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Changes Giveaway

Hey neighbors!

We have some changes coming up with At the Fence, which is why you have not seen much posting this past week.  We are going to be doing some rearranging on the site and adding some other type information.  So keep an eye out for the changes.

To celebrate the changes we are giving away a small Diffuser with an included bottle of Lavender oil.  See the picture below.
To enter I am asking you to leave a comment telling me something you would like to see included/excluded or changed here.  We are going to be added a few new pages too.  For example we will have a recipe page, Southern Gospel News page...

So, go ahead and enter!





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Comments

Pip444 said…
Although the background is charming, it's a little distracting. I bright and cheerfully headers would be nice with a subtle background. Just a thought.
Pip444 said…
I forgot to add that my name is Helena, but my Google+ name is Pip444
Thx
Charlene S. said…
I'm always on the hunt for family friendly recipes and crafts that are fun to do & make great gifts.
Darlene said…
I would like it easier to to tweets, there are some sites that just let you it the tweet and it goes through. The you do it, I have to tweet, then open a new screen and go to twitter and copy the tweet, then go back to your site and paste.
DEBIJOT said…
I would like to see some crockpot or dinner recipes added.
Pam said…
I'd like to see savings tip when trying to eat healthy on a budget.
kelly tupick said…
I would like to see another email subscribe option other than feedburner. I use yahoo mail and don't get any subscribed feedburner emails in my inbox. I had to set up a gmail account in order to get them but my login for everything is my yahoo email.
I am looking forward to your recipe page. I love trying new recipes!
Colleen Maurina said…
I actually really like your site because it's easy to navigate and understand. I'm glad you don't have any pop-up ads! Maybe some more fun giveaways!
I love the recipe idea!!! I would like to see a seasonal tab, maybe recipes, craft projects or gift ideas for the season!
Jackie said…
I like At the Fence as is....I enjoy following! I think a recipe page would be great. I love to find and try new recipes.
Thank you!
risingstar said…
I'm new to the "at the Fence" the best tip I can come up with is Make sure you have plenty of sweepstakes!
I love Your blog! It looks beautiful and simple :) If possible, I would love to see more giveaways about children books!!
Thank You for the chance!

Fiona N
andrea v said…
I really enjoy your giveaways. Your site is easy to navigate. I like to hear about your travels and recipes.
Pip444 said…
If I could make another suggestion. Perhaps a different theme so your blog body is bigger.
j1man1r66 said…
A seasonal page for holidays and change of seasons with crafts, food,s activities!
j1man1r66@etex.net
Jennifer Rogers
j1man1r66 said…
I shared on Google +
https://plus.google.com/u/0/114597234951747454714/posts/RnAr8Av9Xpc
j1man1r66@etex.net
Jennifer Rogers
Linda Trinklein said…
I am brand new to "At the fence"
I found you by way of the giveaway! Now a new follower! Thank you
Kim Avery said…
I would love to see healthy low cost meals. Preferably ones that can be done in a crock pot!
Em Mahr said…
Em Mahr - I'm really excited about he upcoming recipe page! I'd like to see more product reviews, I love learning about new products on the market.
Robin Wilson said…
I love to see makeup tutorials for those of us over 40.

zuzu.wilson at yahoo dot com
Unknown said…
Budget tips are good.. Cleaning tips and tricks and products too!
Racegirl1022 said…
I would like to see a group of last minute dinner ideas,
Linda Trinklein said…
Thank you very much for the chance to win!
I love the background of your page, especially the little details like the books on the bench in the lower left hand corner!
I love reading, and finding new books! ;)

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