Monday, March 19, 2012

Brr! Giveaway

Brr Fat Quarter Bundle Giveaway!
*the giveaway is now closed*


I was hoping to get to this sooner, but life has been a little distracting lately. ;) I'm so excited to offer a giveaway for a fat quarter bundle of Laurie Wisbrun's yet to be released line Brr! If you have been around here for a bit, you know that I have had to pleasure of working with her fabric line.



The first thing I made was a pair of pajamas for my daughter. She wears them all the time and loves the polar bears!


Sleepover Pajamas in Brrr!




Ahh...snow...a thing of the past.

just a little hike




Then I decided to play along with Katie's Swoon along and made a mini Swoon with four blocks. Here's the four blocks together in a photo mosaic.

Future Swoon Quilt - Layout plan




I've decided to hand quilt the swoon, so it will be a little bit before I'm finished. I don't really know what I'm doing, but I'm having fun.


Hand quilting my swoon




I'm making progress although I haven't been able to work on it a few weeks. Soon I hope!


Hand Quilting my swoon





But enough about me...I know you guys want a chance at some of this adorable fabric!

To enter to win the fat quarter bundle you can

1. Help Distract me ;) Leave me a comment with a funny thought, joke, or story. Anything!

2. Become a follower or let me know that you are a follower.



Good luck everyone!

473 comments:

  1. There is no better new fabric in all of blogland than BRRRR!! Oh, I'm a follower!!

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  2. I went looking for quilting jokes/puns. I liked this one:

    You know you're a quilter if... you pet fabric.

    :)

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  3. Here is a joke for the first day of spring:
    Four high school boys afflicted with spring fever skipped morning classes. After lunch they reported to the teacher that they had a flat tire. Much to their relief she smiled and said, "Well, you missed a test today so take seats apart from one another and take out a piece of paper." Still smiling, she waited for them to sit down. Then she said: "First Question: Which tire was flat?"

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  4. I am an avid follower of your blog. You make the cutest things :)

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  5. Why do people wear shamrocks on St Patrick's day? Because regular rocks are too heavy ;D

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  6. When I see this line it makes me think of Coke. Maybe it's the Polar bear and the red, also the blue hints at ice cold. I love an ice cold Coke and I love this fabric!

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  7. I almost got took to jail one time. It wasn't my fault. Stupid blue lights.

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  8. I follow you alrady. Does that count?

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  9. I'm a follower. Thanks, Angela!

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  10. I follow you already - and love those polar bear jammies!

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  11. Here is a Brr.. themed joke: peguin walks into the bar and says, "Have you seen my brother?" Bartender says, "I don't know, what does he look like?"

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    1. I don't know that its a funny thought, but its a fun one. My Kitty is all curled up in a ball next to me keeping warm hasn't left my side all night!

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  12. Quilting haha: As you sew, so shall you rip.

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  13. I am also a follower! Thanks for the chance!!

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  14. True story from my day.

    My husband works an on call job and was out working all night. This morning I was trying to be nice and not turn on the overhead lights. Picked out my clothes, put on my shoes and off I went. I stopped at Sonic to get a drink for work and my foot itched. I looked down to scratch it and realized I was wearing two different shoes!

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  15. Oh, I wish I had something funny to tell you about but nothing is coming to mind at the moment (is it almost bedtime?). One thing that struck me funny today though you kind of had to be there, was my youngest son outside playing road hockey with our neighbour boy, and my son was wearing shorts, rain boots, a winter coat, all his hockey gear, and it was raining! At least he had the boots part right!!

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    1. reminds me of how my two year old was dressed today!

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  16. I follow your blog via google reader.

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  17. Okay, here is a joke for you! How does Lady Gaga like her meat? Ra-Ra. Hope you got a giggle, I just heard that joke today and it gave me a chuckle. Thanks for sharing this sweet fabric! Although I'm not quite ready to think of next winter YET (we still have some snow on the ground here... ugh!).

