Friday, October 24, 2008


Quoth the Raven:
“We have a winner”....


At one before midnight, with Edward watching on, I slipped my hand inside a green witch hat and drew out a tiny slip of paper on which was written, in red, a very special name. We are thrilled to announce that the name written thereon, and thus the winner of our drawing for the Wee Good Witch Keepsake Box, Is.....

29 Black Street!

A most sincere congratulations to Susan, a sweet and creative blogger. Please email me your address and I shall get your prize in the mail. May you find some extra special keepsake to hide within your new little Halloween Box!


“Can we go to bed now?”
Edward

22 comments:

  1. Oh, Pamela, I think those might possibly be the loveliest photos of Edward yet (although that is a hard call!) He looks so handsome, and the bottom photo, where he looks so tired, is simply heartwarming.

    (And I completely missed the giveaway, but what a kind tribute to your readers!)

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  2. Congratulations.

    oooo Edward looks so cuddly I just want to snuggle him.

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  3. woo hoo ! And Missy D is a swoonin' this early morn over that oh so handsome Edward. She's thinking that perhaps a road trip to Georgia is in order to pick up our treasure in person. Wink. If only the teal coloured Escort wagon could make it that far. I'll email you. Thanks again ! xo S, and of course Miss Winnie Dixon

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  4. Edward as witch familiar, unusual.

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  5. Edward! What a sweet puppy you are! I want one of your hugs!
    Pamela, you really ought to frame those pictures! Precious!

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  6. Lovely photographs of Edward - Tess, my border terrier - sends licks.

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  7. Congratulations to the winner!

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  8. That Edward is just too adorable! Congrats to Susan! :^)

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  9. Congratulations to Susan on the win, and to you Pamela for having such a beautiful boy in your life. He is just adorable.

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  10. congrats!

    edward is a dear.
    he needs a hat too.

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  11. Congratulations to Susan! Thank you Pamela for staying up late for the name drawing. Fun post! Edward looks wonderful in the photos. Cute puppy!

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  12. AWWW, HE LOOKS SO FRIKING CUTE, i WAS TO KIDNAP HIM AND HAVE IT ALL FOR MY SELF

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  13. What lovely pictures :)

    I missed the giveaway post, but thank you for including me in your kind comments. I love visiting here, it's so warm and inspiring :)

    Kim x

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  14. Edward has got to be the world's cutest dog. One just wants to give him a big hug and kiss. So, I am sending him a hug and kiss all the way from 'Blogland'.

    Melissa

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  15. Pamela...I loved what you said about the Halloween of your youth. I agree. Of course, I guess every generation feels that way about theirs. Who remembers wax lips and fangs? Hand decorated brown paper sacks with bats, pumpkins and black cats out of construction paper and library paste! Popcorn balls and candy corn. Your images on your blog are always the best! LOVE Edward!

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  16. Those are such wonderful photographs with Edward's white fluffy fur against your beautiful blue velvet hat...really lovely!
    Edward has such a lovely warm and innocent face that is easy to fall under his charm.

    Pamela, you always have such wonderful posts and I am in awe of your amazing and prolific writing talent! It is always a pleasure to read your posts. Lately work has consumed too much time, but I am catching up.

    Gillian

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  17. Such beautiful photos of Edward. He looks so handsome - and so tired!!

    Well done Susan. Grump grump!!
    xx

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  18. How lovely! The colbalt blue of the hat against yours and Edwards beautiful hair is a vision!

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  19. Congrats to the winner. How did I miss this post? Look at Edward and his million dollar smile. Adorable hat and tres, tres adorable dog. He's so photogenic!

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