About Me

I am a crazy woman, funny and carefree but type A and anal all at the same time. I have two daughters and a Father who's a King...what more do I need?! My goal on this planet is to help His bride: literally (I plan weddings for a living!) and spiritually (I occasionally offer words of wisdom to loved ones...) Bless us all on this journey!

Jesus and His Girl

Jesus and His Girl

Sunday, July 29, 2007

TV

Ok so Elizabeth has been influencing me to expand my blogosphere by visiting sites that have been giving stuff away. In all honesty I didn't get to any of them in time for the giveaways, but have had fun checking out the new blogs nonetheless. WELL. On 5 Minutes for Mom there's a drawing not for starbucks or target--which are also fabulous for all of us mommies who sorely need new clothes and/or caffeine!--but this drawing is for a flat screen tv. HUH? yep, head over there or even to the Best Buy site to check out details. Some mommies on there have claimed they want the tv for their hubbies. Well it's just us 3 chicks in my house so that tv will be GIRLLYYY!!!

4 comments:

Molly Coddled said...

Never mind entering, I've already decided that I am going to win. Although, it's not for my husband I have decided that I will let him watch it. I know what you're thinking, I'm nice that way.

Jenny W said...

it goes til august, LOTS OF PEOPLE will enter by then!

Elizabeth F. said...

I'm hoping my lucky streak will carry through until then! LOL! I won 6 of the Dog Days of Summer Contests. :-)

Laane said...

Well, you can join mine, if you like to.

Thanks for commenting on my site.

Yes, to a certain extend there's a choice to have fun.

But have you ever lived with an autistic boy day in day out?
Even a change of mood can mean a day of turmoil, screaming, crying, or at least complaining all day long.

All I can do is stay at home, be near to him, be patient, and patient.

I can't make the choice to go on a trip. I make the choice to go to a musiclesson now and then... you don't want to be in my shoes the rest of that day.

So the only choice is to look no further than the walls of my house.