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Celebrating 30,000 Visits With A Gift Drawing!


Sometime within the next couple weeks or so, the Total Pageviews on this blog will hit 30,000!  Of course I realize that not everyone who stops by actually reads what I've written, but if even one out of three visitors read a post, that's still a whopping 10,000 times that something I've posted here has been read by another human being... it truly amazes me! To celebrate this milestone I'm going to do a gift drawing for a set of four beautiful "Lonestar" sandstone beverage coasters made right here in Texas! They make a great place to park a hot cup of coffee or an ice-cold beer!  Anytime anyone comments on a post I write between now and the day my pageview counter hits the 30,000 mark they will automatically have their name entered in the drawing (one entry per person per blogpost).  When the time comes, I'll announce the winner in celebration of 30,000 pageviews, and in gratitude for your continued encouragement and support. Thanks for all the times you've stopped by, it truly gladdens this old woman's heart!

6 comments:

  1. 30 000 views is certainly a milestone! Good for you!
    I'm coming up on a couple myself. 10 000 views and 100 posts. I am trying to think of something cool to do but I have no idea what?
    Good luck to everyone who has a chance at this. :)

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  2. You go, Girl! You have things to say, too! Your observations are keen and insightful. You will always have at least one reader...ME!

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  3. I don't always stop by, but when I do I always stay. You know how I love everything you write.

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  4. CONGRATULATIONS. That is a real milestone. I am really pleased for you. Keep up the good work!

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  5. Yahoo! Keep on writing! Love it! Read it! :)

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  6. Hey, I missed this! Congratulations and so much fun. Looking forward to the outcome. These blog give aways are pretty exciting - right now I'm in a challenge that might win me a Kindle! (fingers crossed)

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