win an e-reader!

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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  1. 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…..

    1. 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 🙂

      1. 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

  2. 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…..

    1. 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 🙂

      1. 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

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

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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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!

  8. 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!

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