14 Oct 2009

Who won this time?

Joyfulmum, that's who!

Hip Hip Hooray!

Congratulations, Joyfulmum - as winner of The Great Aussie Living Book Give Away #5, you're now the proud owner of Jeannie Gunn's We of the Never Never. Hurrah! Can you please email me with your snail mail address and I'll get your prize off to you asap.

Thank you all of you for making A Peaceful Day's first birthday such a special one. Blogging has become a significant part of my life during the last year, and I have made some really special friends.

I've really enjoyed The Great Aussie Living Book Give Away. I won't be able to keep it up on a weekly basis, but I still have a few duplicate books to do something with. Keep an eye out for more free books during the coming months, and do keep reading A Peaceful Day. My life would not be nearly as full and rich without you.


  1. Hello Jeanne! Thank you for your comment about my scrapbooking post! Really briefly you have to have a program that can manipulate photos- i bought photoshop elements 7. All the bits and pieces can be found online and LOTS of it is free as well as the tutorials. I have had a wonderful time (what little I have) learning about it and I haven't even scratched the surface- this literally is my first digital creation. But a software program is essential- other than that the world is your oyster!!!
    Blessings to you and happy first blogging birthday! It is an honour to have "met" you!

  2. Thank you for stopping by "In the Potter's Hands." I have really enjoyed browsing your blog. So many good ideas! I will return often.

  3. Congratulations AJoyfulMum...xxx

  4. oh really!!! I won something!!! Hooray!!!
    Thank you so much Jeanne but I feel so awful to take that book from you Jeanne:(
    I really wouldn't mind it if you changed your mind and didn't want to part with it, really!

  5. Hey, Joyfulmum, I know you'll treasure it too!!

    I'm glad it is you who won it though.

    Email me!


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