Two silk worms were in a race - it was a tie. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

Maggie said...

Hi! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

Lisa said...

i have been a follower for a year now i have seen that book and would love to win thanks for the giveaway!

Jodie said...

I would love to win this. I think I'm funny.. but yet can't seem to think of any jokes. :)

Samantha said...

Thanks for the excellent giveaway...and for letting some of us unluckies in on the goodies :)

iris said...

What's a pirate's favorite socks?
.
..
...
ARRRgyle.

Pirate jokes are the best/worst.

Sharon said...

I so wish I had a joke to share. I'll bet I think of one as soon as I hit the publish button. < Big sigh.>

Lizzie Brown said...

My dad used to tell this joke to people who came over for dinner:
One night we were sitting around the table eating bear; then someone knocked on the door and we had to get dressed.

He would just drop it casually into conversation. He's kind of crazy (it's genetic).

Kristin said...

I'd love this book!

Mitzi said...

Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

JENNIFER said...

Wow! Thanks for such a great giveaway :) I hope I win!!

Anonymous said...

I wore two different shoes out of the house this morning. That had me laughing when I looked down.
=) thank you for the giveaway.
blueberryblues5(at)gmail

debbie said...

Would love to win!

Alice said...

Hi. I am just barely starting quilting, so I would love this book. I can use all the help I can get.
kirkandalice (at) gmail (dot) com

Donna said...

I'm new to quilting so this book would come in handy! thanks for the chance to win!

kristinorth said...

Hi! LOL I'm terrible at jokes, always yammer on... Thanks for a chance to win!

kbzelazny said...

Awesome giveaway! Thanks!

Bailey said...

If you are EverReady, I'm Frito Lay. It's the only joke I know

Franstuff said...

Love the book! Now, if I can just win the book and a jellyroll.....grin. I am following you too. I think I may look into the craftbook challenge, and perhaps start using my blog while I'm at it...

April Shae said...

One thing missing from my sewing room? A sewing book!! I would love to start with this one!!

andrea creates said...

i love new craft books :)

The Monkey's Mama said...

you lucky devil, I never win~ Peach rainbow, thats the most marvelous joke ever. i'll be retelling it all week.

Marilyn said...

This looks like a wonderful book! I'm in the process of cutting my scraps into jelly rolls, so this book would be great

Jessica Jo said...

Why do gorillas have such big nostrils? Because they have big fingers!

Ella said...

I'm terrible at jokes...and someone already used my favorite pirate joke.
ellaredstar(at)gmail(dot)com

Kara said...

Great gift - I love jelly rolls!

Stephanie Granite said...

My favorite quilt book is "200 quilting tips, techniques & trade secrets" by Susan Briscoe, though it is more of a tips book then actual quilts. I also LOVE "the practical guide to patchwork" by Elizabeth Hartman

Catskill Quilter said...

What a nice giveaway prize! It is on my most wanted list! (I will be back to see what project you decide to do...)

kcenya1950 said...

i've had this book in my hands several times to buy but just didn't feel like i had the money those days. i would LOVE to win it. i love the colours of the quilts in the book.

Nanbon44 said...

great giveaway, maybe now that you are sitting out I can win something.

Jessica said...

Hi, I would love this book. Thanks.

jessica (at) homfamily (dot) com

Deborah in Atlanta said...

Like you, I've been lucky in giveaways here lately. So I have plenty of fabric and need this book to figure out what to do with some of it. I need some quick and easy quilt patterns. So hopefully I'll win. Thanks for the opportunity.

Kelly said...

This book looks like a lot of fun! I have a jellyroll or two I'm not really sure what to do with. . . I imagine this would help!

jmniffer said...

I have wondered what to do with a jellyroll; this book would be a wonderful resource. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
jmniffer at comcast dot net

Patty D from NC said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

Sharon said...

I love all my craft books and don't have a favorite, but I sure love my Schnibbles and my Amy Bulter's Style Stitches books. Thanks for the chance to win. :)

Kristi said...

Great giveaway. Thanks!
mindfulhome at gmail dot com

drmithome said...