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  18. And, I am a follower of your blog! Thanks!

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  19. OK you know how Jamaican people have a fun accent...., right?
    Now consider a Jamaican-pirate.....
    Argg man.... shiver me timbers man....

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  20. I too am a follower. Thanks for the chance.

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  21. I'm having fun doodling on the pollen residue on my car...

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    1. we JUST got our car washed yesterday. I couldn't even see out the side windows!

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  22. I have nothing to entertaining or distracting, I usually head on over to yahoo and catch up on the entertainment news. Tonight it was dancing with the stars and waiting on severe weather to hit us. Nothing yet and it is 11 pm.

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  23. This is a friend's Facebook Status today (it is not me - really!!):
    OH.MY. Put on a tank top to clean this am. Had to run out for a few errands, so I threw on a light jacket over my tank. Decided that I surely needed....um, undergarments. So, took off jacket and put bra on OVER tank top knowing that I would keep jacket mostly zipped up. Well, got hot..forgot about bra on OUTSIDE of shirt and , yep.....unzipped jacket. Walked around for hours wearing my bra on the outside of my shirt. Yeah.....

    How's that for a distraction - LOL!!!!!!

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    1. hysterical! She must have been very busy! lol

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  24. I am no good a jokes...I can never remember them! So let me just say - I love your swoon, I joined the swoon along but quickly felt "all swooned out" and I hadn't even started my own...I guess too much of a good thing is not good and I am not a crowd follower but lately there have been some really nice swoons popping up and I am starting to feel inspired again! Thank You!

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  25. I am a very happy follower - thanks for the chance to win !

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  26. Our bulldog, for lack of a better term, farts so much sometimes she gets up and walks away from her own stink! Oh, my, she just did it again!

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  27. A professora pergunta:Niky,quem descobriu a América?E o menino responde:Não fui eu. A professora telefona para a mãe do menino e reclama:Seu filho não está com atenção nos estudos,eu perguntei quem descobriu a América e ele disse que não foi ele...A mãe diz para a professora:Se Niky disse que não foi ele,não foi mesmo.Ele não é mentiroso.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  28. The past, the present and the future walk into a bar. It was tense.

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    1. love it! My dad would totally love this joke.

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  29. I don't know if I have a really funny story or anything but I'd like to say I love the little outfit you made. So adorable! And the swoon blocks--amazing!

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  30. Sou seguidora e contei uma piada sem graça????tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  31. I already had your button on my blog.

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  32. Thanks for the chance to win this urber cool fabric.

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  33. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I am wayyy to tired to be funny or entertaining, but if you want a quick distraction, head over to my blog and help me name my 7 unnamed goldfish!

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  34. I am a follower, too, thanks!

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  35. Do you know what SABLE stands for?
    Stash accumulation beyond life expectancy. Or hoarder!

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  36. This is my favourite joke at the minute, courtesy of my mother-in-law (it was near St Patrick's Day when it went around, so the victim is an Irishman, of course):

    An Irishman goes to the doctor for a checkup. The doctor looks at him and says, "Your weight is getting really out of control. How about this: for the rest of the month, eat regularly for two days, then skip the third day. Come back in four weeks, and you should have lost about five pounds by then."

    So the Irishman goes away, and comes back at the end of the month. The doctor is astounded by the sixty pounds he's lost! "Wow," he says, "this is an amazing result!"

    "Tis," says the Irishman, "but I'll tell you, I thought I was going to drop dead on that third day!"

    "Ah yes, from the hunger, you mean," sympathizes the doctor.

    "Naw, it wasn't that so much, it was just exhausting bloody skipping everywhere!"

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  37. Oh! And of course, I am a follower :D

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  38. The gals were all at quilt retreat, near a main street in town. That morning, a funeral cortege went by, and one woman from the group stood reverently at the window as it passed. On the way from the church to the cemetery, it passed the window again, and again the woman stood quietly to watch it go by.

