Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Finally, the winner

I apologize for not announcing the winner of the Go! Baby fabric cutter on Monday as promised.

I had completely forgotten that I had to take my son to college orientation and class signups. One step closer to an empty nest. Sniff, sniff.

It's a very, very pretty campus.
View from the dining hall:

Seen on the walk to the dorm:

Just pretty and green and leafy all around.


Oh right... You want to know who won the drawing!

After sorting through all the "no reply" comments and anonymous comments...


The winner is.....Char!
She has a lovely blog you may want to go have a peep at: http://clothstitched.blogspot.com/

Congratulations!!!

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10 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful campus! Imagine having deer on campus! My daughter starts university in two weeks - the empty nest is looming for us too! Trying very hard to find the silver lining.....

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  2. Thank you so much, I am so excited!

    I too will be an empty nester as my daughter leaves for college on Aug. 26th!

    Thank you again!

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  3. That is pretty! What location is it? I'm taking one daughter out to the mountains in Colorado this weekend, and then in a couple weeks the other daughter goes back up to St. Louis. Why do they have to go so far away?? ;D

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  4. What an absolutely gorgeous campus! Hope he does well.

    No empty nest blues for you! That's why we quilt!!

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  5. Wow, where is that? Amazing campus!

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  6. Congrats Char! What campus is this? It's gorgeous!

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  7. Awwww. Didn't you just want to pack your bags so you can go with him? What a pretty campus -- our kids are so lucky these days! Congratulations to Char!

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  8. I want to go:) I could spend all day just looking at the lake and quilting or doll making!
    http://sewn-seabees-crafty-and-vintage-musin.blogspot.com/

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  9. What campus is that?? It is lovely! If I were a student there I'd probably flunk out.... spending too much time staring off into the blue.

    Good luck to your son!

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