Wednesday, November 12, 2008

A Journal Giveaway To Die For and A Happy Hump Day for the Queen !

(photo from Debra's blog - A Little Imagination and a Pile of Junk)

Go here and check out the beautiful hand made journal that Debra has to give away on her blog A Litte Imagination and a Pile of Junk. So very fine ! I want it to be mine ! (By posting this here, I get two chances to win ! Yay!)

Also, Lulu at my pink turtle TOTALLY ROCKED my world today with her post about what she did with the "Rock My World" rocks I sent to her. Talk about a Happy Hump Day !!! The project is now on two continents because of her ! Check it out here !

I hope you have the happiest of Hump Days !


Sandra Evertson said...

Love this!
Sandra Evertson

Melissa said...

Thanks for sharing the give-away. I heart journals!

What a great post about the rocks. How awesome would it be to get on the bus and find a rock like that? VERY! And how great that this 'simple' idea is reaching further and further! Even the French get a taste. YUM!


Jennifer said...

Hi there! What a gorgeous journal. Your little blond is such a cutie too :-) I hope that all is well. A good day for me so far!


Lorraine said...

love the journal, your rocks are a good idea, it must be great living near a beach with your dog. Looking forward to your work with gesso..its been a while since I last visited your blog and you have done some really cool art. Congrats on winning the blog candy at Inka stamps and thanks very much for your great comments about my play with gesso!

Susan Tuttle said...

I hope you win the beautiful journal!

Congratulations on your rock project stretching so far and wide -- that is fantastic!

The blog comment you left moved me -- thank you for sharing your heart.


Jennifer said...

Just sayin' hey!

arlene said...

What a wonderful shout out you got! I love your rocks, and I love to see how they are Rocking the World! Wow! Isn't that amazing how you are spreading the love?! Ghandi was right when he said "Be the change you wish to see in the world"
Thanks so much for your loving comments on my sadly neglected blog. It means a lot. And thanks for your support and love sent my way through all that.
xo arlene

carolyn said...

That is way too cool that your rocks are 'going places"!!!
I still have my big ole' bucket of big ole' rocks sitting in my studio waiting to be painted.