November 29, 2010

studio waterstone: a sale, a recovery, and a winner


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We ate, and ate, and then we ate more.
(Wes was nearly killed by a rogue pomegranate. The dish, however, was delicious.)

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We walked, played cards, laughed, watched old movies, rode bikes, shopped.
Oh, we shopped.

And now we are in the process of recovery.

How was yours?

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The Giveaway


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We looked over the Thanksgiving dishes and the one that intrigued the most was...

Italian Chard Stuffing from Carlene.
I must try this.

Congratulations, Carlene! You've won the recycled leather key pouch shown above.

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P.S. Studio Waterstone is having a Cyber Monday sale!
15% off everything in the shop.
Don't miss it! I'm not sure that I'll have another sale before Christmas!

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Have a wonderful Monday. See you tomorrow with some tutorial love.



9 comments:

  1. Oh wow, it looks like it's still warm there! We've got snow!

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  2. Rouge pomegranates are the worst! But yours is pretty.

    Congrats Carlene. You are going to love that key pouch!

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  3. Ooooh scary pomegranate - I have nightmares about those things! Happy Monday!!!

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  4. I'm still finding pomegranate bits under the cupboards after this summers attempt at a fruit salad. Never going to be healthy again!

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  5. Julia,
    We were blessed with GORGEOUS weather on Thanksgiving day - I think it was upper 60's. Making up for it now, though. BRRRRR. :)

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  6. I bought my kids a pomegranate to try and it looked like someone had been murdered when they finished with it. Messy but delicious!!!

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  7. Yaaaaaaahoo! I'm so excited! I love green! I think the whole office can hear me squealing! Thank you Lori!!! And I'll get that recipe to you tonight! You'll like it. Very yummy.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my neglected blog.

    And, thanks for reminding me to crack open the beautiful pomegrante on my dining room table.

    xoSherry

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  9. Sounds like such a nice family holiday! I'm sure you were thrilled to have your son home.

    Craig loves pomegranates but I never know what to do with them, other than tediously pick out the seeds and pop them in my mouth. I cut one open for him on Saturday and it's still sitting on the kitchen table...sigh...

    We were on vacation last week, so just catching up - still have 200 e-mails to go.

    Glad you had such a nice holiday weekend!

    Sue

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