superfantastic anniversary winnah


who may or may not have earned extra bonus points for requesting a dave and martin 2010 calendar. allegedly.

heidi, if you will email me your info to, i will get your prizey in the mail a.s.a.p.

thank you to all who entered. and thank you for helping me celebrate my 2 year blogiversary!


heidi said...

i almost didn't scroll down any further because i couldn't handle the pain of losing yet another giveaway!!!
hurray for ME (and you) and thanks!!!

veronica said...

Congratulations to Heidi!
Is that a "mocking-jay" pin?
Love it!

alex dumas said...

That's it. I'm not reading this blog anymore. ;)

tiburon said...

I am sick of this not winning crap.

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