Wednesday, September 21, 2011

World Gratitude Day Giveaway

Today is World Gratitude Day. At Letters & Journals we're grateful for all of you! What are you grateful for? Leave a comment and one of you will win this Ecojot Jot & Share Notebook.
"Orange is the happiest color." Frank Sinatra 

Contest ends midnight Saturday, September 24 and is open to all. The winner will be announced Sunday, Sept. 25 and they will have 48 hours to email me their mailing information. If you're not sure you can respond that quickly you are more than welcome to email me your address now...just in case. Or you can leave your email and/or mailing address in the comment. We just try to avoid having to chase and wait for people to see that they've won. Thanks and Good Luck!

12 comments:

Emily B said...

I'm grateful many times over for family and for new language-learning opportunities. (Both very important to a language geek college student :))

Meredith said...

I am grateful for health, recovered (nearly) after a year of illness. One never knows what a treasure one's health is it is threatened.

Weims319 said...

I am grateful for the constant joy my two dogs bring to my life. I am also very grateful that my brother's deployment is almost over and that I will get to see him again soon.

MILLICENT said...

This might sound goofy, but the thing that I am grateful for is that I am able to find things to be grateful for. Especially with the world the way it is now, this can be a challenge. It is all the more poignant when something causes you to just go "wow" because the right words escape you. That is when my gratitude is at its peak :)

Jane Cullen said...

I am grateful for my neices and nephews and the happiness they bring me daily.

Melody said...

I'm grateful for health and being in my right mind.

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Julie (O-kami) said...

I'm grateful for my wonderful partner, George, and two awesome Akitas.

Catherine said...

I am grateful that I can still walk on my two legs and feet. I saw someone using crutches to walk down Madison Avenue today, and even if it's only a temporary setback for her, it's terribly inconvenient.

pandacola said...

I'm grateful for having a job. These days I feel very lucky! polartrip /at/ yahoo.com

Patricia H. said...

I'm grateful for my boys. I feel so blessed to have them.

ginigin said...

I am grateful for the peace and contentment that nature brings me, for my home and land that allows me to live in nature, and for the capacity to open myself to nature fully.

kthall64 said...

Samuel Pepys included reflections on what he was grateful for in every one of his monthly and yearly "status updates." The author of the preface to "The Shorter Pepys" wrote: "Pepys had a gift for happiness that amounts to genius, and it lights up almost every page."