Friday, November 02, 2007

Friday-Win or Lose

Saying for the day:

These beautiful small Dickensville buildings. They would look great in a little Christmas village.

It's time for the internet contest that requires no postage and handling fee.
The contest that requires no credit card.
The contest that has no cumbersome blanks to fill out.
The contest that is very slow at sending out prizes.
The contest that doesn't even require your correct name.
Every Friday we give away priceless prizes to some lucky person who commented on this blog in the week gone by.

THE RULES:( Very important)
To take part in the contest you must
1: Have commented on at least one entry on this blog in the last week.
2: Be willing to supply your mailing address.

For every day that you left a comment we write your name on a slip of paper that is placed in our rose colored drawing bowl. So if you commented every day you could have 7 slips in the bowl.
( The more slips the higher your chance to win)

Next Betty or her designated replacement draws one of those slips and that person wins the Priceless Prize.

If you don't like porcelain take a chance on a door.
Behind one of our two doors today are the usual pencils and?

Behind the other ...........

.@@@@ News from Pigeon Falls-The little town in my basement where the trains still run, dragons fly, and life is back to normal.– Eino’s friend in the FBI has begun to share with him what he can from Petrovich’s highly classified file.
Petrovich is one of three children. He has a brother Max and a sister Irene. His father made millions in the stock market and each of the children have a trust fund that gives them more than enough each year to live comfortably. His parents are still alive and live in New York.
Petrovich speaks fifteen languages including Arabic. In addition he can read an translate Old Testament Hebrew, New Testament Greek, Coptic, and Latin.
He has a BS and MS in education from Yale. He has a Ph.D. in history from Harvard. He was one of the youngest students ever to get his Ph.D. from Harvard. He did his thesis on the Monastic Movement in the Orthodox Russian Church in the sixteenth century as it impacted the government and the society as whole.
Because of his unique language abilities he was recruited by both the army and the State Department as a translator but he turned both of them down.
There is an additional file that is so restricted that even Eino’s friend in the FBI doesn’t have the clearance to see it.
Eino’s friend hopes this will help

Today's Link-Being Mr. Kenny- Deep questions .
Betty doesn't have to walk the dog today as it is gone to the beauty parlor.

She has drawn.

The winner is

Da Ta Da Ta ( or something like that)


Congratulations Margaret. Let us know your choice.
It has been a tedious day. I started off three points below the normal oxygen range so I have dragged the oxygen bottle with me all day. Betty and I worked in the basement cutting up and bundling up cardboard for recycling. We also pulled together some of the garbage bags that were full and got them out of the basement. I also continued to inventory G scale stuff and we seem to have misplaced three boxes. Pennie took Maggie to the dog beauty parlor and now she look nice but smells like a lady with too much perfume. Now I need a breathing treatment.


Blogger Janvangogh said...

All that learning and he still couldnt figure out the simple concept behind Wheel of Fortune.

6:13 AM  
Blogger Margaret said...

Ooooh, I won. Thanks Dr. John. I think the house is absolutely adorable and will make a welcomed addition under our Christmas Tree.

8:43 AM  
Blogger Ruth said...

Please take care my friend..I know I do not comment daily, but I do read you daily....does that count?? lol

5:15 PM  
Anonymous quilly said...

Are you telling us that Maggie smells like a sales clerk in a cologne shop?

8:48 PM  
Blogger QUASAR9 said...

Cute prize,
I only wish I had a train set to put them in.

1:31 AM  

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