Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Needlework Bag Kit Winner!

There weren't very many folks who entered this time, but that makes it better odds for those of you who did! I hate that there's only one prize to give away!!

Penny didn't cooperate at all tonight in pulling a name. She's in a snit because I wouldn't give her any of my burger. LOL. Oh, gosh, I guess I'm in deep cah-cah now!

The winner of the Needlework Bag kit is ......

COLLEEN of Crazy for Primitive Quilts & Gardens!

Congrats, Colleen. Please email me with your snail mail address and I'll get it off to you tomorrow.

And neither Colleen nor anyone else, for that matter, figured out what I was looking for for the lagniappe prize. Shucks! Maybe it was a little too obscure this time. Today is 12/7/10, the 69th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. I was looking for any reference to that at all. I know this was before our time, but just like 9-11-01, we should never forget!

I'll have probably one or two more give-aways before year end, so stay tuned. I just need to get up in the stash room and root around for something good!

10 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations to Colleen!


Debbie

Colleen said...

Thank you again so much! It looks like such a neat little kit :o) And Pearl Harbor never crossed my mind.... it should have! You are right... never forget.

Carol said...

Penny is so funny. Congrats to Colleen.

gill said...

Congrats to Colleen!
I should have picked up on the date because my parents were married on Dec 7th 1940!!
Gill

Carol said...

Congratulations to Colleen!

Gwen said...

Congratulations, Colleen! Enjoy!
Yes, we should remember that fateful day that shaped our world!

mascanlon said...

Congrats to Colleen and i sure know how living with a grumpy dog is...Spike was ticked yesterday because we wouldn't feed him any sausage, every day he thinks we'll forget and feed him from the table...geez!

Quilt Hollow said...

How fun Colleen! Enjoy!

Cyn said...

Congratulations to Colleen!

Vicki, I think everyone's so busy at this time of year. I know I'm behind on reading blogs. :-)

Cynthia

Mimi said...

Congratulations to Colleen. I will never forget Pearl Harbor. My in-laws were married on that day one and one year later my father-in-law was in the service. We talk about Pearl Harbor each year on their anniversary.