Friday, 29 December 2017

Pixies Snippets Playground - prize decision

Having thought more about it, I've decided to give you the option of opting for all or just part(s) of prizes in the great Holiday Giveaway. Although it does make life easier for me (and reduces postage) to send prizes as one bundle - if you do want to just play for part of one of the prizes then I'll work around that if your name comes out of the hat first.

The Post Office already think I'm off my trolley so what difference would a few extra packages make if prizes are split - plus it 'spreads the love a bit further' as Parsnip has wisely said.

BTW, I did giggle when some of you got a surprise that Parsnip is a little white fluffy bear (as per his photo the other day). I do still long for a doggie companion for him and we're working on that one - in fact, before the big day Len told me he'd bought a Christmas gift that I'd never guess. My response was just a one word - a very hopeful 'Woof?!'. Not right after all but I think he's getting the message - especially when I go out for a walk holding one arm out front with an imaginary lead and a little dog leading the way!!


23 comments:

  1. Ha on the imaginary lead Di, very kind of you to separate prizes, too Miss, you're the best!
    Hope.. pray Christmas was truly wonderful, if puppy-less!!!
    Shaz in Oz.x

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  2. You are an angel to do all this work for us, and I also laughed at the lead bit. You should get one of those joke leads (if you can still get them) where it sticks straight out with your "invisible dog" on the end.

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  3. It's a great idea having a new "doggie brother" for Parsnip! :)
    You are very generous with us, thanks for the chances in this great Holidays Giveaway!
    Hugs

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  4. My mind is boggling with the 'invisible dog' on the lead ... thank you for all you do for this fabulous community
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  5. 😄 Now I know I won’t imagine him as a little white Westie running about and just to say thank you for running the challenge and such generous prizes throughout the year x

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  6. Put Parsnip on the lead and take him for a walk. Len will either give in to the doggie or have you committed...... with you on the prize idea - thank you. x

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  7. Awww bless you Di you are so generous. I am sure my son would loan you Bear...lol...but he's rather large. Woof to Len!! Hugs xxx

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  8. I am sure the post office is glad for your custom. Good luck with the woof. HUgz

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  9. Hehe, I'd love to see you walking your imaginary dog friend. X

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  10. It is really kind and generous of you to go slong with splitting the prizes Di and I hope you get a sweet little doggie companion soon. x

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  11. Now that I would like to see - the invisible dog! So generous of you to offer this as one prize too.

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  12. Dear Di,
    I wish you one great healty year 2018
    big hug
    Tamara

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  13. Just had to smile at you walking an imaginary dog - hope your wishes come true in due course. I reckon the Post Office should pay you a commission on the amount of business you put their way!! How kind and generous is the offer to split prizes if requested.

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  14. May your 2018 be fun and filled with creativity. Good decision about sharing prizes. :-D

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  15. So sweet of you, Di! Maybe Mr Random will make it work out not to have to split any prizes anyway! You're welcome here anytime to walk with me & Fritz--you can hold the leash!

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  16. Good luck with the dog hunt - I am sure you will get there eventually!

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  17. oh thats so nice of you to split prize.
    thank you
    Happy New year!

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  18. Great visual, Di! I hope you get your wish!! We are heading in the same direction here, only here it will be a big WOOF for the Mister to take hiking with him. Great idea, right? lol! Happy New Year Hugs, Darnell

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  19. To split prize - so sweet of you, Di!
    I'd love to see you walking your imaginary dog friend :-))))
    At the moment, there are two dogs in our home - one belonging to friends who are skiing. So much joy!
    Happy New Year Di!
    Hugs, Majda

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  20. You are too good to us. I need to steal you a manual leg lifter loop from work. Officially, it's a long piece of thick but pliable wire encased in a thin strip of fabric, that has been stitched so that you can form an open loop at one end to ease it round your foot and has a looped handle that you can grip to help lift your leg into bed etc. It also makes an awesome comedy invisible dog dog lead!

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  21. I love your fun posts, Di. :-) And your sweet generosity.
    I do hope you get a cute puppy friend soon. Imaginary ones
    are ok for a bit, but after awhile, you need a real one. lol

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  22. Well I have to say that a real pup will take more work than a stuffed bear but walking a real dog is probably easier than keeping up the charade with an empty leash, haha! You are always such a joy and I hope that you had a cozy Christmas. As for your prizes, I am always surprised that I don't have ANY of the goodies that you offer in my craft stash already. So many temptations out there!

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  23. Awwww....of course you need a sweet pup. I prefer cats, of course, but I really miss our Growl-Dog....such a loyal, devoted dog. I hope you find a puppy soon.
    Thank you for being so accommodating on the prizes for those who are only interested in parts. You are so generous!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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