I'm starting to collect projects books. I love looking at them and choosing the next idea.

ellen said...

I need some inspiration beyond pinterest!!! Help!

:) Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Another Fabric Addict said...

I love "The Practical Guide to Patchwork" by Elizabeth Hartman. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lisa Marie said...

I've repeated this story many times, even a few times on blogs so I hope you haven't heard it. A little boy of about 6 or 7 was telling me about his dog. He said "He's a Doberman Pinscher, but he doesn't pinch, he bites!" I think it's funny, or maybe you had to be there.

kimmysue said...

Oh boy, a book I don't already own! I would love to win your giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win. Pick me!
P.S. Here's a silly joke: What did the fish say when he hit the wall? Dam!

Greta said...

Thanks for a chance to win. I'm always looking for a new craft book because I'm just starting my collection. Right now Simplify is one of my favorites.

pianomama said...

Very cool~ have been wanting to try a jelly roll quilt for a while!

Sallie said...

Kim Brackett's Scrap-Basket Sensations is my favorite quilt book. I'd love to win the book you are giving away! Thank you for the chance!

Karin said...

Fun book, but unlike you, I never win!

bsyb said...

I would love some new quilting inspiration! BUT I would prefer to have some of your LUCK TOO. Send a sprinkle of it back to me~~

thanks

bsyb100 at gmail dot com

LisaT said...

My favorite quilt book of late is Bloom Creek quilts. THere's about 6 of them that Id love to make right away.

Missy said...

What did the girl mushroom say to the boy mushroom?

Gee, you're a fun-guy :-)

james and bess said...

great giveaway!! my fave quilting book so far is elizabeth hartman's "practical guide to patchwork." :)

bess
jbknav at hotmail dot com

Syd said...

What a fun blog. I'm enjoying seeing and reading these new blogs. Thanks for a chance to win!!!

Staci said...

I can't think of a joke, so I'll tell you about two quilt books I am currently enjoying: Simple Shapes, Spectacular Quilts by Kaffe Fassett--gorgeous photos and The Practical Guide to Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman--clever patterns and practical advice.

Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day.

Ladybug said...

Thank you for a chance to win such a great book.

lindsay's sew trying said...

I would love to learn how easy it is to use jelly rolls. :)

Jen B said...

That author is fabulous! I flip through my mom's books when I visit her.

Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother said...

My daughter's joke:

Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Ida.
Ida who?
No silly, it's IdaHO!

(we don't live in Idaho btw)

Elena said...

Yay! I have new jelly rolls, so this will be great! I love Oh Fransson's book...great basics!

Nicole said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. I'm a sucker for quilt books, I could look through them all day. My 5yr olds fav joke right now is... why was 6 afraid of 7... because 7 8 9. Yep, we hear that one a lot. :) Good luck everyone.

Deb said...

Hi! The book looks great! Thanks for the chance to win.

All Things Beautiful said...

I love kids chokes. It is so funny to hear what them crack up after telling a silly choke.

Melinda said...

Love this giveaway!

Amy said...

Looks like a terrific book, I especially like the 2nd pattern you showed. Thanks for the chance to win!

~The Bargain Babe said...

I'd be so happy to win! I only have one quilting book (just got it last month!).

JuneBug said...

I don't have a fave quilt book - I've been thinking about getting Modern Basics, but can't really decide! It would be great to win one :)

Stephanie said...

I think I caught something w/ all this blog hopping. My momma told me to be watch out. hahaha

Mom C said...

Knock, knock
Who's there?
Boo
Boo who?
Grandma why are you crying?
My 4 year old grandson's favorite joke. We do it at least once a day.
bc(underscore)hats(at)hotmail(dot)com

Jennie said...

Okay, I'll share my favorite joke from when I was 14 - 20 years ago!

What did the ocean say to the shore?

Nothing! It waved!

Still makes me laugh! Love the book - thanks for the giveaway!

