Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Give Away



As you've probably (hopefully) read, I've declared February "Put Your Heart Into It" month. I've been busy bringing warmth and comfort into my home to ward off the cold, dreary weather outside. Well, as part of the month long celebration, I promised some give-aways. And seeing how it's nearly the end of the month (gesh!) I thought I better get my act together!

So, here's the first one: it's a book from Hallmark called Keeping Life Simple: 7 Guiding Principals, 500 Tips & Ideas by Karen Levine. Now, this book was originally published in 1996 (gee, was the reference to pay phones a clue?) but much of the information is very timeless in ideas for bringing simplicity to our homes and surroundings.

So, here's the deal. Leave me a comment here about something you've done to put some heart in your home this month with your blog link or your email. You can put your email address in this format: soandso[at]thisandthat[dot]com so the spammers don't pick up on it. I'll figure it out! I'll choose a winner this Friday and post the update here. Good luck!

2 comments:

Becky @ Boys Rule My Life said...

I just found you... somehow... just passing through blogs and I'd love to share this link with you:

http://boysrulemylife.blogspot.com/2008/02/my-valentine.html

Focusing on the positive in my husband has really put a lot of "heart" into our home. I'm proud of him and he feels good knowing how wonderful I think he is. I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but like I said, I like to share that post! :)

I'm working on focusing on the simple things within our family with "Simple and Slow Fridays" - I really enjoy reading that others are trying to simplify as well. I think we're all just too busy sometimes...

Anyway, didn't mean to take up so much space. It's nice to meet you... I'll be back again.

Becky

Becky @ Boys Rule My Life said...

The book arrived yesterday - I look forward to reading it! Thanks!

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