I'm posting late this morning -agh! Of all mornings to be late, it WOULD have to be when you are waiting with baited breath to find out who won. I'll explain my tardiness in a minute.
The Most Points Winner is: Trudy Mintun, with a whopping 1540 points! Trudy really got into the "sorting" day, which had unlimited points available....this is what she said in her email:
I sure did enjoy this month. I finally got to do points all the way through the month. The day i enjoyed the most was the day we sorted things. I had way too many piles of things around the house. I now have organized craft bins. I did knitting needles, crochet hooks, colors of yarn, type of yarn, and patterns (men. women, children, baby, home). I also sorted my embroidery floss into their respective little dividers. I did socks, summer and winter clothes, I sorted out good towels from scrub towels (I now need some new towels), I sorted books that I want to keep from books that need to go to the used book store. I then sorted books from the used book store that I could donate to the library. I had a great day!
You never know when a Small Thing will strike a chord with you and make you go a little bit nuts - in a good way! Congratulations, Trudy - WELL DONE!! You will receive the gift certificate to Sam Moon.
Our Random Drawing Winner is Tracie Troester. Tracie will receive the Anthony Evans CD, which I know she will love.
I'll announce November's Prizes tomorrow - mostly because I'm still behind from this weekend and have a little detail to wrap up before I let you know what they are. We spent much of the weekend finishing up a cool graphic art piece that is being featured in an upcoming Priscilla Shirer Bible Study. It seems like no matter how much you plan, there are always last-minute snafu's that cause anxiety. I admit I was really, really anxious about this one. I'd show you a photo but I'm not sure I have permission.
Priscilla, taping at a museum
Filming took place yesterday - so we got up early to pack up the 8 x 12 foot canvas and frame, and then set it up on location at a museum. I guess now you could say my work has hung in a museum - ha! Probably the closest I will ever come to that happening. Priscilla makes taping look easy - she is just. so. good. By the time everything wrapped up and we got home from dinner and unloaded, I was just too pooped to pull together today's posts. So that's my story - it was an exciting day, to say the least, and I can't wait until ya'll can see the video and hear Priscilla make me sound like Michelangelo to make her spiritual point! :)