Sunday, March 30, 2008

Scavenger Hunt on Bold and Free

This post will remain at the top of the page until the scavenger hunt is over on March 30th. For recent posts, please scroll down.
Bold and Free Scavenger Hunt

Jan at Bold and Free is hosting a scavenger hunt until March 30th.
The Rules are:
  1. Visit each blog (on Jan's site) and hunt for answers to their questions.
  2. Write down the answers and email to the address in my profile.
  3. Leave a comment on this post.
  4. Those who have followed directions and correctly answered all the questions will be entered into the drawing for 1st and 2nd prize. As you can see, we have many great prizes! Look at all the Starbucks Gift Cards!
  5. Participating blog’s are not eligible to win prizes but are free to play.

I am not familiar with all of the participants, but I am excited to get to know them. The ones I do know are excellent! You will be blessed!

The questions I submitted are actually for the Ponderings from the Path site, so if you are new and found yourself here, you need to follow the link over there to play the game, but come back here and visit for updated posts.

So, jaunt on over to Jan's, get blessed by some great writers, and pick up some great gifts.


    Jan Parrish said...

    Thinking and praying for you today. Please keep Ton in your prayers. She's sick again.

    Anonymous said...

    Okay, Jerri, WOW on your blog ... and especially part 5. Just what I needed to hear and I am sending the link to a few of my friends who need to hear it, too. I love when God does that through you! :)

    Love you, Debra



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