Stacy Wins Blink

March 23rd, 2010

I asked the CD to pick a random number between 1 and 125 and he chose 113.  That matches up with Stacy.  Stacy please send me your mailing address to mysistersfarmhouse@live.com and I will send out the book!  I think you will really enjoy it.

Everyone else – Thanks for entering and for sticking with this crazy blog through a few uh… somewhat uh… bizarre intervals.  I am just trying to keep things interesting for you!  

This is the comment from the Stacy that won…

Stacy 

Really sad situation and I also thought her speech had some subliminal messages…would love to read the book. Also want to say you are very brave to come out with the truth about your marriage, your beliefs etc….I think when we women get to a certain age it really doesn’t matter what other people think anymore.

 

 

Comments

  • Con-grash-ulations Stacy! Spoken with a Katherine Hepburn voice! I just wanted to see what that would look like. I’m a bozo sometimes. :))

  • Congratulations, Stacy! I also agree with her comment especially about not giving a shit about what other people think after a certain age. Or, like me, never really giving a shit what other people think. As for bizarre intervals, it’s been a fun ride, Rechelle and I’m not bored that’s for sure. Keep up the great writing.

  • Yay for Stacy!

    (I wuz robbed I tells ya! Robbed!)

    And I too like the random and bizarre bits; the variety of topics makes for fun reading.

  • Congratulations Stacy! And uh, Rechelle, it’s the random and bizarre that makes your blog interesting, and such fun to read.

  • And yes, I’m a comma abuser. I’m trying to recover.

  • Stacy:

    YAY me ! Thanks Rechelle

  • Her comment is sooo true. The older I get, the less I care about crappy remarks that others may say about me due to my belief system.

    Congratulations to Stacy!

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

  • Fran:

    Oh wouldn’t you know it? I don’t have time to read your blog for a few days and I miss a book giveaway! My son was telling me about Gladwell’s book – he thought it was fantastic. So enjoy it, Stacy!