I’m So Confused

Next time will you remind me to just give everyone ONE opportunity to enter a contest? I selfishly thought it would be fun to add extra chances to get entries. And uhm. Yeah. It was waaay fun to read. But counting? Well, math was always my worst subject.


Let’s get on with the show…

Geoff K is the winner of the Gap Giftcard. I’m sure he’ll look fantastic in those perfect trousers. (That was a joke.)

Hilary from Not The Queen is the lucky winner of the Raspberry Baby Sling. She has three kids and I’m sure will make good use of this sling! But *whew* if I could have, I would have picked fourteen of you. Your comments were very entertaining.

And did anyone read Dana‘s “What Oh Amanda Means To Me” 400 word essay? It was tight. Or off the hook. Or any other hippity hop modern phrase you can think of.  Thanks again to Raspberry Baby for their generosity!

Donna won the Snow White & Grumpy pendants! And even though she said, “Amanda, you are the best!” I totally randomized her as the winner. Promise.

OK. That’s all I got. Hope you won and I hope you subscribed to my feed so we can be friends! Thanks Bloggy Giveaways for hosting. Mwuah!


  1. That does sound like it was tricky figuring everyone out! You had some fun giveaways and I loved your Question of the week video on tv 🙂 Great job!

  2. Well, if you couldn’t randomly choose one of my 21 entries, could you please just shoot me a daily writing prompt? I haven’t blogged since I tried to wheedle that sling out of you.

    Great giveaway, and congrats to Not The Queen (KEE-YOOT baby she has…YUMMY!).

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