IN LAST WEEK'S POST I MENTIONED THAT THIS WEEK WE WOULD BE HOSTING A GIVEAWAY. MY THANKS TO SARA OF LOVE THAT IMAGE. I HAVE TWO OF HER BOOKS TO GIVE AWAY TO ANYONE WHO PARTICIPATES IN THIS WEEK'S TODAY'S FLOWERS. YOU CAN SEE THEM HERE.
TWO NAMES WILL BE CHOSEN THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY, BY CORRESPONDING NUMBERS OF ENTRANTS PUT INTO A BASKET. I WILL ASK AN IMPARTIAL FRIEND TO DIVE INTO THE BUCKET TWO TIMES, AND WHOEVER GETS THEIR NUMBER PICKED I WILL SEND THE BOOK TO THEM.
THIS OF COURSE IS IF YOU ARE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE AND SHARE YOUR ADDRESS LATER WITH ME VIA E-MAIL IF YOU ARE CHOSEN. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO GIVE ME YOUR ADDRESS - WHICH WILL BE TOTALLY UNDERSTANDABLE - THEN WE WILL PICK ANOTHER NUMBER AND GO ON FROM THERE. I HOPE THIS ALL MAKES SENSE. E-MAIL ME AT LUVINWILDLIFE@HOTMAIL.COM IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, AND PLEASE ADD 'TODAY'S FLOWERS GIVEAWAY' IN THE SUBJECT LINE.
IF YOU ARE POSITIVE YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR NAME TO BE ADDED FOR THE GIVEAWAY, YOU CAN TELL ME IN A COMMENT BELOW. WE WILL OF COURSE STILL LOVE TO SEE YOUR FLOWERS.
A WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED NEXT WEEK.
GISELA FROM "GUILDWOOD GARDENS IS SHARING HER BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS TODAY TO CELEBRATE EARTH HOUR. YOU CAN CLICK ON THIS LINK TO FIND OUT WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT AND YOU CAN VISIT HER WONDERFUL BLOG IF YOU CLICK HERE.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SHARING THESE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS WITH US GISELA. YOUR SUPPORT IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.
DEAR FRIENDS, COULD YOU ALSO PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT FOR GISELA? THANK YOU!
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Our present Guest Friend List is as follows:
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Luna Miranda made our latest logo which can be found on the side-bar. Thank you my friend.
Our good friend Luiz Santilli, Jr. created TODAY'S FLOWERS