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Something Special For My Neighbors!

Hey Neighbors!

I have a surprise giveaway.  A neighbor here At the Fence recently won a $25 GC to Gordmans.  There are no Gordmans around her, so she sent it to me and said we could use it for ourselves, or use it for a giveaway!  we have decided to use this as a giveaway for our neighbors!  Now before you enter, visit them online and make sure that there is one nearby, or that you know someone to give it to.  You can not shop online with this card.
Took the picture with my Boyd's Shop 'til You Drop Bear.

Now, here is how we are going to run this giveaway.  It will run for two weeks.  The main entry will be to visit one of the sites from Meeting Monday, leave a comment on their site (Not the post on here, please leave it on their blog/site) and then, come back here and leave a comment telling me which site you visited and commented on.  You might even want to follow them.

Hurry up and enter!  Have a great day!


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Comments

rubynreba said…
I commented on Coolest Mommy.
Unknown said…
http://www.treasuringlifesblessings.blogspot.com/2013/01/guest-post.html Carole Ingram
andrea v said…
Commented on coolest mom under the warm/ cold drink eiso maker
LauraJJ said…
I visited Susan from Homeschooling Hearts & Minds and left a comment here!
http://homeschoolheartandmind.blogspot.com/2010/05/wfmw-make-lighthouse-cake.html
Although it was waiting moderation! Such a cute Lighthouse cake she made!

Laura Jacobson
Debby said…
I commented on Meet Susan
http://www.atthefenceonline.com/2013/01/meet-susan-from-homeschooling-hearts.html
Unknown said…
I left a comment on Homeschooling Hearts and Mind, it is awaiting moderation though!
http://homeschoolheartandmind.blogspot.com/2008/10/model-colosseum.html
cman said…
http://homeschoolheartandmind.blogspot.com/2010/05/wfmw-make-lighthouse-cake.html
michedt said…
Commented on Homeschooling Hearts and Minds, http://homeschoolheartandmind.blogspot.com/2013/01/regaining-my-focus-and-do-ing-more.html
Unknown said…
I commented on http://homeschoolheartandmind.blogspot.com/2010/05/wfmw-make-lighthouse-cake.html as Jenny Sims (awaiting approval)
debijackson said…
http://www.atthefenceonline.com/2013/01/meet-susan-from-homeschooling-hearts.html
debijackson said…
I sent an email it was not working and now it is....sorry http://www.atthefenceonline.com/2013/01/meet-susan-from-homeschooling-hearts.html
Unknown said…
I left a comment on Treasuring Life's Blessings.
dottienielsen said…
I commented on http://treasuringlifesblessings.blogspot.com/2013/01/walking-with-you-week-3.html#comment-form
Commented here:

http://www.atthefenceonline.com/2013/01/meet-susan-from-homeschooling-hearts.html

-Ashley Marie Morrissey
ashummz05(at)yahoo(dot)com

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