Wednesday, December 31, 2008

100th Post - Get Your Contest On!!!

Ok. So now for my 100th posting, I am holding a contest.

Yeah! Here's what it's going to be:

1. One entry for posting a comment about an unusual/spontaneous thing you did (nothing that harms someone/something else or anything profane). i.e. One thing I've done is that I went sledding in my swimsuit my freshman year with a bunch of other friends.


2. One more entry if you blog about this contest (make sure you have a link to your blog post in your comment)
3. A winner will be chosen using Random.org
4. Winner will be chosen on January 15th!

Now the lovely item up for grabs:





Yes. It is what you think it is.....a chap stick cozy key chain! Yes, I'll even include a new tube of chap stick (Yes it's going to be a new tube of Eskimo Kiss (shown in 2nd photo) from Biggs and Featherbelle).



ALSO: Send an email to onlyifbliss at yahoo dot com so I can contact you if you win! Even if you sign in with your email to comment, Blogger doesn't show me what it is, so this step is really important. If I don't have your email I'll have no way to get a hold of you and I'll have to give your prize to someone else! How sad would you be if that happened? Just tell me the name you used to comment with, and don't worry, I won't use your email for anything else other than contacting you if you win.

5 comments:

Mystic Sight said...

Happy New Year!

Heather said...

That was pretty funny to watch, the sledding in swimsuits. hrm...

One time Nola and I spontaneously drove up to Iowa City after dinner, just to get out of town and did our Sanskrit homework at Java House. And then we drove home. ha!

Turtle said...

whoa on the snow sledding in swimsuits! i used to do things like that years ago but after 12+ years in hawaii i get cold quite easily, lol!!~ That cozy is hysterical! i love it!!! I will post a link to you! Happy 100th post!

Turtle said...

here's the link!! smile

http://turtleslakeknitting.blogspot.com/

ikkinlala said...

Those are hilarious pictures!

One unusual thing my family did was when we went hiking and started a fire to cook lunch using a bow drill instead of matches.