Kimberly said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I have a Wonderland jelly roll that has just been hanging out waiting for the right pattern. Maybe it's in that book. :) My favorite quilting book would have to be Modern Quilt Workshop by Weeks and Bill RIngle. It was the very first quilting book I ever saw that was different. Their designs just made me itch to sew. No other quilt book had done that.

R said...

would LOVE that!
I have 2 jelly rolls languishing in my stash right now!

RP from BBC {at} gmail {dot} com

lemonadegal said...

I'd love the book -- and some of your winning luck. :)

Michelle (LemonadeGal)
ms.michelle22(at)gmail(dot)com

Phone Home Designs by ET said...

Pam's books are great and I have a couple. My favorite quilt book right now is Scrap Basket Sensations. Thanks for the chance to win!

Becca P. said...
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Becca P. said...

A poppa shark and his son were out getting dinner, when the son asked, "Dad, how come you always circle people twice before you take a bite?" The father replied, "Because they taste better if you scare the crap out of them."

It was the only one I could think of...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for participating. Love the fabric.
cafeaddict@aol.com

zees5 said...

I am just starting quilting so I would love to win the book. Thank you for a great giveaway!

Megan said...

Awesome giveaway's!!
megan.ritchie(at)yahoo(dot)com

webmailaddress2 said...

Why do A's and flowers have in common?

They both have B's that come after them!

Sean and Laura said...

thanks for letting us newbies have a turn! I hope i win something!

Rachel said...

Thanks for the great giveaway!! I am hoping I have your kind of luck this time around. :)

Cheers!
Rachel
http://www.DewberryLane.com

HappyQuilting at DewberryLane dot com

Laura said...

i am addicted to precuts and it would be great to have some more ideas how to use them!

Lindsay Conner said...

Have never quilted with a jelly roll, but I'd certainly give it a try!

JaideyBug said...

I love this book! I wanted to rent it from my local library but it's never in stock! I would love to have a copy of my own!
Thanks for the chance to win!
jacy468 at aim dot com

Marci Girl said...

I have yet to win at all, and the last few rounds I entered tons and tons, and then felt I wasted like 3 days....maybe I will get lucky this time! Though I haven't entered that many this time.....

Oh well...great giveaway, I want that book so bad!

marcijdebetaz (at) hotmail {dotcom}

MaryAnne said...

Here's a funny conversation I had with my 5yo daughter at lunch the other day:

Emma: Uh, mom, there’s applesauce all over the wall.
Me: How did it get there?
Emma: I don’t know. A helicopter flew up and put it there.

kt said...

A joke from my son--A boy was riding in the car with his grandfather. Grandfather said, "Oh, no! I just ran a red light!"
"It's OK, Grandpa," the boy said, "the cop right behind us did the same thing!"

Melody J said...

he he. My kids like "What do you get when you cross a woodpecker and a roadrunner? ...Potholes."

melody dot janssen at gmail dot com

Ellyn said...

I don't know any jokes, sorry! But I do love the book...

Pam said...

Hello,
I have two of the jelly roll books and they are great. This one looks nice too. Thanks for the chance.

Keri said...

Thanks for the chance to win this awesome book! I am fairly new to quilting, so will take all the help I can get!!

A family of boys said...

Here's my boys' go to joke. If you're American before you go into the bathroom and American when you come out, what are you while you are in there? European! Yeah, I live with all boys. What can I say?

Thanks for the chance!

Krissa said...

Looks like a great book! My four year olds current favorite joke is... I am going to tell you a really long story-- ready.. Once upon a time, the end:)

craftsinbloom @ gmail (dot) com

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a great giveaway! The book looks awesome! Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway Day.

Robyn said...

Hi, thanks for the giveaway!

robyn.geddes(at)gmail.com

crazylifewith3 said...

I've been looking at jelly roll books, but haven't bought one yet. Maybe this is the one! Thanks for offering the chance to win it.

Natalie J said...

Great giveaway - I'm sure that would be a great book for inspiration. :)

The only joke I can think of right now...
How do you hide an elephant in a strawberry patch?
Paint it's toenails red.

Sarah said...

My almost 4 year old boy's fav joke: why do chickens sit on their eggs? Because they don't have chairs. Thanks for the chance to win!

manybooks said...

