Monday, February 8, 2010

A Heartfelt THANK YOU and giveaway love...

Thank you all from the bottom of my heart for all of your sweet comments on my silver post and my silver wishbone. I am touched, truly touched. So many of you let me know you cared and that is what I love about blogging. We don't even know eachother and here you are sending me bloggy love. It meant more to me than I can say adequately. So Thank You.

Now I NEED to tell you all that there are some amazing ladies having giveaways this week, I have them all posted on my sidebar so you are just a click away from entering in some more bloggy love! These are some wonderful prizes (I can't believe I'm opening my big mouth and telling you all about them!) A beautiful necklace from Rebecca, an original altered piece from Michelle, a secret creation from Dawn, and a Antropologie gift card from Heidi... I'd be happy with just one of these prizes! So go on over to the sidebar and click away!!!
And again thank you for showing me so much bloggy love, Theresa xoxo


  1. Hello Theresa,
    Isn't it nice to know that we have such wonderful friends here in our own little world.
    It's such a beautiful thing.


  2. It is nice to know the world is a little smaller than it would seem, isn't it? And, don't worry, I already knew about the giveaways, so your chances were already slimmer...HEHEHE It would be so much fun to win though, wouldn't it? And I still love that sweet little birdie you created with the adorable nest. So much eye candy over here... From now on, whenever I see a wishbone, it will make me think of you and your thoughts of your mom.

  3. Hello Theresa
    Thanks so much for stopping by and the nice mention on your post. Love your little bird! And I will check out the other give aways thanks so much

  4. It must be giveaway season...thanks for sharing.

  5. Your Silver Sunday post was so sweet, Theresa. Isn't it funny, the things that remind us of loved ones? Whenever I see an old pair of those gray wool socks with the red cuffs, I always think of my Dad. We used them for our Christmas stockings when we were little. I lost him in '91, but I know he's up there, still looking out for me!


Thank you so much for visiting me here at The Old White House, your comments make my day! ~ Theresa xoxo