Friday, April 27, 2012

Sluggy's Boring Blog Giveaway Box Week #2......Enter Now!

Time for another......

Sluggy's BORING BLOG BOX GIVEAWAY!
Here's how it works.....
I put things in the box(mostly what I have gotten for free or almost free)each week and when the box is filled we draw a winner from all the entries received.

Here is what went into the Box today.....
 
 
 
 
1.  a bottle of Olay Quench Lotion
2.  a bottle of Olay Body Wash
3.  the book "Do-Over!" by Robin Hemley
4.  a tube of Rembrandt Toothpaste


If this is your first time, please go read all the rules for these Giveaways HERE.

Time to enter.....You can enter on this Giveaway post until I close this post to entries.  Then I will put up another post to comment on until the box is full.

1 entry per person per day on THIS POST.
Leave your name/email addy and a COMMENT on this post.  

This week I want to hear about what was your favorite subject in high school in your comments.  And did you end up doing something for a living that was related to that subject?

You can come directly to this blog post or find it through the link on the right side bar to leave 1 comment per day.  The current Giveaway Post will be linked right at the top of the side bar.

Please NOTE--You MUST be a follower to enter the Giveaway.  If you aren't one, just click on the "Follow" button on the right hand side of my blog to become a follower.

There are 2 ways to get EXTRA entries....

1. Put my blog on your blog's Blogroll.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with the URL of your blog so I can go check it out. If I'm already on your Blogroll, say so in an extra entry comment.
2.  Blog about this Giveaway on your blog or on a Message Board.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with a link to your blog post or the message on the board.


Any questions?  Just email me.

Happy Entering!! 

Sluggy

17 comments:

  1. What happened to the Elvis magnet? Where is the follow button? I subscribe- same thing? My favorite subject in HS was history because I had such a cool teacher. He looked like Gabe Kotter and was the first adult that ever allowed/ enjoyed my smarting back to him. I got smacked by that at home...hmmm. We had to read 1200 page Mitchner books in 8th and 9th grade. The kids these days couldn't handle it! Went medical but whereever you are Mr Southerland, I love you! Angela

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  2. I loved a lot of subjects in high school. I think English was my favorite. I write contacts now, so I guess I am using it.

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  3. My favorite subject was History. I am a SAHM homeschooling my two boys. So everything I learned in school helps me with teaching the boys. I LOVE Rembrandt toothpaste. I don't buy it often because it is so expensive.

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  4. I need that lotion. My skin is really dry today.

    I loved to write when I was in school. I still love to write, but have apparently gotten too lazy to do it much except at work.

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  5. My favorite class was senior year home economics. I am telling you that nun taught us how to cook everything from rice, to eggs, to chicken to dessert. And yes she even showed us how to use a crockpot. I loved her and that class

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  6. And of course you are on my blog roll silly girly...and I will link your give a way as soon as I can

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  7. Almost forgot to enter again! Still hoping to win the toothpaste.

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  8. Oh now! I missed a day. You will think I don't want to win.

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  9. I blogged about your giveaway here:

    http://practical-parsimony.blogspot.com/2012/05/how-to-get-rid-of-fruitflies-and.html

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  10. Oh, I did not tell you about favorite subject in high school. English was my favorite subject in hs. I became and English teacher. Mr. Busby was my 8th grade teacher in another school where he taught all subjects for the class. Remember, this was in the 1950s. I had loved to read since forever. But, he made literature come alive. I got it--why things were worded a certain way and how words evoked memories that contributed to the reader's sense of the story. THEN, he transferred to my hs and I had him in the 10th grade. I was in heaven with him for a teacher. So, this can be a Tuesday entry?

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  11. I follow by email :-) My favorite subject in high school was Latin- 4 years of it! I ended up being a nurse so I guess I did use it lol

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  12. Sluggy,

    Hoping this is the lucky entry! Still wanting that Rembrandt toothpaste!

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