win an e-reader!

October 02, 2009

t’s Day 4 in the Twelve Days of Christmas giveaway extravaganza! All you have to do is check in on this blog for a trivia question from Lakeshore Christmas, and send your answer to ll.wiggs @ gmail.com (remove the spaces). Note — don’t post the answer in the comments section! Correct answers will be entered to win.

Today’s question: What book does Maureen read to Charlie?

Today’s prize: A Sony e-reader!

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  • A lovely good day to all of you!! Does the contest continue over the weekend? I hope everyone is relaxing and having a good read. I’d love for the winners names to continue being posted because it’s fun to hear who the lucky person was. In honor of Amanda, here’s a quote for today:

    “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~ William Wordsworth

    Blessings to all!

  • Oh God…Christmas cookies sound so good right now. Today’s high in Nebraska is about 48, and I’m cold, and it’s windy and feels like winter!!

    🙂 Amellia

  • People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading. ~Logan Pearsall Smith, Trivia, 1917
    This quote reminded me of Maureen 🙂

  • Here’s to everyone having good luck in the Twelve Days of Christmas giveaway extravaganza!! Just remember, thinking is powerful. If you think you can, there’s a great chance you will!
    Susan, I think you may have created your own miracle. Like Eddie, I’ve hated Christmas for years! It’s always been a time of huge stress in my family (my Dad wasn’t a happy go lucky drinker – say no more, eh?). Anyway, “Lakeshore Christmas” may actually convert me to being a Christmas lover and believe me, that WOULD be a MIRACLE!! I’m already thinking about making Christmas cookies and taking them to our neighbors. Thanks for being a Christmas angel!!

    Have a wonderful day – wish I lived closer and could come to the luncheon with the other two angels. It sounds divine…..

    • A truly good book teaches me better than to read it. I must soon lay it down, and commence living on its hint…. What I began by reading, I must finish by acting. ~Henry David Thoreau
      Janet, I thought maybe you would like this quote 🙂

      • Amanda – thanks so much! I love the quote and am going to put it up where I can see it by my computer. It was so kind of you to share it! Thanks and warm thoughts,
        Janet

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