Read books by AWers!
It's sensible to work on the principal that governs cats: It never hurts to ask.
Maryn, catless at this time
I agree, Maryn.
c.e., Gerardless at this time (but hopefully not for long)
Maybe I can work up a T-shirt for the winner, too. Something 300 themed. Stay tuned.
I hope you didn't think I was complaining about the prizes. I think they're great. I was just being silly. And really, after this, I should enter. I'll try to work on something tonight.
Not at all. I didn't think of the T-shirt, which is relatively easy to bring onboard as a prize. :-)
Go, Precie, go!
*shake my booty*
*shake my booty*
I gotta sit this contest out cause of school, but I hope you win!
"It is never too late to be what you might have been." George Eliot
I did it. (I sent mine in.) And I'm still toying with a second idea. It's a pleasant sort of challenge, short enough to knock off fairly quickly yet not too easy.
As usual, I have no idea if what I wrote was any good, but I'm pretty sure the spelling was spectacular.
Maryn, adequate speller
I already have my own cheerleader?!!!
Josephine--Thanks for checking out the contest! I know you'd enter if you could. And thanks for the support! You haven't even seen my submission. LOL!
(I've been shamelessly putting the word out in the blogosphere about the contest. )
That I am. See how enthusiastic I am?
Feel the love, kids. :-)
FOUR days and counting! Enter, compete and relish the glory!
Oh, I could have diddled my not-quite-there idea last night, but no-o-o, I had to watch lackluster TV and complain about being tired. They say winners never quit, but I seem to quit most nights about 8:00.
Maryn, not seeing a T-shirt in her future
"That boy's got a lot of quit in him." -- Ron White
Six entries now as we approach three days from the deadline! Keep 'em coming!
Jason--I just noticed the change in your sig line. Niiiiiiiice rhetoric. LOL!