Saturday, May 22, 2010

Free Stamps For Quotes.


I have decided I need some great quotes.So to make it worth your while I am giving away these 2 clear stamp sets to a randomly picked poster.Leave me your favorite quote in the comments section and Saturday the 29TH of May I will pick a winner and send you your winnings.Only one per person,Quote must be left in the comments section-E mails will not be considered.You will need to check back here on Saturday the 29TH to see if you have won.If you see your name has been picked e mail me at goblue11654@yahoo.com and include a snailmail addy so I can send your winnings.Thanks and good luck.

11 comments:

Kati said...

Here's one from my cousin's FB page yesterday: "when you think you have it bad just remember a crowded elevator smells differently to a midget! see it could be worse!"

KatieScarlett said...

Life is too important to be taken seriously; - Oscar Wilde I think.

I hope you get lots of great quotes. I've got a million more if you need more!

Kathy in Utah

Sharon Greutman said...

U is a part of Us and with out U us has no meaning.
One of my favorites.
Sharon G in Hicsville, Ohio

Sharon Greutman said...

The author for the quote is unknown to me.

Shonda said...

A friend knows the song in my heart and sings it to me when my memory fails.

~ Donna Roberts

marlene said...

This is from a stamp I have...
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everday life." Picasso

cher46 said...

Well, aren't you sweet to do this!
A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
— George Moore

Anonymous said...

What a thoughtful of you to share with us stampers. Love your blog. I will be back

Anonymous said...

I am sorry I posted before and forgot to post my favorite quote. Here is mine.

The eyes are the windows to the soul but
the hands are the extension of the heart

Tresa said...

Our greatest Glory is not in falling, but in getting up every time we do, Confucius

Donna (Mrs. C on GW) said...

Worrying doesn't take the trouble out of tomorrow. It takes the strength out of today. -unknown