Saturday, May 12, 2012

Sluggy's Boring Blog Giveaway Week #4......Last WEEK, 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 roll of Marcal Toilet Paper
2.  a stick of Sure Deodorant
3.  2 bars of Olay Soap
4.  a tube of AquaFresh Toothpaste
5.  a Reach Toothbrush


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.
**The Box is now Full so this is the last week to enter!**

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 gardening.....if you plan on having a garden this year and what you plan on growing.  And even if you want to have a garden but can't, what you would grow in yours if you could.
What are your favorite vegetables to eat?  Do you have a favorite recipe using vegetables as the "star of the dish"?  Or any other thing you want to talk about having to do with gardening, veggies and/or cooking.

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.

This is the LAST POST for this GIVEAWAY so get your entries in this week!  Entries will be accepted until Sunday night, May 20th, 2012 at 11:59pm.
That's just over a week to get in on this nice box of assorted toiletries and other stuff!!


Any questions?  Just email me.

Happy Entering!! 

Sluggy

20 comments:

  1. Missed your snappy wit this week! We have a small to good sized garden. We are in GA so blooms already on the 'maters, cukes, and beans. We also have peppers, zucchini, and squash coming along. Love it, love it, love it- eat all year from it! Angela

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  2. Hellooooooooooooooooo Sluggy! As I go to PEI each summer I'm not doing too much gardening. Though we do pull up a lot of spruce seedlings from our forest and transplant them around our property. We also planted 5 maple trees last summer and I'm anxious to see if they survived. All around us are farmer's fields mostly planted with potatoes. We can help ourselves and by August have lots of new little potatoes to add to our BBQ'd veggies. At home in Ontario I have 100% perennials planted so the garden pretty much looks after itself. Once full-time in PEI I plan to have a big garden full of lettuce, tomatoes, green peppers, zucchini, beans, onions, carrots and turnips. Root veggies do really well out there. We have tons of raspberry bushes but they're old and the berries very small so we're going to get them pulled out and I want to have blueberry bushes instead. We also have a couple of apple trees, not sure what kind they are.

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  3. Yes, I am a follower of yours and your blog is in my blogroll!! :p

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  4. Green beans are my favoorite vegetable to eat, even raw!

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  5. We have a garden every year. This year we have planted: tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, yummy bells, banana peppers, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, watermelons. Today, I counted 14 tomatoes on the vines. We can't wait for the tomatoes to get ripe.

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  6. Deb B.

    I'd love to win! I will be planting tomatoes at the end of the month. Right now trying to keep the seedlings in the sun on the porch. I'll plant them in containers as we have too many critters to worry about. I'd like to do a raised bed about table or counter height maybe next year.

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  7. Over an inch of rain yesterday- woohoo! Good for the garden and it has been so dry already this year. I HATE to pay to run the sprinkler. Angela

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  8. I follow by email. Too soon in Illinois to think about the garden (we have had snow this late before!) I plant tomatoes, green peppers and strawberries in Earth boxes and containers. My neighbors plant so much that they are begging me to take cucumbers and zucchini all summer! lol

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  9. Wish we had a garden. Oh, wait, Hubby has a balcony garden and he grows some peppers. My fave veggie is brussel sprouts. Yes, I know...I am weird.

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  10. Here's my entry. I just love your blog. I've gotten lots of idea to help me save money. This is my first time to enter a blog contest.
    Thank you for having it. Yours truly
    Elaine at eggbounder@yahoo.com

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  11. Hi Sluggy, Should I win I will be out of town for a week beginning tomorrow. Going to spend a week with my 2 week old first grandgirl! Angela

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  12. Sluggy, are you planting any vegetables this year?

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  13. Well of course you are on my blogroll geez...and I was at boyers last week but I didnt see you :( Anyway I will post your give a wa with link today I promise

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  14. Of course you are on my blogroll. And I was at boyers last week and you werent there :(

    I will link you in my post today..if I can manage to get it right :)

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  15. Maybe this will be the lucky entry! Thanks for the giveaway Sluggy!

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  16. Rhubarb is the star vegetable in my rhubarb pie. I blogged about it today and included my recipe and a crust recipe--pat-a-pie.

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  17. Last year I planted zucchini and got ONE zucchini! It was huge and shaped like a male private part lol I had such fun showing it off that we never got around to eating it! I'm afraid to see what I get this year! lol

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