Sunday, June 21, 2009

Time for 200th Post Giveaway!!!

I know you've been wondering what's taken me so long! Sam and I got on the bikes this morning and rode around Lake o' the Pines, then went to Longview, ate at Olive Garden, stopped by The Harley Shop and I turned in my mileage so that I can get my 1,000 mile patch. When we got home I so wanted a fudgsicle...but we have none. Sigh.

Then, this afternoon, I decided to make something to go along with the one item for my 200th Post Giveaway. So...without further ado...

You have a chance (or two) to win your very own copy of our Friends of the Library cookbook. This 3-ring binder holds almost 500 recipes submitted by Friends, Patrons, and other supporters of the Daingerfield Public Library.
An added surprise is this one of a kind designer apron. (Took me the better part of the afternoon to make it today.)

To be eligible for the drawing:

1. Leave a comment.
2. For a second entry, mention this giveaway on your blog and let me know in the comment that you did so.

Date changed!!! I will use a random number generator on Saturday, June 27. No need to wait another week for this!

And you thought it would be another motorcycle related giveaway.

14 comments:

Shogun said...

I added a link on my blog! I enjoy reading your blog. Congrats on the 1000 miles, too.

lesthook said...

Now that apron is cool! And I have a collection of local cookbooks from lots of places I have lived,LOL!

lesthook said...

and I posted about it on my blog

Holee said...

Great Give away...like the pink apron! I blogged it for ya.

My Army Brats and Me said...

Here is my entry! Have a great day.

Downsouth said...

Trying to leave a comment with my Google account, as I don't have a blog (yet).

Sherry, I will have to try your buttermilk gravy....sounds yummy!

A great give away for your 200th post! Congratulations!

Devonne / "Downsouth"

Gloria said...

Love the apron and the cookbook please enter me into the giveaway and yes, I will link your giveway post to my blog.

I have to mention that I am so impressed with the fact that you ride your own bike, I would always wanted to ride but due to my disease don't have the strength or reflexes needed, being a passenger works for me just fine!

Dorraine said...

I think that it is great that you got your 1000 miles in. I have a friend that works in the Harley store in Idaho Falls, ID. I am not very good at blogging but I will try to add a link!

Rachel G said...

HI, you do such great work! That apron is pretty. Looking foward to reading your blog. Mine's new so only a couple followers and they are pertty much from the boards. But I did select to follow yours.

BonnieN said...

your blog is so interesting! Being I love my aprons and cookbooks, I love it here! Please enter me in your drawing!
That apron is awesome!!

elsie123 said...

I've had my eye on that little cookbook for awhile now. I posted about your giveaway on my blog, so you can throw my name in the hat twice!

malleycc said...

WOW what a beautiful apron and cookbook. I would love to win. I love those homecooked recipes, hopefully some my kids would eat.

Lisa said...

What a beautiful apron very girly...

Lisa

tisme said...

Wow, I almost missed this giveaway!!
I have been busy this week, but wanted to tell you about my day yesterday. I thought you would enjoy this as we were riding along.
We finally had a beautiful day in PA and since it is Thunder in The Valley bike rally in Johnstown, we hit the roads. We went out to the Flight 93 Memorial Wall and saw where the plane had crashed. The memorial is very moving and made me cry. If you ever get a chance to come to PA, look me up and we will do the memorial together. Also if you and your husband would like to come to Thunder in the Valley, you are welcome to crash at our place. Not a lot of room, but we will make a place for you.
Tammy