Fabulous giveaway - I have Jelly Roll Quilts by her and have made two of the patterns and I *love* them! I would love this companion book :) I don't know anything funny right now (I'm awful at remembering punch lines). PS - **I MAILED MY SWAP SQUARES TO YOU TODAY** so you should see them in a day or two.

Becky said...

haha! If you are so lucky you should be out buying lotto tickets! Imagine the fabric you could get your hands on then!

T. Rehder said...

Those look like really fun patterns in that book. Hopefully I'll be able to try them out!

Kate said...

Love jelly rolls! Looks like a fun book.

alioop said...

Thank yoU!

bethany said...

I don't have any quilt books yet. My mom picked some up for me, but I do have a few magazines, so I love to look through for ideas!

Mike and Jackie said...

Our go to joke is What kid of pants do clouds wear?

A: Thunderwear(said in a booming voice)

Stephanie said...

Thank you for the great giveaway.
atchisonsteph at gmail dot com
I live most of the time in Canada, but also have a residence in the states, so I hope you can include me in the giveaway.
My favorate magazine is quilts and more

Anonymous said...

is looks like a great book. Thanks.
pa7oma(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)mx

Mary P said...

My silly joke: how many flies does it take to screw in a lightbulb? 2, but we can't figure out how they got in there!

SherryB said...
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SherryB said...

Had to repost...someone already told my joke...so here's another funny I hope you haven't heard:
A vulture boards an airplane carrying two dead raccoons. The stewardess takes one look at him and says, "I'm sorry, sir, only one carrion allowed per passenger."

Micmacker said...

Hi, I'm a new follower. Why did the chicken cross the playground? To get to the other slide.

Jennifer said...

Trip Around the World is my favorite quilt pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

BA said...

Thanks so much for the giveaway!! I wish I was funny and could leave a joke too!

Rebecca said...

This book looks like fun!

rebeccajweber(at)gmail(dot)com

littlebitty said...

Looks like a lovely book!
dvdenter (at) gci (dot) net

Memories By Me said...

Oh I have been looking for this book! thanks for the chance to win and thank you for your blogging inspiration!!!

Ramona said...

This looks like a very cool book. I also love crafting books. My favorite right now is Dare to be Square quilting by Boo Davis.
ramona_murray at comcast dot net

angelina said...

count me in gosh! x

Melissa said...

Hello from MN. Thank you for the giveaway!

StarnesFam said...

I've been looking for some good patterns from jelly rolls. Thanks for the opportunity!
lesleyandchris05 at yahoo dot com

Pink Fawn said...

Love the book - thank you so much for the chance to win!

Edamommy said...

Thanks for a chance to win - squeaking in, here, I guess. o.0 Busy week! Hmm - the new log cabin book is pretty high up my list.

Sincerely, Sara said...

Would love to win!
mamaisaac09(at)gmail(dot)com

Em said...

The other day my 2-year-old said, "Do I look like a pwetty gu-wol?"

And I said, "You are a beautiful girl."

And she said, "Yeah. I thought so."

Chiska said...

Ok this is my favorite joke. It's in response to someone who has just finished eating and says, "I'm stuffed."

"So life-like. Who is your taxidermist?"

I don't know it just always makes me smile.

Taleah said...

last week, my nephew proclaimed my spaghetti was much better than his mother's spaghetti. Why is this funny? My husband wishes I cooked as well as his sister!

Jenny said...

thanks for a chance...i love gwen marstons quilting books, so much inspriation...oy! just think of all the time you have saved NOT entering the giveaways!!

Leigh said...

My favorite quilt book is City Quilts- I was amazed at what could be done with just solids!

Anne said...

I adore sawtooth star quilts in red and white!

Heather said...

Wow! The pictures that you posted are beautiful! I would love to make some of those! Thank you so much for the chance to win.

Willa said...

I keep buying jelly rolls and then trying to figure where to go wiht them.

deserae said...

I would love to win! :)

Alli said...

My favorite quilt book is Quilt Remix. Thanks for the giveaway!

