July Decoylab Giveaway

Posted by Maiko Kuzunishi on

Hope everyone is doing well this month of July! It is unusually cool here in Kansas City today. It says temperature is 69F. That's like crazy "cool" for mid summer where cool summer days supposed to be in the high 70s. That said, I am not complaining. It is a beautiful outside! I only wished I was out to enjoy it..

But I'm happy to finally catch up on Giveaways. I have not forgotten! By the request of Christina, I am offering a large squirrel clock for a giveaway! (Oh yeah, you can send me requests for the next giveaway.)

This giveaway will run until August 15th. August giveaway will start on the 1st, so feel free to give me ideas by sending me an email (via contact page. It's only me on the other side, so don't be shy!)

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  • “May you be strengthened with all power, according to his glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy.” Col. 1:11

    iamalighthouse on
  • I’m especially fond of this one by Dr. Seuss: “Say what you feel, and do what you say. Because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”

    Jenny on
  • Whatever you are, be a good one
    Abraham Lincoln

    A useful reminder for me :)

    Rachel on
  • “In this world, you can be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.
    I’ve been smart.
    I recommend pleasant.
    You may quote me.”
    Elwood P. Dowd (from the play Harvey by Mary Chase)

    Bennycatgirl on
  • “But Nutkin was excessively impertinent in his manners.”

    Christina Q. on
  • “Whether you think you can, or you can not, you are always right” -unknown

    Judie G. on
  • I am nuts about this!

    destiny on
  • My favorite quote is actually one of my own. It’s from a poem that served as the inspiration for my website:

    “I am the lab of my own experiment, the petri dish of my own experience.”

    Brett @ IAMTHELAB on
  • I know that I know nothing.

    Melise on
  • One of my favorite quotes is from George Eliot “It’s never too late to be what you might have been”. Quite comforting, isn’t it?

    Love the clock!

    Anne B. on

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