Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Blog Give Away--The Luck of the Irish

Today is St. Patrick's Day and I am an Irishman so I would like to host a Give Away. Today (and only today) I am offering to give away some (not all) of my Irish luck to you. I don't sew aprons, make jewelry, decoupage boxes, or letter press anything. Every other day of the year I have nothing to offer. But today I feel lucky and I'm giving it away for free. Leave a comment to enter the Give Away. I don't know how many winners I will choose--it depends on the availability of my luck. Some days are luckier than others.

24 comments:

  1. Bring on the Irish luck!

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  2. Count me in, Irish sista.

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  3. feeling sooo lucky...

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  4. I just tried to leave a comment and my SAFARI crashed. Are you SURE you're lucky? I'll take some of your "luck" and see what happens. Maybe you could throw in a box of Lucky Charms too.

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  5. Me, me, me, me!

    (Perhaps I am spending too much time with a 2 year old).

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  6. I had to get shots today, I deserve some good luck.

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  7. I'd like some of your luck. I could really use it right now...

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  8. I could use some lucky Irish in my life, even if I don't get the luck myself.

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  9. Oooooo.....Pick me!

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  10. I am not Irish and have always been jealous of their luck, so I would LOOOOOOOOVE to be a receiver of your generosity. Pick ME!

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  11. are you sure you'll be able to live without your full measure of luckiness? If so, I could use a sprinkle. Danish people are not known for luck.

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  12. I have to admit that I've been stalking your blog. But the prospect of getting lucky is calling me out. (Wait, that didn't come out right.)

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  13. I could totally use some. Then maybe my appliances will stop breaking.

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  14. Do you have to be clever to be lucky? What a fun day!

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  15. Wow, Kacy, you are so generous! It's like you're my own personal ensign. So thanks.

    And get me lucks.

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  16. I'm coming out of lurker-ville to get in on some of your luck! :)

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  17. Now you've really gotta come up with something. Good luck with that!

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  18. Hey I was in your years ago..that should count for something right?
    Although, this could just be a ploy to get a lot of comments..

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  19. If it's a ploy to get comments, then you got lucky.

    May be the Blarney Stone of Blogging!

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  20. Isn't "Luck of the Irish" meant as a cynical comment on their LACK of luck? Not that you aren't lucky, of course, just a remark about generalities, not about specifics.

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  21. Jim Faulconer is and has always been jealous of my good luck. Now he's trying to disparage it, because he's been to Ireland and I haven't.

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