Carrie said...

Thanks for the giveaway! This looks like a great book.

AMKreations said...

I should probably listen more to my kids corny jokes...but I admit, I tune them out now...after all these years! =)

Thank you for a lovely chance to win!

Sandi P said...

Would love this book! Thanks for the chance.

Crystal Hendrix said...

Looks like a great book! Thanks for the chance!

dearmrsreese said...

O.K. My favorite knock knock joke:

It kind of only works if you say it aloud to another person:

A: do you want to hear a knock knock joke?
b: sure
A: o.k. you start
b: knock knock
A: Who's there?
b: um ..............

Ashley said...

Hi! Thanks for the giveaway.

mrs.marcus2 at yahoo dot com

Leslie said...

This is really awesome. thanks for sharing!

Kathy H said...

My favorite quilt book is the Quilts from the Quiltmaker's gift. It is based on the children's book. I just love it.

Karen P. said...

Hello from pa! I hope I get lucky this year!

Deb said...

Hi! Great book!

sandyandcosmo said...

I'm a terrible joke teller so I'm just going to say I would love to win your giveaway!

audreypawdrey said...

I would love this book! My funny joke: Where do all the pirates live? arrrkansas.

ecuakim said...

Bahahahahaha! Okay, I totally laughed out loud when I read your post. Spending all day "getting inspired" is one of my huge downfalls in life. If I could produce as much as I am inspired, I would be a force to be reckoned with, I'm sure. :) I'm a newbie and I Love your blog! And seriously, I cannot imagine the amount of restraint going on over there...how can you NOT enter to win????

Suzanne said...

Hello! Thanks for the chance to win the book! My favorite is HAPPY ENDINGS by Mimi ? Cant remember her last name! It is how to finish your quilt! Great book, easy to follow

MollyP said...

Right now I'm a big fan of One Yard Wonders. Great projects for around the house that can be completely pretty quickly. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Jo said...

Cool prizes! Sorry I don't know any jokes that are fit to print.Thanks for giving us all a chance to win.

Elle said...

Hey - you should enter, win the loot, and then you'll have more to giveaway next year! :) (As someone who never wins anything, I think we should put your winning prowess to good use!!! ;) Thanks - the book looks great!

Grace said...

What do you use to brush your teeth, sit on, and write with?
...................................................a tooth brush, a chair and a pencil

you can contact me at either of these two links:
www.homespunhandmaiden.etsy.com
or
www.calledtocreativity.blogspot.com

Tamara said...

Hi there! Love the tea gift idea for teachers!

Steph Jacobson said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one who spends a good part of my day being "inspired"! My favorite quilting book is Elizabeth Hartman's new book The Practical Guide to Patchwork. Lots of pretty pictures!

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said...

I don't have a favorite quilt book, but the first one I ever sewed out of was a quilt book for kids. I made my niece a baby quilt out of it. Thank you for the opportunity.

Mama Lusco said...

The book sounds great! Thank you. I'm all out of jokes :) mamalusco at ortelco dot net

cwebb said...

HI, HELLO! Thanks for the chance to win. jjjcwebb [at] hotmail [dot] com

Danielle said...

Hi, thanks for the giveaway!
dcdyess289 at yahoo dot com

lydiaruth said...

I would love to win this book!

lydia(dot)hirschi(at)gmail(dot)com

Lindsay said...

Hello!


lindsay dot forgette at gmail dot com

♥Duff said...

my fav book is freddy & gwen collaborating again--I love the traditional wonky blocks with modern, vibrant colors! However, I've only made quilts with traditional patterns! big chicken! right here!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

What do you do with a blue whale?

Cheer him up!

Meikjn said...

I love quilt books I need a new one!

Michelle said...

What a lovely giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!
mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

Annie said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Pam said...

Thank you for the chance to win your awesome giveaway!

Larissa said...

Hi & thanks!

Lynn said...

duck walks into a bar. says, "gimme some chapstick, put it on my bill."

i hope you're laughing!

thanks for the giveaway!

robin said...

I'd love to win the book! Thanks!

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