Wednesday, April 4, 2012

It's a GIVEAWAY again! whoopeee

You may remember that for my mother's 79th birthday we celebrated the entire month of January to celebrate and then we had some lucky winners that got some GRAND prizes. 

It's my dad's birthday and we are celebrating!  This week he is
 I'm so lucky to have him around!  He tells some of the best old army stories.
Here he is leaving for Vietnam in 1969 surrounded by all his girls!

I'm the cute one..figure that one out. hahahahahaa
 His most favorite activity on the planet is golfing(after making 6 babies--sorry, got a little R rated there)
But additionally, when he's sitting, he's reading

Now he's 84 and the same father I had growing up, maybe just a little mellowed out. 

One funny thing about him and pictures is that he hates getting his picture taken.  
can you say LOVE?  57 years.....
Dad gets soooo tired of having his picture made.  When this picture was being taken he said, "God Damn, When are you going to run out of film?"  Sorry for the language peeps, but that's my dad's favorite word.  We all laughed at him because to his irritation we NEVER run out of "digital" film.  Poor dad! the giveaway. 
In honor of my pop's 84 birthday I'm giving away 84 (or a little more) crafting items.  OH BOY!  You can't even see it all in this picture:

brads and ribbons and embellishments

stickles and crackle paint and paper and stickers

paper, paper and more paper.

How can you win this package of goodies. you go:
1. Become a follower-leave a comment
2. If you're already a follower-leave a comment
3. Post a blog posting on your blog--leave a comment
4. Post another blog posting a week or more after your first posting--leave me comment
5. Share me on Facebook--leave a comment
This giveaway will end on April 30th at 5pm Nashville TN.  Share with your friends...or not(to keep your chances of winning high).
Come on let's party like we are 84 years old! 
PS. When I called to wish my dad a happy birthday, first I had to sing the worst rendition of "Happy Birthday" ever (family tradition). To his credit he did holler for an encore. 
Then I asked if he was going to paint the town red?
(in case you're not familiar with that term it means, go out and party) 
The cute little German lady said, "We already did that...30 years ago."
And there you go.
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