Sunday, November 04, 2007
Thank you for participating in the Fall Y'all bloggy giveaway hosted by Shannon at Rocks In My Dryer.
You have won the Mary Kay Mint Bliss Pedicure Set.
I know your little tootsies are going to loooovve this!!
This was so much fun and I want to thank Shannon for being such a gracious host.
By the way, if you are interested in purchasing a Mint Bliss Pedicure Set for yourself or as a gift, or any other Mary Kay products you may do so by clicking here. The Mint Bliss is available in my "Last Chance" section and I am discounting them 50% while my supplies last!
Get yours NOW!
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Shannon from Rocks In My Dryer is once again hosting the "Fall Y'all bloggy giveaway" which started Oct 29th. You can find out all the details here.
After the hustle and bustle of the holiday activities you can enjoy treating your tootsies to some special time when you pamper them with this Private Spa Collection Mint Bliss Pedicure Set from Mary Kay. This would also make a great gift!
This set includes a Mint Bliss energizing lotion, a foot scrub, 10 Mint Bliss Fizzies for Feet, a foot file/brush and a pair of toe separators. Plus a pretty bag with minty green accents.
For your chance to win just leave a comment. This giveaway is open to bloggers and non-bloggers, only please make sure I have a link or an email address to contact you, should you be the blessed winner. Sorry I can only mail in the United States.
Comments will be open until 6:00 pm Sunday, November 4th at which time I will do a random drawing.
Every year I am amazed at the palette of beautiful color that the Lord blesses us with. It's breathtaking!
Yippee! I have finally finished a book!!
I started this book about a year ago. It's not that it wasn't interesting, it's that I had trouble finding the time to read.
"The rule of thumb in any White House is that nobody is indispensable except the president," said The New York Times, "but Karen Hughes has come as close to that description as any recent presidential aide." Karen Hughes has worked beside President George W. Bush since, as she says, "the motorcade was only one car and he was sometimes the one driving it." As counselor to the president, she brought the working mom's perspective to the White House, often asking of President Bush's policies, "What does this mean for the average person?"Yet the move from Texas to Washington was hard on her family, and in a controversial, headline-making decision that reverberated across America, she summoned the courage to say, "Mr. President, I love you, but I need to move my family home to Texas." There, Hughes continues to advise the president, where the kitchen wall calendar marks the State of the Union message side by side with her son's orthodontist appointments."
I wasn't interested in this book because I am not a political person. Rather I was curious about the woman who had strived to acquire such a significant position only to choose a life in Texas, teaching Sunday School, and being with her family.
"Told in Karen Hughes's disarmingly down-to-earth, warm, often funny, and frank voice, the book is a remarkable blend of an ordinary woman's life, with all its compromises and everyday decisions, and a keenly insightful look at American politics and America's forty-third president."