Friday, October 15, 2010

TILT! Game Over! Close Curtain...

The Fall Into Fall Quilting Bloggers Giveaway (that's been a mouthful for the past two weeks), has officially ended. Minutes ago I printed out all your comments, which will be separated into piles of who guessed right (Curtain #1) and who didn't (Curtain #2). The list of followers has been printed out and those names will be added to the the guessed right pile.

In the interest of  entertainment, these piles of scraps shall be whisked away (imagine, if you will, Jeff Probst vacating the final Tribal Council with the votes under his arm) to an exotic location on the Mainsail Drive cul de sac--the scene of this evening's neighborhood Happy Hour Night, where a gaggle of drunken women shall attempt to draw winners without snorting Merlot all over the scaps of paper, rendering them unreadable. Hopefully they'll be able to keep them out of the elaborately (as in approximately 48,000 calories) frosted almond cake I picked up at Safeway for five bucks today, as well.  (You've got to eat something while you're drinking, so  it might as well be sweet, chocolately and decadent).

To assure the authenticity of the above-mentioned drawing, there will be photo documentation on this blog tomorrow--that is if I can manage to remember to take the camera with me when I stagger skip home at 1:00 a.m, (assuming no one dropped the camera into the pitcher of Margaritas that will be made once the Merlot runs out).

Check back tomorrow for the announcement of the winners, and to see just what it was behind Curtain #1.

Have a fun evening!


  1. You're evening sounds so much more fun than mine! Totally jealous. :)


  2. I'll check back tomorrow b/c I want to knwo what is in that sack but really, I just wanted you to know I'm sharing your happy hour in spirit, at least. I'm off to have another glass of wine, mow. :D

  3. Sounds like you are having fun!! Have a margarita for me.
    I will be back tomorrow.

  4. Your evening sounds like a lot of fun! Hope no one dropped the camera, I can't wait to see the photos! I would like to win, but will be entertained by the photos of the drawing!


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