    Another woman at the retreat noticed, and said to her “I’m so impressed by the reverence you showed to that funeral. It’s very thoughtful of you.”

    The woman said to her: “It’s the least I can do: we were married for over 36 years!”

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    1. oh I shouldn't laugh at that but i did!

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  39. When my son was little he used to tell this joke...

    Why did the tree go to the hospital?
    Because he lost his eyeball!

    You have to imagine a 4 year old telling it.
    Thanks for the giveaway I love the polar bears!!

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  40. I don't know that I am very distracting, but I am distracted! I was working on a quilt today and have a messy tangle of perle cotton that I am using. I got up to go get a cup of tea and when I got back to my chair I couldn't find that perle cotton. I heard my daughter yell in the next room - she thought my little ball of tangled up thread was a spider! I guess it stuck to my pants when I walked through!

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  41. I am a terrible story teller so instead I am going to direct your attention to iwasteosmuchtime.com which is full of laughable things. thanks for the chance!

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  42. A distraction? Well, for distraction here in Melbourne I have Kookaburras that sit in the tree and laugh all day long. I also have a bird that has a call that sounds like the first line of the chorus to La Bamba. Now that's a song that can be distracting.
    Thanks for your blog!!

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  43. I'm a follower as well and what you are doing with the BRR is so cute!

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  44. I went into my sewing room today to sew, instead I tidied which I felt was quite funny; I try to avoid tidying!

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  45. Today some conversation went to having chickens in "town" as compared with having dogs. One of the comments was "I'd rather step in chicken poop than dog poop"... sorry, that's all I could think of and I'm sure you're NOT thinking about fabric now :)

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  46. Something funny.....our three year old granddaughter calls my hubby "grumpa". LOL! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  47. I am a follower, too. Thanks again for the chance to win!

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  48. I was just folding laundry, and thought of how nice it was that my son was past the age when he would only wear his one pair of undies over and over because they were his favorite. Thank goodness for the little things!

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  49. ... and I follow your blog ... :)

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  50. What do you call an empty jar of Cheez Whiz? Cheez Waz. :)

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  51. I can never remember jokes but this little video is hilarious. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eeQjiMb9sE

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  52. Brrr! completely describes the way I'm feeling at the moment...while everyone else seems to be having unseasonably warm weather...we have unseasonably cold weather. Oh well, all this snow shoveling gives me a great work out.

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  53. I am definitely a follower!!! :)

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  54. Silly kid joke-
    Why is six afraid of seven?
    Because seven ate nine (7-8-9)

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  55. I'm one of your followers. Also, this bundle is super cute, but your daughter is way more adorable :)

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  56. "What are polar bears called when they get caught in the rain?" "Drizzly bears"! LOVE this fabric, so so cute! I am a follower, good luck this week!!
    Kathy
    dkhillerud@hotmail.com

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  57. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance!

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  58. A dog with his arm in a sling walks into a saloon and says, "I'm looking for the man that shot my paw."

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  59. This is such a cute collection! I am terrible at telling jokes but great at making the best sound effects, so here goes...There I just did one for you! Can you guess what it was. ;)

    P.S. Wishing you the best of luck in the thing that we are currently not thinking about! :)

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  60. Darling fabric! I wish I had something clever to add here, but it's past 11pm and I'm all clevered out. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  61. I follow you through Google Reader!

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  62. Sadly I can't tell jokes, not in german and even not in english. Sorry!But a funny story? We live very close to a small animalpark. One day my DH comes home and tells me, there is a monkey in the garage. Of course I laugh and think he is making a joke.But no way, there was really sitting a small monkey on top of the bikes! So we called the animalpark and two men came to get the monkey back which was quite a difficult task! I think everyone who visits us has to listen to this story!

