Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Celebrating 100 Followers!

Today I have officially hit 100 Google Connect followers! Time to celebrate!


Thank you so much to my readers for returning week after week to see my thrifting finds. I have met new friends and mentors along the way and I love communicating with you all via the comments section, email, and the Facebook page. I am very grateful and feel blessed to have such wonderful followers :)

As a small token of my appreciation (we are still small budget over at TTP blog!) I am giving-a-way a $15 Goodwill gift card to one of my readers. If you are a US or Canadian resident and are Google Connect follower numbers 1-100 you have been automatically entered! How easy is that?

I am using that random number generator thingy...

The winner is...




Follower and fellow blogger #84, MoneyInTheGarage!




MoneyInTheGarage, I have emailed you via your contact info on your blog.

Are you followers 101+ or a Facebook only follower? No worries, I will be doing these give-a-ways when I hit other milestones too!
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5 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I'm so glad that I've been following your wonderful blog for quite some time now...and that you follow mine too.

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  2. Congrats on your 100th! I've been up and running for about two years and still have about 40 followers. I love to share but don't post unless I really have something I think someone would enjoy. I'd like to posr more often, but really have a hard time with the time manangement thing ;-)

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  3. I am at 90 followers, my one year blogging anniversary is the end of April, maybe I will reach the magic 100 as well, It might be time for a draw! Congratulations, I've been following you for a while....

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  4. I thoroughly enjoy MoneyInTheGarage, another great read. Congrats on 100!

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