Last Chance to Enter the December Bead Giveaway!

I had a great day at Taos Feeds Taos yesterday, and I'm a total pig for that "volunteer high," so I'm going back today. It's distribution day, which means people who have qualified to receive boxes of food will show up at the National Guard Armory, where the volunteers will cheerily push shopping carts loaded with goodies out to their cars, load them up, and send them on their way. There will be lots of smiles and hugs and Merry Christmas wishes, and even some heartfelt God Bless You's. This day always, always gets me in the Christmas Spirit.



Today is also the day I set for holding the December Bead Giveaway drawing, before I knew I'd be busy all day. This gives you until this evening to enter, if you haven't already done so. I'll do the drawing tonight, after I get home and take some ibuprofen. I'll post the two lucky winners names here and on Facebook, so check in to see if you're one of them. I want to get these prizes shipped right away! Good luck!

Comments

PA said…
I think I already entered but then this time of the year my mind is in so many places I can't count on it! I bought one of the globes last year and am enjoying wearing it now!
Anonymous said…
WOW is it Dec 16 already? Hope you and yours has a very wonderful holiday and a happy and healthy new year. I've watched that video you had a few days ago I forgot how great that month was when you were away. Your blog was a first on my list when I started my day. I think it would be a wonderful thing for you to go back and see all the people you met then. By ther way how do we see the beads they are still making...do they only sell them locally? Thanks again kim for all you do, Beth in Illinois
Anonymous said…
WOW is it Dec 16 already? Hope you and yours has a very wonderful holiday and a happy and healthy new year. I've watched that video you had a few days ago I forgot how great that month was when you were away. Your blog was a first on my list when I started my day. I think it would be a wonderful thing for you to go back and see all the people you met then. By ther way how do we see the beads they are still making...do they only sell them locally? Thanks again kim for all you do, Beth in Illinois