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  63. Where do snowmen & snowwomen go to dance the night away? The snow ball! That one is courtesy of my 8 year old daughter :) I thought a winter-themed joke would be appropriate given the fabric. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  64. Well, I surely enjoyed the distraction of reading all the jokes and stories people posted here today! I, however, can't come up with anything (performance anxiety, perhaps!),but I'm sure something funny will come to me in the middle of the day when it does me absolutely no good because I'll be far from my computer! However, I love the jammies you made your daughter and your swoon is perfect! Thanks for the opportunity to win some of that awesome fabric!

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  65. I follow your blog in google reader. Thanks again!

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  66. tbh I can't think of anything funny today as i'm too tired but I love your swoons ;o)

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  68. And I'm a follower! Please put my name in the hat for the BRRR fabric - looks so pretty - I have ideas to use it now! : )

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  69. That is beautiful fabric... and my 6yo would probably steal it as it came through the mail slot. I dont know what plans she would have for it, but I am sure they would be elaborate

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  70. I worded the joke incorrectly so it wasn't as funny...

    Q: What's the different between a snow man and a snow woman?


    A: Snowballs!


    Thanks for the chance!

    June

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  71. I am a happy follower who enjoys every blog post :-)

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  72. 5 years old son of my friend asked her this week end:

    "Mom if you die before you finish cooking, will you take the stove to the heaven with you?"

    He's on a diet so I guess he was very hungry and concerned about the stove :-)

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  73. I've had hardly any sleep due to teething toddler, so I don't have my funny pants on sorry. Gorgeous fabric, LOVE Laurie's work!

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  74. Thanks for the chance! I follow you through Google Reader.

    Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

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  75. my baby showered me in kisses for the first time ever a few days ago - she's kissed me before, but never like this! it was the most wonderful thing in the whole world. she was super excited and just puckered her baby lips up. they were covered in barley & breast milk LOL she gave me like a dozen kisses in a row - some closed mouth, some not so much. the moose will be 1 year on the 31st :D

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  76. Sunday after church, a Mom asked her very young daughter what the lesson was about.
    The daughter answered,
    'Don't be scared, you'll get your quilt.'
    Needless to say, the Mom was perplexed.
    Later in the day, the pastor stopped by for tea and the Mom asked him what that morning's Sunday school lesson was about.
    He said,
    'Be not afraid, thy comforter is coming.'

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  77. I am a follower of your blog. Thanks for the giveaway!!!!

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  78. here´s one of my daughters favourite jokes:

    Teacher: I hope I didn't see you looking at Fred's test paper.
    Pupil: I hope you didn't see me either!

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  79. An old couple was sitting together at the breakfast table and the wife says to the husband "my bosoms still burn for you after all these years." then the husband says " That's because one's in your oatmeal and the other one is in your coffee!
    Hope this made you laugh.

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  80. I just got home from work, which is rather dull (although my family seems to think I live an exotic and exciting life), so I had to think about what entertaining events have recently occured.
    It should have been more obvious: The annual Seabee Ball was earlier this month, at which I witnessed two dozen Navy Seabees in dress uniform, singing and dancing to the Village People. (Just one song, out of the entire evening, but it definitely stands out the most!)

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  81. I'm shockingly bad at jokes...

    "How do you put an elephant in the fridge?"
    "open the door and push real hard".

    See. Told ya.

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  82. How about this; Whenever I feel like cleaning, I just lie down and the feeling goes away.
    Thanks for an awesome giveaway.

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  83. Q: What do polar bears like to eat in the cold?
    A: A "brrr"-"grrr"!

    Bwa ha ha ha!

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  84. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance!

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  85. I'm no good at telling stories, especially with my migraine-plagued brain today.. I am a follower, though. :)

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  86. I wish I could give you a joke but I honestly can never remember the important tidbids of info when it is time to repeat it sorta defeats the whole purpose of being a joke. Instead I just need to tell you good luck in Moda's sliced competition and keep up the great work. I also loved your mini quilt that you made. Beautiful work and great ideas that you've down onto fabric. Keep it up! Thanks for the chance.

