Give-Away…Day 5

and Last Day to enter.  Yes, you can enter again today even if you entered a comment on a previous day.  Just be sure to enter on this posting.  The drawing by random number generator will be tomorrow (Saturday).

Even though it’s rainy today here at the beach, we’re going to put on a sun-shiney face and finish describing what’s in the give-away bag.

So far we have a spiral notebook, a sachet packet, a wristlet purse, an ornament, notecards, and an exfoliating peppermint foot soap.

The last of the items are the absorbent car coaster (my friend Pat gave me a couple of these one year, and they are pretty neat).  Great in the warm weather when your cold drinks *glisten*.  (We refined girls don’t say “sweat”!)  And then there’s a yard of turquoise fabric with some tiny little swirls highlighted with a touch of gold.  I liked this fabric, and it reminded me of water.

There you have it, that’s the entire Wish-You-Were-Here package!

And DH will be so thrilled when he sees this, but I love this picture.  This is a good memory of warmer times at the beach, but hopefully we will be walking barefoot in the water soon!  (And doesn’t he have great legs?)

Be sure to fill in your e-mail address on the comment form.  (Thank you, Cindy, for taking care of that!)  And you don’t need a blog to enter…

–Sue

13 thoughts on “Give-Away…Day 5”

  1. Love the fabric…and especially the warm water splashing photo….hope you can enjoy that again before returning to MN!

  2. we have sunshine today also for a change and warmer temps- or at least warmer than they have been 40’s!! WooHOO!!!! Would like to be wading in the water myself looking for sharks teeth. Enjoy!

  3. The splashing water looks refreshing! We have sunshine and a high of 35 degrees today. Maybe I could go outside and kick up some snow before it melts!

  4. The photos have been wonderful this week but I especially like this picture of the splashing water! The giveway has been fun.

  5. We have had almost 40 inches of snow here this month. Roofs are caving in and you wouldn’t believe the icicles. We didn’t have electricity for four days last week! I swear we almost froze. Your pictures are like a tease. I can’t wait for summer!

  6. Peddler Show at Robstown; so much stuff! I feel so sad when I look at the “quilts” sold there (made in China labels); people often think they are like handstitched and NOT…

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