Remember that half the joy of achievement is in the anticipation.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Pay It Forward...

Happy Sunday everyone! Got this from Deb the Garage Sale Gal and thought it could be fun, so I decided to play along. I hope you'll play too.

PAY IT FORWARD
Rules of the game:
I am going to send something to the first three people who comment on this post. Then those three people promise to send something to the first three individuals who comment on their posts and so on, and so on, and (you get the picture).
The item must be something you've made, found, bought or were given AND it should be something that you would like to receive yourself.

If you want to join the fun....PLEASE leave a message on this post and then, you in turn will post about the giveaway on your blog.
Then you will send something to the first three individuals who sign up.
LET'S PLAY!

5 comments:

Jen said...

Thanks for stopping by to visit me. I LOVE all kinds of flowers. The bed that you commented on has mostly shasta daisies and purple coneflowers. It has some lambs ear, sedum and daylilies too.

Happy Sunday!

Jen

Dawn said...

I'll play! I am sure I could come up with a couple of things to give away :) What a nice idea!

take care,
Dawn

Debbie Kay said...

Hi there and thank you for visiting my blog. I am going to add your to my blog roll if that is okay with you....really enjoy reading about your life.

Debbie Kay

Jan and Tom's Place said...

Thanks for the PINK SATURDAY visit!! Glad to see you're also participating in the Pay It Forward give-away!

~Blessings,
Jan

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Rechelle!
I'm doing some catch up on my visiting and was so excited that you have all your hinges done! WOW! That's alot of hinges, you go girl!!
Your bath stand is so darling painted black, great looking bathroom. I bet the galvanized can for a wastebasket would look really cute in there. THere's so much out there now that is galvanized you may find something really unique.
The christening gown is so beautiful. I absolutely love it. What a treasure!
Hugs, Sherry