Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Blog-anniversaire Giveaway!

It's that time of year again! Can it really have been four years since I first started this little blog? Apparently it can, and to celebrate I am holding a giveaway of a lovely vintage painted fan.

Isn't it sweet?! In order to be entered for the drawing all you need to do is leave a comment by July 3rd telling me what your favorite blog entry has been; I'm curious to know what you've enjoyed the most. I will choose the winner at random; and, yes, I will ship the fan overseas.

Good luck, and I hope to hear from you!


4 comments:

  1. June 3rd, or do you mean July?
    (I typed July by accident twice today at work, heh!)

    Even if I have missed the deadline, I want to say that your entry from May 17th is my favorite. Your answers to the Inspiring Blogger Award gives us a peek into who *you* are, your travels, family history and all the other things you do and accomplish.
    So many of us who write in these various blogs only show a portion of what makes us tick, through the sewing, designing and creating. It shows a lot, but rarely does it ever present us as people that still operate in the modern world.
    For choosing to be a teacher, I commend you and I'm thankful that a person as well-read and creative as yourself would take on such a task.
    XOXO
    ~Vienna

    P.S.
    I also sing to my dog (a Staffordshire terrier), totally making up the lyrics as I go. She loves it. She also has a specific meal time ditty. We may be weird, but at least our for-legged family members appreciate us for it!
    ;-)

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    1. Wow, thank you! I love my work and am tremendously fond of my students, so I feel lucky to get to do it. Glad to know that I'm not the only one with the proclivity for singing to my pet.

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  2. My favorite post is the January 13th of 2012 diary entry:
    "I should have been the happiest of women. I had the prospect of a husband who loved me, who asked for none of my inheritance, but only the pleasure of my company and conversation. A man of kindness, charity, wit, and, yes, wisdom even. Rare in so many ways."

    Would not we all love such a man? I have sought such a one all my life.

    Thank you for the enjoyment your blog has brought me.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. I know myself to be indeed fortunate to be married to a wonderful man, and I can only hope that everyone finds their perfect match.

      It is my pleasure to write for the enjoyment of others, and I am glad that it has brought you that.

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