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I Won A Contest!!

I am not one to brag about myself. Really, I'm not! But i just had to share about this contest I entered not too long ago. Now, I have entered several contests and it pains me to say, I haven't won, but one. (This makes my second) Sad to say, the contest I did win did not result in anything.

BUT. I. Finally. Won! No one would believe this if I just told them about it, so PLEASE check out the link. Then come back and tell me what you think. I am completely happy about winning. Go on. Go look:)



  1. Congratulations on your contest win! :D

  2. Thanks so much! Did you look at the details? I didn't put that in my blog post. Maybe I should have in case others don't want to click on the link...

  3. Hey, kudos on your win!!!!! That's a tremendously awesome feeling. Also - your sentence was pretty danged creepy! :-)
    Some Dark Romantic

  4. Oh! You looked at the article! Yay!! Thanks for the congrats!
    and did you see how many places I won? Just asking...


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