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  87. I am a follower. It is too early (5:3am) for me to go looking for jokes - I can never remember them; except one made on me by my then ten year old daughter. What has four eyes and can't see - MOM - a real knee slapper at the time;^)

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  88. I've been thinking about funny stories and a couple "stupid criminal" incidents come to mind. Both happened some years back, both in the small town where I live, and both went on to make national news. Not sure what that says about the place I live! In the first incident, a man was practicing his quick-draw skills in a quick-draw competition AGAINST A SNOWMAN. Things didn't go well and he shot himself in the leg. Oops. In the second incident, a guy wrapped his entire head in DUCT TAPE and went to rob a liquor store. He barely got out of the parking lot when 2 passersby tackled him. The police came and arrested him. Later that night they showed him on the news with his face all red and irritated like you might imagine it would be after pulling off duct tape -- and he was proclaiming "I didn't do it, I ain't no duct tape bandit".
    Maybe it's time to move.

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  89. i love corny jokes so here goes.
    What do you call a man rolling around in leaves?
    Russell!

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  90. and i follow you via google reader

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  91. Wh at a great giveaway! I found your blog through the Swoon Flickr group. Your blocks look great and the hand quilting pops on the grey! I am a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  92. I'm a merry little follower :-) OK more like a grumpy frumpy follower but that doesn't sound as cute!

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  93. I don't have any funny jokes of my own but I've been reading the other comments and some of the stories really made me laugh! z

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  94. What a great giveaway, I love Laurie! Your hand quilting is looking great, I think the swoon just calls for that little extra texture that hand quilting gives.

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  95. I've been following you on bloglovin, but now I'm officially #1109 in here too.

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  96. I've tried to distract you by making you sweep up all that Goddess dust. :)

    I'm still using scraps from Laurie's collection of Tufted Tweets, but it would be so nice to have some of the new one. Thx for the chance.

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  97. Knock, knock.
    Who's there??
    Duane.
    Duane who??
    Duane the tub Mommy! I'm dwowning!

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  98. Hey Angela:
    What kind of birds "flock together"??????????????????????????





    Velcrows!!

    I love your swoon blocks! I have the pattern, but am timid about starting...
    Get to work, now!

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  99. I'm a follower! And I apologize for that joke. Not enough coffee yet to be too witty ....

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  100. I'm a follower- by email. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  101. The police officer got out of his car as the kid who was stopped for speeding rolled down his window. 'I've been waiting for you all day,' the officer said. The kid replied, Yeah, well I got here as fast as I could.' When the cop finally stopped laughing, he sent the kid on his way without a ticket.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  102. Brr! is adorable (like your daughter in her Brr! p.j.s). Joke time....When do you go on red and stop on green???

    When you're eating watermelon!!!

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  103. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. Why is 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 9.

    nicoleg0 at hotmail.com

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  105. I follow your blog through email subscription.

    nicoleg0 at hotmail.com

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  106. I took my boy fishing last year. He was 2 1/2. As we were walking down the bank, he excitedly (and very randomly) proclaimed, "look at this! I have skin!"

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  107. I am a follower of your blog. Those pjs are adorable!

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  108. I am going to the midnight opening of the Hunger Games this week. I feel like a teenager.... going out in the middle of the night. Ha! It should be fun. I know that's not interesting, but it should take up some of your time :)

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  109. I follow you via Google Reader.

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  110. An Irish joke I told for St. Patrick's Day...

    What's Irish and is out all night?

    Paddy O'Furnitiure

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  111. ooo such a cute little girl in a very great pyjamas! i follow you by the newsletter!
    have a great week

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  112. I am in the middle of making lunch for my girls, so this is courtesy of 365 raisins:
    Why did the raisin go out with a prune? Because he couldn't find a date.

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  113. I'm a happy follower through Google Reader. Luv your blog!!

