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Gift Card Giveaway Update #1

Hey Neighbors!

I am pretty sure just about everyone has guessed the restaurant of the first gift card, but if there is any confusion here are the letters of the name.  You just have to unscramble them.  CDSONAMLD



Now, we are going to make this a fun one!  For your next fun entry, we have added a new Sheltie to our family and she needs a name.  So, we are open to suggestions.  Leave a comment with a suggested name for your new entry.  I have included a few pictures of her.  We already have a Sir Webster, Lady Grace, and Princess Pansy.  Have some fun and I am really looking forward to the suggestions!  HERE is the link to the original post.  She is very quiet and a little shy right now.


See you soon, At the Fence!

Comments

Nancy said…
How about Queen, Queenie, or Countess? (staying on the royal theme!)

Nancy
Cinnamon


That is the name she needs.
Darlene said…
Lucy (like I love Lucy for the red hair)
debbie said…
How about Queen Elizabeth, with Liza for a nickname?
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blessnel said…
Fanny is a nice name for her! She is beautiful!
janetfaye said…
I would call her Fawn.

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