I’ve always loved tents.
One of my very earliest memories of childhood was draping a large table cloth over a folding card table and crawling underneath with a pile of pillows and a shoebox filled with toy cars and plastic soldiers.
It was my space. Mine. Everyone else had to stay out. Except for the occasional imaginary friend or an unsuspecting curious cat. Continue reading
My kids enjoyed more than a few VeggieTales DVDs back in the day. I remember the shows being packed with goofy humor, silly songs, and a positive message. To this day, I am still haunted by Larry the Cucumber’s lament to his hairbrush.
But that was years ago, and I didn’t even know VeggieTales was still around until the people at Big Idea Entertainment asked me to host a giveaway of their latest DVD release.
It’s called Princess and the Pop Star: A Story of Trading Places. Yes, it’s their version of Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper, which has been done many, many times in film and TV.
Only, never with vegetables before.
This is a fun, high-energy movie that teaches girls that they should be happy as themselves, and not try to reach their dreams through other people’s lives. Told with all the usual silly songs and one-liners that will have your kids cracking up.
If you’d like to win this family-friendly DVD, leave a comment on this post telling me, “I want!” I’ll pick a winner next week.
It’s time for a giveaway!
A delicious one.
I have one baseball-themed gift bag from a certain sub sandwich chain restaurant to reward to a lucky reader. It’s packed with goodies, including a $10 gift card.
You know you want to win this one for your kids (or just you).
Click on over to my giveaway page to find out the who, what, and when.
Did I just hear someone’s stomach growl?
I’ll pick a winner after the weekend.
Mother’s Day is just a few days away.
Did you remember to send a card? Of course you didn’t. That’s why you’ll be calling your mother on Sunday.
How about following up that Mother’s Day phone call with an incredibly awesome gift.
I’m talking about something really big. It’s so impressive that it might just give you a pass for next year’s Mother’s Day.
And what am I giving away?
Click on over to my Really Big Mother Giveaway page and find out.
Then leave a comment on this post telling me how deserving your mother is of a very expensive gift from you. It’s just that easy.
You can double your chances of winning this contest by making a $5, or higher, donation to my fundraising effort for The Joseph Salmon Trust.
I’ll pick a winner at the end of next week.