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  114. Love this fabric! I am hording the scrap you sent with a trade this winter:)

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  115. Why did the squirrel cross the road? To prove to the chicken it could be done.

    Good luck this week, I have been following each of your SLICED entries and they are amazing and I really *really* hope you have a relaxed and creative coast into the finish line. Your work is amazing and just continue to do what you do so well.

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  116. Also, I have been following you since your Over the Rainbow min-quilt. You story still makes me tear up!

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  117. I was suprised to find I was not already a follower... I am now :)

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  118. I'm a follower! I love what you've done with your Brr fabrics! Those PJs are darling!

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  119. Will it distract you enough to know that I have an apt with the dentist this morning???? Do you feel my pain???? I really hate going to the dentist, but I've neglected it long enough....it is so hard not having insurance. Uhg!

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  120. I am a follower already. That fabric is so crisp...you've caught it fabulously with the snow pictures. :)

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  121. I am a follower....
    nydia@nydiakehnlephotography.com

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  122. I am a follower! I love the Brr fabrics!

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  123. I think happyplace.com is a pretty distracting website, check it out! :)

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  124. I don't do jokes well, but I will distract you by telling you that yesterday at sunset my husband went to a nearby beach and took a picture of the Gulf of Mexico. Normally at sunset the water is very calm and the sun reflects off the surface like a mirror, but yesterday the sea was angry. There were large swells and each was pockmarked with little wind distortions. The sun was a dull orange that matched the mood of the waves and the clouds didn't light up with the fading sun so the sunset which is usually a bright modern patchwork was more light a picture of reproduction fabrics.

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  125. I have this cat...he is a Manx (no tail) and he thinks that every single quilt I make, I make for HIM! He tries to lay on them with his beautiful long black hair and his big golden eyes staring up at me. He also loves to play with all the scraps and thread bobbins. He really is amusing, but a pain at times. :)

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  126. I am a follower. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  127. I am not good at jokes, but I recently found this on the internet...

    You Know you are a Quilter If........
    There's more Fabric in the House than Food

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  128. I am a follower. I love your blog and love the pajamas too. I will have to do this for the next ones that I make for my two munchkins.

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  129. I am no good at jokes, I always get the punchline wrong! Heard this one on TV the other day... what did the scarf say to the hat... you go on ahead I'm going to go around... ha! I thought it was clever!! hehe

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  130. new follower here! I just love your swoon blocks!!

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  131. My favourite quote at the moment is: Never iron a four leaf clover, you don't want to press your luck.
    Hope this helps.

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  132. I can't think of anything funny right now. My four year old granddaughter has shingles of all things so I have been reading all the comments and laughing. Love the flat tire story Mary told.

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  133. I'm taking the easy way out. I'm a follower. I just cannot ever remember jokes!

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  134. A possible funny thing that I think of whenever I see this line - there should be a coke bottle print to go along with the polar bears, especially with the print you put on the shirt. That's all I can think of when I see that particular polar bear.

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  135. Cute pj's...My darling grandones are talking over dinner...not great eaters....
    Granddaughter says "I don't like the taste of this chicken"
    Grandson says "Plug your nose, you won't taste it. That's what I do whenever my dinner is disgusting!" Kids can say the darnedest things...(o:

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  136. Knock, knock.
    Who's there?
    Orange.
    Orange who?
    Orange you glad I'm entering your giveaway?!

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  137. I'm already a happy follower...:)

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  138. Knock Knock!
    Who’s there?
    Doughnut.
    Doughnut who?
    Doughnut worry, it is just a joke!

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  139. And I follow your blog with Google Reader. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  140. I am not very good at telling jokes---sorry! BUT I am definitely a followers...you are on my sidebar--patricia-myquiltingadventure.blogspot.com. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  141. I'm a follower. Loved reading all the jokes!

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  142. I am a follower :) Thanks for the chance!

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