(Sorry for the delay, folks. Life called).
AND THE WINNER OF THE $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE IS: #193 PAMELA S.!!!
THE WINNER OF THE $10.00 STARBUCKS GIFT CARD IS: #108 HJ!!
Thank you to everyone who visited and played!! I really enjoyed reading your answers! We’ll do this again in June!
(Pamela and HJ, if you read this before I’ve contacted you, please email me!)
Coffee Chat is ALL about YOU! Here’s what you do: Answer the daily question. That’s it! (Beware! The questions get more challenging as the days go by!)
1. Each answer you leave in the comment section counts as one ticket. (One comment per day, please).
2. Subscribe to my feed, receive another ticket. (Please leave separate comment if subscribed).
3. Follow me on Twitter, receive another ticket. (Please leave separate comment if following).
On March 12th, at 4:00 p.m. CST, I’ll draw two winners – first place winner gets to choose a $25.00 gift certificate to an online retailer of his/her choice (see this page for store listings) AND, the second place winner will receive a $10.00 Starbucks gift card (U.S. residents only for the Starbucks gift card, please).
Confused? Contact Karen.
Ready for the questions?
Question #1:What’s something your parents used to say to you as a child that you promised yourself you’d never say — but now catch yourself saying all the time?
Question #2: What was the most recent compliment you received and savored?
Question #3 When you need to confront someone, would you rather communicate in person, on the phone, by email, or by letter? Why?
Question #4: As a kid, what did you want to grow up to be?
Question #5: If you were able to retrieve only one item on the way out of your burning home, what would it be? Explain. (Please assume that all humans and pets are safe).
Question #6: How important is it to set personal goals?
Question #7: What’s the most serious illness or injury you have ever faced?
LAST Question: What’s your most prized or sentimental possession? Explain.
My answer: I can’t say my husband – I don’t own him. I can’t say my children – I don’t own them. And I try not to get attached to material things, but I have to say, I’m pretty attached to my wedding ring. And it’s not just the monetary value, it’s a physical reminder of my married life. It’s been a GOOD married life, and it’s not over yet.
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