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You've Been Inked Award

I visited a blog today during the "How you met your husband bloghop" and after I commented on her entry, I looked around and read few other posts she had written. The name of the blog is The Enchanted Writer.

Well, I realized how cool and utterly informative the blog was and decided to follow. Wouldn't you know it! I was her 200th follower. Woot! Woot! I know how completely EXCITED I would be if I had 200 followers. I've got a looooong way to go, but hey! I can cheer for other, can't I? Sure I can!

So, I'm having a party in celebration and honor of the the owner of the Enchanted Writer, Andrea Teagan.

The 2nd reason I am so excited about this is because one of my favorite characters in the very first manuscript I wrote (that has started on the journey to find a publisher) is named TEAGAN.

How amazing, right? You gotta love it as much as me. If (*when*) this story ever gets published, I hope I can remember to send you a copy, Andrea!

Won't you join the party with me! Lets' have some cake and ice cream!


                                                                               

Oh, and Andrea, I am giving you an award! This is an award I created and I give it out to whomever I please for whatever reason I want. I'm giving it to you because, well,  being a new follower, your amazing blog, AND in honor of my character, Teagan. So Andrea, you've been inked!

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  1. I stopped by for the party and to follow back.
    and congratulations to Andrea :)

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  2. Hey Heather (I love your name! I've always thought it was such a preppy name!)

    Grab a party hat and eat some cake! It's going to be a long weekend! Enjoy the fireworks:)

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  3. Yay! I love parties! and I hope the cake is chocolate.

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  4. I had a feeling that the 200th person would be special, and would be someone I'd like to get to know. I am so glad it is you :)

    Thank you so much for honoring me with a celebration! I will be posting this up on my blog as well. I look forward to reading your story, that is so cool that they are named Teagan.

    *hugs*
    Andrea

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    1. Thank you Andrea, for hopping over and saying hi:) Here's to the 200th follower friendship. Hey! We can start our own something special. Some kind of promotion/celebration something or another. I don't know. Let's think on it and come up with something spectacular, okay?

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    2. yay!!!! That sounds fun. If you get any ideas let me know!

      theenchantedwriter(at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. how scrumptuous!
    and love the coincidence of the cool name!
    so sweet of you to host a party in ms. teagan's honor!

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  6. Thanks Tara. And so nice to see you over here again:)
    Andrea has a GREAT blog. She deserves it. Ps. Good luck over at DAISIES. :)

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