One World One Heart Huge Blogland Giveaway


I'm so happy and excited to participate in One World One Heart for the first time. This massive group of give aways is a great chance to get to know people and visit some great blogs and creative people. Lisa has done an amazing job as hostess for this event, and at the time of this posting, there are 620 different blogs that have signed up to have a giveaway on their page, and OWOH has links to every single contest.

If you would like to have your name entered for a chance to win this 'Blessed' stitchery, (lovingly handmade by moi) and three of these hand stitched stuffed hearts, with rusty bells, please leave a comment on THIS POST ONLY before 11:59pm on February the 11th. I will draw a winner on February 12th. You do not need to have a blog to enter my giveaway, but make sure to leave an email address if you don't blog so that I can holler at ya when you win:) I just love this stitchery, and I have made several for other bloggers over the past year. I have been 'at home' on disability for over two years now with MS/heart/blood pressure problems, and I discovered blogging about 1 1/2 years ago. I have 'met' so many wonderful people through their blogs, and made some pretty good friends while doing so. I have learned new crafts, gotten fatter on some of those great recipes I have found on your blog, and gotten support and comfort when my illness or life, had me feeling down.

I am truly 'BLESSED' to have gotten to know so many people, and I hope that I make another huge bunch of 'blogging buddies' as a result of Lisa's One World One Heart giveaway. Who knows, I might even win a prize myself for a change:)

So click on the logo at the top of this post, or on any of the highlighted in red words OWOH's found throught this post(after you enter this one of course) and go on over to the site and enter some of the giveaways posted there.

FYI, only 11 more days until my first grandchild is due. The blooming mom to be, Kerri is about ready to pop and would be happy to 'go' any time! I cannot wait to meet my grandson...who is still nameless BTW:)